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Urban Impulses from The Photographers’ Gallery




Latin American Photography From 1959 To 2016 is featured in this new exhibition from TPG, showing a diversity of approaches to photography in the global south.

Urban Impulses embraces half a century of Latin American photography through more than two hundred images selected from the extensive collection of Leticia and Stanislas Poniatowski. Featuring the work of over seventy photographers and artists, the exhibition includes well-known names such as Alberto Korda (1928-2001, Cuba), Graciela Iturbide (b.1942, Mexico) and Sergio Larrain (1931-2012, Chile), as well as lesser known and emerging practitioners such as Eduardo Longoni (b. 1973, Argentina) and Beatriz Jaramillo (b.1955, Colombia).

Offering a diversity of artistic approaches, from street documentary to collage, the show
traces a constellation of significant historical events that have marked the region: the Cuban
revolution, military dictatorships in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Paraguay, along with mass
social movements which, in still unconsolidated democracies, have given way to repression.
Daily resistance to oppression has been a part of the agenda of many artists in the
exhibition, and activism in both the artistic and political fields have been manifested in and
through the spaces of the urban street. Here a hybrid iconography emerges where
photography exists in tandem with other media of mass circulation such as graphics, photocopying and print media, often involving the marking, cutting and defacement of images
where the notion of appearance and disappearance exist in tandem.

The exhibition is curated into two distinct but complementary themes: Shouts and Pop-ular.
Shouts considers photography’s role not only in documenting identities and presences, but
also to explore absences: in the face of kidnappings and forced disappearances carried out
by authoritarian regimes, photography has been a weapon against silence. Public spaces and
the city walls have also played an important role: when pen and paper, laws and rights,
courts and judges have failed to obtain justice, the walls of the cities have taken on a life of
their own. And photographers have portrayed these walls, covered with the slogans and
cries of protest of those demanding political, social, and economic recognition, and reflecting
the anger and cynicism, the hopes and frustrations of the cities’ residents.

14th JUN – 6th OCT 2019

Visitor Information

Opening times: Mon – Sat, 10:00 - 18:00; Thu, 10:00 - 20:00; Sun, 11:00 - 18:00 Admission: ?5 / ?2.50 and then free from 17:00 daily.
Address: 16-18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW.

Website: thephotographersgallery.org.uk

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