Miniclick - Daniel Castro-Garcia

22 October 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. 

Daniel Castro-Garcia is a Sicily-based photographer and filmmaker. Concerned by the images coming from the Mediterranean Sea, he started the project Foreigner in May 2015, with the aim of contributing a more human response to the visual landscape that was defining the crisis. In 2017, Castro Garcia was named as the recipient of the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography, and received a Magnum Foundation Fund as well as the British Journal of Photography International Photography Award. This support has enabled the continuation of his ongoing multimedia project, I Peri N’Tera, which follows the lives of unaccompanied minors living in Sicily, Italy, and the impact of trauma endured by each individual.

Image: © Daniel Castro-Garcia.

Michael Pritchard
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