Katharine Cooper, Alice Browne
24 November, 2018
5 pm, Flatland Gallery, Amsterdam

On Saturday 24 November 5 pm South African photographer Katharine Cooper talks to Alice Browne, a young London based artist from the Royal Collage of Art. Browne will interview Cooper about her travels in the Near East, as well as about the artistic component in her documentary work and her work in Africa.
After the talks the new book of Cooper will be launched ‘Aleppo mon amour’, published by Arnaud Bizalion Éditeur, France 2018.
Saturday 24 November Flatland Gallery
5 pm: Word of welcome
5.05 pm: Interview Katharine Cooper by Alice Browne
6.00 pm: Book launch ‘Aleppo mon Amour’
Following the talk join us for drinks.
The event is part of Amsterdam Art Weekend. Please send us an email to make sure you are well seated at
Katharine Cooper is a South African portrait and social documentary photographer. In 2012 she was awarded the photography award from the Académie des Beaux-arts, Paris. Since 2015 Cooper has travelled to the Near East and became one of the few women photographers to cover the aftermath of the latest wars in Syria and Iraq. In 2016 she was amongst the first photojournalist to visit Palmyra, three days after its liberation from Islamic terrorists. The exhibition at Flatland examines how Cooper’s social and conflict photography can be interpreted as artist documentary combining an artist’s sensibility with a need to inform.
The exhibition runs from 10 November, 2018 – 19 January, 2019
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