Adam Broomberg and  Oliver Chanarin. Lecture


Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin are South-African born, London-based artists who together produce photographic
work that explores the documentary and ethnographic traditions of photography. They regularly teach workshops
and give master classes, as well as lecturing on the MA in Documentary Photography at LCC in London.

They are the recipients of numerous awards, including the Vic Odden Award from the Royal Photographic
Society and continue to works for a number of magazines including The Guardian Weekend and The Telegraph Magazine.

Broomberg and Chanarin have produced nine monographs to date, their most recent being War Primer 2 (2011),
published by MACK Books. The pair have exhibited within numerous group shows, including at Saatchi Gallery, London;
FOAM, Amsterdam; and at the Les Rencontres d’Arles, France. They have also had solo exhibitions at Paradise Row,
Dusseldorf and London (2012, 2011); Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg (2011); and at Photomonth, Krakow (2007).

Their work is represented in major public and private collections internationally, including at The National Portrait
Gallery, London; Victoria & Albert Museum, London, International Center of Photography, New York, Musee de l’Elysee,
Switzerland, the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and Saatchi Gallery, London. Between them, they also sit on the Board
of Trustees at Photoworks and The Photographers’ Gallery, London.