Join us online to hear Carolyn Mendelsohn discuss the work in Being Inbetween and join in the Q&A session afterwards.
Made over a period of 6 years, Being Inbetween is a series of powerful photographic portraits of girls aged between ten and twelve, exploring the complex transition between childhood and young adulthood. Driven by personal experience, award-winning photographer Carolyn Mendelsohn has worked collaboratively with 90 girls who are in the midst of navigating this complex period in their lives.
Carolyn will lead a presentation of the work in the exhibition via zoom, and will answer questions about the work as part of the live event.
Free event, donations welcome.
Booking essential via Eventbrite.
Part of our Feed Your Mind series of talks supported by The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art.
This online event is supported by an Art Fund Respond and Reimagine Grant, as part of our OPEN OUT programme. Art Fund’s Respond and Reimagine grants offer flexible and responsive funding to help museums adapt to the challenges of the Covid-19 crisis and reimagine future ways of working.
Images L-R: Top: Aaisha aged 11; Ruby, aged 11; Stephanie, aged 11
Bottom: Heavens, aged 10; Betsy, aged 11; Becca, aged 11
© Carolyn Mendelsohn
Being Inbetween by Carolyn Mendelsohn
Special exhibition price £24 + £3.95 p&p UK only (RRP £28).
Being Inbetween is a series of over 90 photographic portraits of girls aged between ten and twelve, exploring the complex transition between childhood and young adulthood. Featuring a forward by Zelda Cheatle and an essay by Anne McNeill.
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