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On the occasion of the fifth edition of Photo London, the city’s foremost photography show, The Geffrye Museum and Francesca Maffeo Gallery are delighted to present a contemporary photography exhibition by acclaimed photographer Laura Pannack.

To celebrate the exhibition we will be hosting a breakfast reception followed by a panel discussion on Friday 17th May at 10am with Curator & Writer, David Campany and Laura Pannack , moderated by Art Business Consultant, Linda Tori.

Exhibition Dates| 17-19th May 2019

Breakfast Reception & Panel Discussion | Friday 17th May 2019 | 10.00 am

RSVP | Please rsvp via the link below to secure your seat at our Breakfast Reception & Panel Discussion

Venue Details

The Geffrye, Museum of the Home | 136 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8EA

Located in the beautiful Georgian Room


 

Laura Pannack: Youth exhibits works from Pannack’s diverse practice, presenting new works from her ongoing weekly blog Image of the Week, which features a beautiful survey of her distinct portraiture and social documentary photographs.  Pannack’s blog will celebrate a decade of works on 10th May 2019, we are delighted to host this exhibition to mark the occasion.

In addition to this ‘Youth’ will also include works from her Youth Without Age and Separation series’.  Youth Without Age depicts the fragility of life in the Romanian landscape and the role of folklore in its culture, whilst Separation takes us through the myriad of emotions experienced by London-based couples who have been forced to contemplate separation as a result of Brexit. 


Laura Pannack is a London based, award winning photographer. Her work has been extensively exhibited and published worldwide, including at The National Portrait Gallery, Somerset House and the Royal Festival Hall in London. She has received much acclaim and won numerous awards, among which are the John Kobal Award, Juliet Margaret Cameron award, Prix de la photographie, World Press Photo and the Vic Odden award.

The exhibition is generously supported by Affinity