Lagos Photo Festival 2018
Time Has Gone
Malala Andrialavidrazana » Emmanuelle Andrianjafy » Ismaïl Bahri » Sandra Brewster » Kwena Chokoe » Michele Pearson Clarke » CrazinisT » Emo de Medeiros » Adji Dieye » Mary Evans » Abosede George » Amanda Iheme » Alfredo Jaar » Cassandra Klos » Kitso Lynn Leliott » Kitso Lynn Lelliott » Amina Menia » Sethembile Msezane » Karl Ohiri » Olu Olatunde » Mathilde ter Heijne » Chibuke Uzoma » Charlotte Yonga »
Festival: – 2 Nov 2018
Sat 27 Oct 18:00
Nigeria . Lagos
"Time Has Gone", the 9th edition of LagosPhoto Festival, explores the configurations by which the past, the present and the future interact within the photographic medium. Time will be approached from different angles, highlighting matters of momentum, documentation and preservation, taking into consideration the intimacy of stories as well as the breadth of the concept itself.
LagosPhoto has invited four curators to investigate the diversity that time encompasses: Eva Barois De Caevel, Wunika Mukan, Charlotte Langhorst and Valentine Umansky. Their curatorial discourse unearths the non-linearity of time and the complexity of our experience to memory. The team chose to embrace polyphony as a way to bring out the subject’s intricacies, which are well reflected in the four curatorial texts accessible here.
Each year LagosPhoto Festival hosts a variety of workshops, panel discussions, artist talks and portfolio reviews. A detailed program will be available here very soon.
LagosPhoto is the first and only international arts festival of photography in Nigeria. The festival presents photography as it is embodied in the exploration of historical and contemporary issues, the promotion of social programmes, and the reclamation and engagement of public spaces in showcasing contemporary photography.