Photo Week 2012 – Voices of the South Atlantic with Adriana Groisman

Talk May 22, 2012 7:00 PM

Nearly eight years in the making, Voices of the South Atlantic is a major exhibition by Argentinian photographer Adriana Groisman, which marks the 30th Anniversary of the Falklands/Malvinas War.

Join us at the Frontline Club where Groisman will be speaking about her motivations for the project and her experiences whilst making the work.

Brief but bloody, the Falklands/Malvinas War remains a defining moment in the Falkland’s history as well as Britain’s and Argentina’s. To this day, sovereignty of the islands remains a contentious issue and tensions are mounting over the hunt for oil and gas in the Falkland’s waters.

An experienced photographer, Groisman‘s work has appeared in major publications around the globe, including The Smithsonian Magazine, Newsweek, The Atlantic, Aperture, Sette-Corriere della Sera in Italy and French GEO, and has been displayed at numerous galleries and festivals.

Moderated by Director of Autograph ABP Mark Sealy.

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The exhibition opens on 30 March at the Photofusion Gallery in London and will run until 25 May. It was made possible with support from Autograph ABP, Ffotogallery, Peninsula Arts, Arts Council England and Arts Council of Wales.