Launching the international art calendar, London Art Fair is returning for its 30th anniversary edition. Alongside this, the fair continues to provide insight into the evolving international market through specially curated spaces Art Projects and Photo50, presenting innovative developments in contemporary art and photographic practice.
For the 2018 edition of Photo50, the exhibition ‘Resolution is not the point.’ has been curated by Hemera Collective , and reflects the concerns with which Hemera operates as a collaborative and evolving entity. As the first Photo50 curated by a collective, the exhibition will feature artists from nine countries, including several collectives working across continents; emphasising the rise of global collaboration within photography. This years edition will include works from:
Traces of Nitrate (Ignacio Acosta, Louise Purbrick, Xavier Ribas)
James Tylor and Laura Wills
‘Resolution is not the point.’ reflects the increasing desire to collaborate amongst artists as they push conceptual and technical boundaries of image-making, reaching beyond their own specialisms and drawing on the circulation of images, knowledge, and resources.
Genesis are once again delighted to support the fair, now celebrating its 30th year, as a sponsor of the curated photography exhibition Photo50.
Photo50: ‘Resolution is not the point.’
17-21 January 2018
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH
About Hemera Collective:
Hemera Collective is a curatorial group working internationally in photography and lens-based media that produces exhibitions and participatory programmes and draws from multiple disciplines
to encourage new perspectives and facilitate debate.