PhotoDemos Pamphlet Series
The PhotoDemos Collective have published their PhotoDemos Pamphlet Series. This pamphlet series aims to put a large number of images into conversation with a provocative short text. The complete Pamphlet series can be browsed on our Issuu page....
PhotoDemos Photobook Series
The PhotoDemos Collective have published their Photobook Series. This series of six photobooks by PhotoDemos Collective researchers address photographic practices in Greece, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, and South Asia. Designed by Gabriel...
ASAP discussion on Chris Pinney’s ‘Seven Theses on Photography’
ASAP, the online platform featuring critical perspectives on lens-based practices from South Asia, has published a response to Chris Pinney’s article ‘Seven Theses on Photography’ (published in the journal Thesis Eleven in 2012)....
Chris Pinney in conversation with artist Mridu Rai
In relation to the exhibition ‘How Do I Bring You Home?’ at the Royal Anthropological Institute, Chris Pinney participated in an online discussion with artist Mridu Rai (January 2022).
Chris Pinney presented at 2-day virtual symposium “Global Photography: Temporalities and Spatial Logics”
Chris Pinney took part in the 2-day virtual symposium “Global Photography: Temporalities and Spatial Logics”, hosted by University of New Mexico Art Museum, The School of Art and Design, and The Krannert Art Museum at the University...
Chris Pinney on ‘Contingency, Futurity, Ethics’ at the University of Hyderabad
Chris Pinney presented at the University of Hyderabad in December 2020, in the context of the UoH History Webinar Series.
Chris Pinney gave the Dasturzada Dr Jal Pavry Memorial Lecture (Oxford)
Chris Pinney gave the Dasturzada Dr Jal Pavry Memorial Lecture at the Art of Independence Conference, held at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford on 12 October 2018.
Lecture and exhibition: Chris Pinney at the 2017 Tbilisi Photo Festival
Photography in the Margins: The Material History of an Indian Studio
Public lecture and exhibition by Christopher Pinney (Tbilisi, September 2017)
Chris Pinney on ‘Digital Cows: Flesh and Code’ at ‘Photo-Objects’ symposium in Florence
Chris Pinney presented a paper at the conference ‘Photo-Objects. On the Materiality of Photographs and Photo-Archives in the Humanities and Sciences’ held at Kunsthistorisches Institut Florenz, February 15 – 17, 2017. This...