Win! Neeta Madahar and Joanna Quinn at National Media Museum
Neeta Madahar is the 2008-09 Bradford Fellow in Photography. The Fellowship is a partnership between the National Media Museum, Bradford College and the Univeristy of Bradford which supports established photographers in the development of their professional practice. This exhibtion in Gallery One will feature a selection of the work she has produced during her tenure, showcasing her unique imagery that immerses the viewer in a dreamlike seduction, teasing out the innate strangeness in commonplace situations. Not only that but Neeta will also be one of the guest speakers at MediaFest09, earlier in the day.
Gallery Two features ‘Drawings that Move: The art of Joanna Quinn’, the first-ever retrospective of the work of Joanna Quinn who is widely acclaimed for her distinctive hand-drawn style and sharp witty observations of human character in her animated films. The exhibition brings together drawings from the last twenty-five years of her career and will be a massive treat for fans, old and new.
So if you would like the chance to win one of three pairs of tickets to the opening night of these fabulous exhibitions on 15th October please head on down to the comments box and tell us who is giving the keynote address at MediaFest09
NB: Please be sure to read our terms and conditions which you are deemed to have accepted by entering! Winners will be picked by random so why not give it a go! Closing date: 9th October 2009
If you aren’t one of our lucky winners why not check out the exhibitions anyway? They runs from 16th October to 21 February 2010 and entry is free. In the meantime if you fancy a sneaky peek behind the scenes then head over to the NMM blog and check out the great footage here and here of the making of Neeta and Joanna’s exhibition respectively.
Competition now closed – winners are Jon Ball, Joane Batty and Katherine Hall as picked randomly by random.org – keep an eye out for an email heading your way guys and congratulations!!
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