Join us for the launch of our student showcase Common Ground - and see new work by young London photographers responding to the shifting political and cultural climate they live in.
The artists in Common Ground take an autobiographical approach in their practice, exploring issues around sexual identity, communities and race.
This is our sixth annual student showcase, featuring artists aged 16 to 19 who have worked with Autograph and UAL Insights in our Album programme.
Album provides access to professional artists, curators and mentors, as well as Autograph's archive - supporting a new generation of photographers interrogating their own stories and identities.
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This is the sixth year of the Album programme - an outreach project by Autograph and University of the Arts London's Insights Programme.
Each year, Album offers young people from sixth form and further education colleges the opportunity to work with artists, photographers and curators to develop their practice and create new work. The programme is inspired by the notion of the family album, with its intimate, personal and revealing visual records
Based at London College of Communication, the students collaborated on assignments which introduced them to a range of photographic genres and techniques.
The 2020 Album showcase celebrates the students’ ambitious ideas as they create their own photographic narratives and find their place in contemporary practice.
Sumaiya Ahmed, Fatimah Al-Zahraa Zahmoul, Madalina Anghel, T’Shan Barnes, Khamin Black, Holly Chung, Leigha Cohen, Tonya Elizabeth James, Kimberley Lee, Shakyrah Lodge, Benedicte Lungwa-Loussi, Thomas Norris, Nasteh Othman, Luisa Petti, Greta Pozaricka, Elizabeth Seymour, Filip Skiba, Michelle Sliwowska, Greta Stepanyan, Genesis Tennison
Everyone is welcome at Autograph. You can expect a friendly and inclusive experience during your visit. Our building is accessible, with step-free access to all spaces. Accessible, unisex toilets are on all floors.
This event will be mainly standing, and will likely be crowded and noisy at times. Benches will be in the gallery for seating.
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Everyone is welcome to our exhibition openings. These events are popular, and we ask visitors to RSVP in advance to help manage numbers. You do not have to book a ticket to attend this event.
This opening will be in Gallery 1 on the ground floor. This is an informal event, you can arrive and leave at any time.
After the launch event, Common Ground will be open from 5 - 15 February 2020.
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This is a free event, and we ask attendees to book a free ticket (RSVP) in advance to manage numbers. You do not have to book a ticket to attend this event. At busy times, there may be a queue to get into the building or gallery spaces, this is to ensure the safety of our visitors and the artwork on display.
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Please note that photography and filming will take place at this event. Images from this event may be used by Autograph and external press for marketing and promotional use, including: printed and online publicity, social media, press releases, or other use.
Images, from top: 1) Benedicte Lungwa-Loussi, from Golden, 2019-20. 2) Fatimah Al-Zahraa Zahmoul, from The Regal Britarabasian Hybrid [detail], 2019-20. 3) Nasteh Othman, from Bond, 2019-20. 4) Entrance to Rivington Place, home of Autograph. Photograph by Zoë Maxwell.