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Coming and Going:
Jim Goldberg in Conversation with Lou Stoppard
Institute of Contemporary Arts
A collage of low res photos showing memories, a slice of life

Artist and photographer Jim Goldberg will be in conversation with writer and curator Lou Stoppard to celebrate the launch of Coming and Going, Goldberg’s new monograph published by MACK. 

A remarkable work of autobiography, the book offers a fierce, vulnerable, and at times overwhelming account of a life and a search for the elusive universals of experience – an achievement that constitutes Goldberg’s masterwork.

Copies of the book will be available to purchase, and the conversation will be followed by a book signing.

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Jim Goldberg (b. 1953) has been exhibiting for over thirty years. He is known for his willingness to establish in-depth and long-term collaborations with marginalised social groups, resulting in critically acclaimed projects such as Rich and Poor (1977–85), Raised by Wolves (1985–95), Open See (2003–10) and Candy (2015–17). His work is in numerous private and public collections including MoMA, SFMOMA, Whitney Museum of Art, The Getty, and LACMA, among others. Among the many awards Goldberg has received are three National Endowment of the Arts Fellowships in Photography, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Henri Cartier-Bresson Award, and the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.

Lou Stoppard is a London-based writer and curator. She has written for Financial Times, Aperture, The New York Times and The New Yorker. She has curated a variety of exhibitions including: North: Fashioning Identity, an exploration of visual representations of the North of England, at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool and Somerset House, London; and The Hoodie, at Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, which looked at this much-debated garment. Her books include a survey of the work of street photographer Shirley Baker, published by MACK in 2019, Fashion Together, an exploration of collaboration, published by Rizzoli in 2017 and Pools, an exploration of swimming in photography, published by Rizzoli in 2020. Her next exhibition, opening at La MEP in February 2024, explores the links between the writing of Annie Ernaux and photography. A corresponding book will be published by MACK.
 
06:30 pm
Tue, 14 Nov 2023
Theatre

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