Photography on the Wall
Exploring the value of exhibiting and printing a photographer’s work in the digital age, and recognising the inherent changes to the physical and virtual ‘wall’, we asked how these physical spaces are still relevant in a digital world.
Key questions were raised on printing process, techniques and what to expect from a professional printing lab; the value of working with a gallery and establishing relationships; what makes photography valuable – limited editions vs open editions; and advice for early-career artists on and pricing work.
In case you missed it, listen to the full discussion below.
Mass is a collective of photographers documenting the built environment, hosting online talks, events and exhibitions that react to the evolving constructed landscape. Founded by photographers Henry Woide, Francesco Russo and Luca Piffaretti it was created as a space to socialise, share ideas and experiences between like-minded photographers.
Steve Macleod is an award winning Creative Director, photographer and Master Printer who has been at the forefront of photographic imaging for over twenty-five years, collaborating with a vast network of clients and developing new and innovative photographic printing practices. He is a Director at Metro Imaging in London. The company is one of Europe’s leading imaging companies offering a comprehensive solution for fine-art photographic exhibition and collecting markets; with a global reach working with individuals; commercial galleries and public institutions. He is a practicing artist, represented by Black Box Projects in the UK. He regularly exhibits and his works are held in both private and public institutions.
It was great to join Mass Collective’s programme, and we look forward to more discussions in the future (hopefully in person!).
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