We are delighted to announce the appointment of Tim Clark as curator of the thirteenth edition of Photo50, our annual exhibition of contemporary photography.
Tim Clark is a curator, writer and editor. Since 2008 he has been Editor in Chief and Director at 1000 Words. He is presenting Who’s looking at the family, now?, an exhibition that will engage with some fundamental questions about family life, its dynamics and complexity, as represented through a group of contemporary photographers and artists working in the UK and internationally. 2019 will also mark 25 years since Val Williams’ seminal Who’s looking at the family? exhibition, which opened at the Barbican in 1994, offering the opportunity to consider changes to notions of the family and photography that have taken place during this time.
Photo50 is London Art Fair’s annual exhibition of contemporary photography, providing a critical forum for examining some of the most distinctive elements of current photographic practice. Guest curated every year, it highlights a timely theme in current photography and adds a space and context to the photography presented by galleries at the Fair. Read about 2018 Photo50: Resolution is not the point. Photo50 is supported by Photography Focus Day taking place on the Friday of the Fair with a programme of talks and tours led by practitioners and experts. Photo50 at London Art Fair is kindly supported by Genesis Imaging.