Tim Clark is Editor in Chief and Director at 1000 Words, nominated in the Photography Magazine of the Year category at the Lucie Awards 2016. Previously Associate Curator at Media Space, The Science Museum in London, exhibitions he worked on included Julia Margaret Cameron: Influence and Intimacy (2015) and Gathered Leaves: Photographs by Alec Soth (2016), a major, mid-career touring retrospective. He has also curated exhibitions independently, most recently Peter Watkins: The Unforgetting at Webber Gallery (2017) and Rebecoming: The Other European Travellers at Flowers Gallery (2014), featuring Tereza Zelenkova, Virgilio Ferreira, Lucy Levene and Henrik Malmstrom. He has participated in conferences at The National Media Museum, The Library of Birmingham, Leipzig Museum of Contemporary Art, Germany and Musée de l’Elysée, Switzerland. His writing has appeared in FOAM, TIME Lightbox, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, Photoworks and The British Journal of Photography, as well as in exhibition catalogues and photobooks. Clark is a member of the academy of nominators for The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize, MACK First Book Award and has judged The Paul Huf Award, Sony World Photography Awards and Magnum Photos/Photo London Graduate Photographers Award. He is also a visiting lecturer at NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano.

 

Working as Curator of Photographs at the National Media Museum in Bradford and Media Space in London between 1983 and 2016, Greg Hobson has over 30 years experience in photography exhibition curation and collection development, across a range of venues and platforms nationally and internationally. He commissions, curates and delivers photography exhibition and publication projects that span the history of photography, with a particular focus on the work of contemporary practitioners. He has actively and visibly supported emerging talent and is known for his collaborative practice, working in partnership with other curators, galleries, museums, academic institutions and artists to grow and strengthen the projects he initiates and delivers. Recent exhibitions include Only in England – Tony Ray Jones and Martin Parr (2013), Stranger Than Fiction: Joan Fontcuberta (2014), Revelations: Experiments in Photography (2015), and William Henry Fox Talbot: Dawn of the Photograph (2016), all for Media Space, London. Since August 2016 Greg has been working as a freelance photography curator. Current and recent projects include curating People, Places and Things: Photographs from the W. W. Winter Archive for FORMAT International Photography Festival 2017, working with artist Mat Collishaw on Thresholds, a VR reconstruction of William Henry Fox Talbot’s 1839 exhibition of photogenic drawings for the Birmingham meeting of the British Association (which premiered at Photo London in May 2017) and curating an exhibition examining British landscape photography with the Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, opening in September 2017.

8—24 Sept 2017

 

 

Tim Clark is Editor in Chief and Director at 1000 Words, nominated in the Photography Magazine of the Year category at the Lucie Awards 2016. Previously Associate Curator at Media Space, The Science Museum in London, exhibitions he worked on included Julia Margaret Cameron: Influence and Intimacy (2015) and Gathered Leaves: Photographs by Alec Soth (2016), a major, mid-career touring retrospective. He has also curated exhibitions independently, most recently Peter Watkins: The Unforgetting at Webber Gallery (2017) and Rebecoming: The Other European Travellers at Flowers Gallery (2014), featuring Tereza Zelenkova, Virgilio Ferreira, Lucy Levene and Henrik Malmstrom. He has participated in conferences at The National Media Museum, The Library of Birmingham, Leipzig Museum of Contemporary Art, Germany and Musée de l’Elysée, Switzerland. His writing has appeared in FOAM, TIME Lightbox, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, Photoworks and The British Journal of Photography, as well as in exhibition catalogues and photobooks. Clark is a member of the academy of nominators for The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize, MACK First Book Award and has judged The Paul Huf Award, Sony World Photography Awards and Magnum Photos/Photo London Graduate Photographers Award. He is also a visiting lecturer at NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano.

 

Working as Curator of Photographs at the National Media Museum in Bradford and Media Space in London between 1983 and 2016, Greg Hobson has over 30 years experience in photography exhibition curation and collection development, across a range of venues and platforms nationally and internationally. He commissions, curates and delivers photography exhibition and publication projects that span the history of photography, with a particular focus on the work of contemporary practitioners. He has actively and visibly supported emerging talent and is known for his collaborative practice, working in partnership with other curators, galleries, museums, academic institutions and artists to grow and strengthen the projects he initiates and delivers. Recent exhibitions include Only in England – Tony Ray Jones and Martin Parr (2013), Stranger Than Fiction: Joan Fontcuberta (2014), Revelations: Experiments in Photography (2015), and William Henry Fox Talbot: Dawn of the Photograph (2016), all for Media Space, London. Since August 2016 Greg has been working as a freelance photography curator. Current and recent projects include curating People, Places and Things: Photographs from the W. W. Winter Archive for FORMAT International Photography Festival 2017, working with artist Mat Collishaw on Thresholds, a VR reconstruction of William Henry Fox Talbot’s 1839 exhibition of photogenic drawings for the Birmingham meeting of the British Association (which premiered at Photo London in May 2017) and curating an exhibition examining British landscape photography with the Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, opening in September 2017.