Photography, Architecture, Research

Annalisa Sonzogni in conversation with Charles Rice

16—16 jul 2013


We are pleased to welcome Annalisa Sonzogni and Charles Rice to the gallery.
Annalisa and Charles will discuss the importance that photography has in their research with our first exhibition for young photographers as a backdrop.

This talk is free and open to the public.

The event runs from 7:00 pm on Tuesday July 16th, 2013 at 51 Hoxton Square, London N1 6PB and will last for approximately an hour.

Our talks are open to everyone. We recommend arriving promptly as seating is limited.

Annalisa Sonzogni is an artist who works primarily in photography and film. She received a Masters in Photography from the Royal College of Art in 2008 and is currently a PhD researcher by project on a Faculty Scholarship Award with FADA (Art, Design and Architecture) at Kingston University researching in the field of Architecture with a specific interest in site-specific installation reflecting on Modernist estates in Britain within her photographic and film works.

Her work has been exhibited and published internationally, recent shows and screenings include: Stills Scotland’s Centre for Photography, Edinburgh; Careof DOCVA, Milan, Italy; Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany.

Currently she is working on a project at the Lilian Old Baylis School part of the Ethelred Council Estate in Lambeth – London, which is the central case study of her PhD.


Charles Rice is Professor of Architectural History and Theory and Head of the School of Art and Design History at Kingston University. His research considers questions of the interior across the arts. He is author of “The Emergence of the Interior: Architecture, Modernity, Domesticity” (2007). His research on the hotel atriums of John Portman has recently been published in “AA Files” (64) together with his photographs.