Get inspired by the exhibition and share your own interpretation or modern recreations of August Sander’s photography to our facebook group
, tweet to @leicestermuseum
using #sandergram or upload to the Sandergram flickr
The best images will be selected for an exhibition at Leicester Peoples Photographic Gallery, in partnership with Leicester College, 18 March - 12 April 2013.
To provide inspiration for your Sandergram's we are posting a daily Sandergram from our our twitter and facebook channels.
We are selecting a August Sander work from the exhibition and posting a tweet and facebook post everyday at 10.30am. Follow us on twitter
Find out more about Sandergram and how to get involved visit the Sandergram webpage.
In Conversation: Gerd Sander
Friday 28th September
5.00pm – 7.00pm (Talk at 6.00pm)
New Walk Museum & Art Gallery
A special opportunity to preview the exhibition and hear a fascinating in conversation event between Gerd Sander, grandson of August Sander and curator of this exhibition with museum curator, Hugo Worthy discussing his grandfather’s work. Pre-booking essential to book your free place, call 0116 225 4900 or email email@example.com
Portrait Photography Post Sander
Anna Douglas In Conversation with Alan
6.00pm – 7.00pm
New Walk Museum & Art Gallery
New Walk Museum & Art Gallery is showing the most
comprehensive exhibition of August Sander’s work in England for more than a
decade. To explore his impact on photography Curator Anna Douglas and
Photographer Alan Duncan discuss his legacy.
‘Portrait Photography Post Sander’ will explore the
evolution of the portrait from the living room wall of August Sander’s subjects
to the art gallery via the paparazzi,
fashion and documentary.
For more details please call 0116 225 4900 or please book your place online.
Leicester Arts & Museums Learning and Leicester College, Creative Arts and Media Department and Photography have formed an exciting partnership enabling their students to be inspired and energised by the work of August Sander and consequently raise the profile of photography in the city.
Through research and enquiry building knowledge and depth, the students have allowed the influence of Sander to have a significant impact on their own pieces. There are many facets to the project that have led to the numerous outcomes; a lively discussion with Gerd Sander, working with contemporary artist Gareth McConnell, curatorial exhibition talks, design workshops and organising their own exhibition.
The students work is exhibited across the city throughout the duration of the August Sander exhibition and beyond, at specific external locations and through the use of digital technology in New Walk Museum & Art Gallery. A selection of Leicester College students work is shown on billboards and City Centre poster sites to mark the project during December 2012. Enabling the students to have the opportunity of a challenging and exciting range of formats in which to produce and showcase their work.
Find out more about the Sandergram and Leicester College project visit the Sandergram webpage
or visit www.leicestercollege.ac.uk/augustsander
With thanks for their support to the Learning projects:
John E Wright
Leicester Peoples Photographic Gallery
ARTIST ROOMS On Tour is an inspired partnership with the Art Fund - the fundraising charity for works of art, and the Scottish Government, making the ARTIST ROOMS collection of international contemporary art available to galleries throughout the UK.
ARTIST ROOMS is jointly owned by Tate and National Galleries of Scotland and was established through The d'Offay Donation in 2008, with the assistance of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, the Art Fund and the Scottish and British Governments. www.artfund.org/artistrooms
August Sander, Young Farmers (Jungbauern) 1914. ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland. Lent by Anthony d'Offay 2010.