Monday, May 22 at 7pm CEST, the photographer Borut Peterlin will be at Fabrica for a talk open to the public.
Graduated at Prague’s FAMU Academy with a BA in photography (1994-98) and earned a Postgraduate Diploma at The London College of Printing (2002-03). In 2000 he received a scholarship at Fabrica and began working with Oliviero Toscani.
In recent years he is visiting workshops at George Eastman House where under mentorship of Mark Osterman and he’s learning the 19th Century photography techniques, with the emphasis on wet plate collodion.
He has exhibited worldwide, in venues such as Konica-Minolta Gallery, Tokyo; K2 Gallery – Izmir, Turkey; Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin; Host Gallery, London; Kaunas Photo Festival, Lithuania; Doland Museum, Shanghai; Photo Fringe Festival, Krakow; Arendt & Medernach, Luxembourgh, Museum of Contemporary Art, Ljubljana and many others.
Borut Peterlin’s talk is part of the “Archaism” residency program, curated by Carlos Casas.