Creative Photography workshop with Rafal Milach
Join photographer and visual artist Rafal Milach for a 4 day creative masterclass in Beijing, in collaboration with Light Society
“A key focal point of my current artistic practice is the clash between non-heroic gestures and ostensibly neutral spaces, which are in fact set against a political background of current events. The oppressive nature of the areas I investigate is reflected in architecture, objects, and suitably formatted social structures. ”
- Rafal Milach
Aimed at photographers with a good understanding of photographic practice, the workshop will be lead by Rafal Milach through a daily program of discussions, reviews, group critiques, editing sessions, shooting sessions and the opportunity to learn amongst peers.
Using a variety of mediums to build a singular visual narrative, Rafal Milach will introduce the group to the experience of deconstructing mechanisms of classical photography, to encourage the group to find their own way of telling stories.
Through interactions with the urban space, researching and working with archives, participants will engage in project development process – from taking pictures to conceptualising the series.
Where & When
Beijing Light Society Art Centre, , Chaoyang District, Beijing
From 9 to 5pm
July 10th to July 14th 2019
The course will be taught in English, translator available for Chinese language.
¥15000 per participant
Selection and Requirements
The workshop is open to 12 applicants and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
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Rafal Milach is a visual artist, photographer, and author of photo books. His work focuses on topics related to the transformation in the former Eastern Block.
His award-winning photo books include The Winners, 7 Rooms, and The First March of Gentlemen. Rafal Milach has received scholarships from the Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage, Magnum Foundation, and European Cultural Foundation. Finalist of the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2018 and winner of the World Press Photo competition, he is Co-founder of the Sputnik Photos collective.
His works have been widely exhibited in Poland and worldwide, and can be found in the collections of the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, the ING Polish Art Foundation, Kiyosato, the Museum of Photographic Arts (Japan), and Brandts in Odense (Denmark).