©all images: Phillip Toledano.
AFTER THE WORKSHOP: The projects realized during the workshop will be edited in a collective multimedia piece. Each participant’s project will be shown on this website after the workshop.
WHERE: Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York
DURATION: 7 days (mornings in class / afternoons of shooting)
✔ “Early Bird” fee (enroll prior to April 24): €990 with double room accommodation included for 8 nights
✔ Regular fee (after April 24): €1.190 with double room accommodation included for 8 nights
- Participation fee includes accommodation in double room (single sex) for 8 nights inside the prestigious campus of Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. If you don’t need accommodation, you can pay for the workshop participation fee only (ask for a quote). The fee does not include travel costs or other expenses. Once enrollment is confirmed, PWNY staff will be available to help students find convenient flight fares.
- In order to confirm your participation to the workshop, an advanced payment is required. We will send all the information via e-mail after you fill the form at the bottom of this page.
- ✔ The workshop is open to everyone: students, advanced amateurs or professional photographers, with no age/sex/nationality restrictions, are welcome. Enrollment is open until each class fills.
The maximum number of participants accepted is 12.
- ✔ The workshop is reserved to Spazio Labo’|Centro di fotografia’s 2017 members. The 2017 membership fee of 15€ can be submitted at the time of registration to the workshop.
- ✔ If you are a photographer under 26 years old, you can win a scholarship to participate in this workshop: the application deadline is March 31, 2017. More information about how to apply for the scholarship here.
- ✔ The workshop releases a certificate of participation at its end.
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- ✔ The language of the workshop is English. Good listening and speaking abilities are strongly recommended, please do not hesitate to contact us for any further information.
- ✔ Spazio Labo’ | Centro di fotografia’s staff will be present during the workshop.
- ✔ Technical equipment (camera, extra accessories and laptop) must be provided by each participant. Digital equipment is not obligatory, but it is recommended. Participants who wish to shoot with film will be able to do so, as long as they are aware of the times and costs necessary for the development of the film in laboratory, and of the costs relative to the scanning and digitizing of negatives. The staff will help participants with a list of laboratories.
Phillip Toledano is born in 1968 in London to a French Moroccan mother and an American father. He is one of the most well known conceptual artists working with photography today. After working in advertising, he made a shift to photography. His work ranges from the sociological to the political, to the deeply personal. It has been exhibited worldwide, including three major retrospectives, as well as being published in 7 monographs: Bankrupt (2005), Phonesex (2007), Days with my Father (2009), A new kind of beauty (2010), The Reluctant Father (2012), When I was six (2015) and Maybe (2015). Toledano does not believe that photography is always the answer, and consequently works across diverse mediums – video, photography, installation, and sculpture. For the last years, Phillip has taught photography at ICP in New York and been invited as guest lecturer at various international events. He lives and works in New York City.
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