Annual Lecture 2018 | Chrystel Lebas

Chrystel Lebas, Re-visiting Culbin Sands dunes Plate n°1248, Culbin, December 2013. 57°39.365’N 3°37.883’W
Chrystel Lebas, Re-visiting Culbin Sands dunes Plate n°1248, Culbin, December 2013. 57°39.365’N 3°37.883’W

We are pleased to announce that this year’s Annual Photographer’s Lecture will be delivered by Chrystel Lebas.

Date and Time: Friday 30 November, 6-7pm

Location: Hawthornden Lecture Theatre, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

Tickets: Free and unticketed

Chrystel Lebas is a French visual artist based in London who is best known for her photography and film works that explore and illuminate the often complex relationships between human beings and the natural world. Her work has been exhibited and published widely internationally and is held in major collections. Among them a major solo exhibition at Huis Marseille Museum for Photography Amsterdam (2016-17). The accompanying publication ‘Field Studies: Walking through Landscapes and Archives’ won the 2018 Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Book Award. Her work was also included in ‘The View From Here: Landscape Photography at the National Galleries of Scotland’ (2016-17) at the National Galleries of Scotland.

Chrystel Lebas was featured in the Winter 2017 edition of Studies in Photography an excerpt from which was featured online last month.

You can find more about the artist at www.chrystellebas.com.