Challenge 1 – Black & White 

Below are a collection of links to websites that will help you complete the first In Focus Photography Challenge 1 – Black and White

Nick Knight’s website

https://waddesdon.org.uk/whats-on/nick-knight-roses/
This exhibition of Nick Knight’s large-scale, painterly photographs displays the rose as an enduring symbol of beauty. (THIS CAN BE USED AS PART OF YOUR PART B FOR THE BRONZE ARTS AWARD)

Nick Knight on ShowStudios – SHOWstudio is an award-winning fashion website, founded and directed by Nick Knight, that has consistently pushed the boundaries of communicating fashion online.

Dazed Digital – The Best Photographers Working in Black & White

The Todd Webb Archive – A website devoted to Todd Webb, this site also has LOADS of exhibitions and collections of images.

Graciela Iturbide’s Website

Nobuyoshi Araki – A couple of sets of images on the Micheal Hoppen Gallery Website.

https://www.sfmoma.org/artist/nobuyoshi_araki/

Challenge 2 – Light & Shadow 

Below are a collection of links to websites that will help you complete the first In Focus Photography Challenge 2 – Light & Shadow

Vivian Maier – Wikipedia

Vivian Maier’s official webpage.

Finding Vivian Maier – Website for the film.

BJP – Online Exhibition of Vivian Maier’s Work (can be used for Part B)

A collection of online exhibitions of Hannah Starkey’s @ The Saachi Gallery (can be used for Part B)

The Guardian article on Hannah Starkey

Hannah Starkey – Tate Biography

An interview with Kathy Ryan

A collection of exhibitions and books from Kathy Ryan

Challenge 3 – Reflection 

Below are a collection of links to websites that will help you complete the first In Focus Photography Challenge 3 – Reflection

Howard Greenberg Gallery – Saul Leiter Exhibitions (Can be used in Part B)

Artsy.net – Article on Saul Leiter

artsy.net – 190 of Saul Leiter works

10 lessons we can learn from street photographer Saul Leiter

Tate – Naoya Hatakeyama

Biography of Naoya Hatakeyama – on The International Center of Photography

artsy.net – 36 Artworks by Naoya Hatakeyama

Rut Blees Luxemburg – Biography on the Royal College of Art

Images by Rut Blees Luxemburg

Interview with Rut Blees Luxemburg on Photoworks

British Journal of Photography Article on Rut Blees Luxemburg

lee-friedlanderfraenkelgallery.com

Biography of Lee Friedlander

Challenge 4 – Abstraction

Below are a collection of links to websites that will help you complete the first In Focus Photography Challenge 4 – Abstraction

jessicabackhaus.com – Jessica Backhaus’ home page

36 works by Jessica Backhaus

robertkleingallery.com – jessica-backhaus – Online exhibition can be used as Part B

Plastic Bag Landscapes – Vilde Rolfsen

vilderolfsen.com – Vilde Rolfsen homepage

mariangoodman.com – Gabriel Orozco

Gabriel Orozco’s Collection of works at White Cube Gallery – Can be used for Part B

Gabriel Orozco – Biography and Works

A Collection of Videos on Gabriel Orozco

Artist Inspiration Challenge – Sian Bonnell

Below are a collection of links to websites that will help you complete the first In Focus Artist Inspiration Challenge on Sian Bonnell.

https://www.photomonitor.co.uk/the-performer-emerges-in-the-work-of-sian-bonnell/

Sian Bonnell’s LAND2 members page, for more information on the LAND2 network go to – https://land2.leeds.ac.uk (this website also has exhibitions that can be used for ‘Part B’ of your Bronze Arts Award

Artist Profile – Francesca Woodman 

Below are a collection of links to help you find out more about the photographer, Francesca Woodman. You can use this as further reading for ‘Part C’ of the Bronze Arts Award.

Some of the links are to online exhibitions that can be used as evidence for ‘Part B’ of the Bronze Arts Award.

https://www.theartstory.org/artist/woodman-francesca/

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/aug/31/searching-for-the-real-francesca-woodman

Artist Profile – David Shrigley 

Below are a collection of links to help you find out more about the photographer, David Shrigley. You can use this as further reading for ‘Part C’ of the Bronze Arts Award.

Some of the links are to online exhibitions that can be used as evidence for ‘Part B’ of the Bronze Arts Award.

David Shrigley’s Website

David Shrigley’s profile on National Galleries Scotland – Including links to his wikipedia page.

David Shrigley – Artspace

A collection of exhibitions on the British Council’s Visual Arts site

The Guardian Artist Profile – David Shrigley

The Guardian Interview with David Shrigley

Other Artists that are similar to David Shrigley

Charles Burns

Jeremy Deller

Jonathan Monk

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