We would like to inform you that the exhibition of Boško Bunuševac "Story from the Field: Wolves Belgrade", scheduled for Thursday, December 3, is postponed until further notice due to the current epidemiological situation. You will have the opportunity to see this exhibition as soon as the Hungarian Cultural Center (Collegium Hungaricum) is open again.
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Exclusively on Vizualizator - multiple World Press Photo winner, Adam Ferguson from Australia will be a speaker on the workshop.
Follow the link http://vizualizator.rs/en/online-workshops/ and you can ask questions on chat.
Adam Ferguson's work has largely explored conflict, with a focus on civilians caught amidst geopolitical forces. He has been the recipient of multiple awards from World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year International, American Photography, Photo District News, The Overseas Press Club of America, and Columbia University. Ferguson will discuss his journey as a photojournalist to portrait photographer, exploring authorship and his story-telling practices.
Australian Embassy in Serbia supported this workshop.
What was gained by crossing 17th-century Flemish painting and photography? Another interesting online workshop brought to you by VISUALIZER on Wednesday, December 2 at 6 pm!
We invite you to participate in a workshop led by Jos Verhoogen and Carine Van Gerwen, organizers of the Lens op de Mens Photo Festival in the Belgian city of Pelt. Inspired by 17th century painting, they will teach you how to photographically recreate genre scenes and portraits of that time.
It will tell you about the principles of composition and language of the image, "capturing the right moment", finding adequate props, maneuvering with light and expressions, symbols, and even the final processing of images in Photoshop!
What can we learn from these images today and what are the symbols of our time? Visit http://vizualizator.rs/online-radionice/ at 6 pm and find out!
Watch the movie "Over the rainbow" by Tarra Fallaux on the following link.
Follow our link for online workshops at 6 pm today, 29th of November and learn about "Visual storytelling and human rights" from Koen Suidgeest.
The ability to elevate your personal photography from taking a pretty picture to one of a storytelling medium, is what differentiates the eager amateur from the professional. The latter will constantly be concerned with his/her relationship to the subject, which in turn will find its way to the physical position the image maker will claim in a particular situation. Any serious photographer will ask: what is my right to be here? And hopefully: what are the ethical boundaries of my visual representation of the people I am portraying?
In this talk, I will explore the importance of storytelling using photography as a means to promote human rights. Drawing from real life examples of my extensive work with people from LGBTQ+ communities globally, we will talk about positionality, representation, and ethics when making work that is created especially to promote equality and respect.
The workshop was supported by Embassy of the Netherlands in Serbia and in Montenegro.