Charlotte Jansen Presents: Parenting in a Climate Emergency – Andi Galdi Vinko in conversation with Alona Pardo

Saturday 18 May 2024
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Screening Room


Parenting, Photography and the Climate Emergency: Award-winning artist Andi Galdi Vinko (“Sorry I Disappeared I Gave Birth But Now I’m Back”) and collaborator HIN discuss their latest body of work, debuting at Photo London with Erika Deák Gallery, with curator Alona Pardo.

Ticket Price: Free with Photo London Ticket


Please note, tickets are free of charge to Photo London pass holders, and pre-registration is strongly advised to avoid disappointment. 


Andi Galdi Vinko

Andi Galdi Vinko, is an internationally acclaimed artist working in photography, based in Budapest. Her work draws visual analogies between intensely personal and intimate experiences of motherhood and womanhood and universal human experiences of coming of age, aging, loss, and the conflict between Western and Eastern European ideologies. Using both staged and documentary photography, Andi Galdi Vinko is a vivid visual storyteller who assembles her snapshots into unconventional and unexpected narratives, juxtapositions that are playful and humorous but also elicit pathos and absurdity, often published in the form of zines or editorials.







Alona Pardo

Alona Pardo is Head of Programmes at the Arts Council Collection, UK, and was until recently a curator at Barbican Art Gallery in London for 15 years. With a focus on photography and film, she has curated numerous exhibitions including most recently RE/SISTERS: A Lens on Gender and Ecology (2023); Noemie Goudal: Phoenix (2022) as part of Les Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles; Masculinities: Liberation through Photography (2020); Trevor Paglen: From Apple to Anomaly (2019); Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing (2018); Vanessa Winship: And Time Folds (2018); Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins (2018); Richard Mosse: Incoming (2017) and Strange and Familiar: Britain as seen by International Photographers (with Martin Parr; 2016). She has a particular interest in work that operates at the intersection of gender, social and environmental justice.