Join Ingrid Pollard, Carole Wright, and Roshini Kempadoo for a panel discussion, chaired by Joy Gregory, as part of Photo London on Wednesday 15 May 2024.

From Ingrid Pollard’s collages exploring the idealised male body to Carole Wright’s studies of community life in South London, the ground-breaking work made by black women photographers in the 1980s and 1990s has long been overlooked.

Joy Gregory, one of the period’s most influential photographic artists and the editor of Shining Lights, a new critical anthology on the era published by Mack, chairs a panel discussion on the communities, experiments, collaborations, and complexities that defined the decades with Ingrid Pollard, Carole Wright, and Roshini Kempadoo. The talk will be introduced by Baya Simons.

Ticket Price: Free with Photo London Ticket. Find out more on the Photo London website.