Miniclick - Laia Abril

14 November 2019

18:30 - 21:00

RPS House
337 Paintworks
Bath Road

General AdmissionFree 
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Miniclick and The Royal Photographic Society are pleased to present a series of monthly photographer talks. Photographer Jack Latham is curating the July-December 2019 programme. 

Doors open at 1830 and talks start at 1900. Join us for drinks and chat before and afterwards. Admission is free but as space is limited we ask that you register for a place. 

Laia Abril is a photographer and multi-platform storyteller whose work relates to femininity. Abril's books include The Epilogue (2014), which documents the indirect victims of eating disorders, and A History of Misogyny: Chapter One: On Abortion (2018), about the repercussions of abortion controls in many different cultures. On Abortion won Photobook of the Year award at the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards. In 2018 she was awarded the Tim Hetherington Trust's Visionary Award to work on A History Of Misogyny, Chapter 2: On Rape Culture.

Image: © Laia Abril.

Michael Pritchard
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0117 316 4474

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