Working with people who have experienced homelessness for over 15 years, Anthony Luvera uses photography as a tool for expression, self-determination and social activism. In a conversation with Sunil Shah, examples from several projects will be discussed which build community through collaboration and amplify voices of those socially excluded.
Wednesday 15. July 2020
Location : Zoom (sign up under to receive a link)
Read more about the Online Talk programme "Once Upon a Time... - an online program on protest and engagement in research based photography" here.
Anthony Luvera is a socially engaged artist, writer and educator who has collaborated with people who have experienced homelessness in cities and towns across the United Kingdom for over fifteen years. The long-term collaborative projects he creates with homeless people and other community groups have been exhibited widely in galleries, museums and public spaces, including Tate Liverpool, London Underground’s Art on the Underground, British Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Belfast Exposed Photography, The Gallery at Foyles, People’s Republic of Stokes Croft, Australian Centre for Photography, PhotoIreland, Malmö Fotobiennal, Goa International Photography Festival, and Les Recontres D’Arles Photographie. Anthony is Associate Professor of Photography in the Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities at Coventry University, and editor of Photography For Whom?, a periodical about socially engaged photography. His writing appears in a wide range of publications, including Source, Photoworks, Photography and Culture, and Photographies. He designs and facilitates public education programmes for the National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain, Royal Academy of Arts, The Photographers’ Gallery, Barbican Art Gallery, Magnum Photos, and community photography projects across the UK. luvera.com