Beer O'clock Talk 

with Giulia Mangione

Friday 8th June from 6,30pm @Space Studios - FREE entry for Portfolio Reviews ticket holders 

 
 
 

According to the World Happiness Report, an international survey conducted every year by Columbia University and commissioned by the United Nations, Denmark is often ranked as the “happiest country in the world” (in both 2013 and 2016). While studying photography in Denmark in 2014, we had to work on a final project. Most of my classmates went to far away countries. I decided to stay to understand what made Denmark the happiest country in the world. I have been photographing from 2014-17.

  Giulia Mangione is a visual artist and social documentarist exploring identity, nationality and belonging through photography, film and writing.     After earning an MA in Comparative Literary Studies from Goldsmiths, University of London (2012), she studied Advanced Visual Storytelling at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Århus, Denmark (2014). Her journalistic work has been published internationally including Politiken (DK), Der Spiegel (DE), Süddeutsche Zeitung (DE), Information (DK), Vogue (IT), National Geographic (IT), Internazionale (IT), The Calvert Journal (UK), Port Magazine (UK), Katalog Journal of Photography and Video (DK), Repubblica (IT). In 2018 she was nominated among the Women Photographers to Watch by Lens Culture. Her first book was shortlisted at Kassel Dummy Award 2017 and nominated for Mack First Book Award. Halfway Mountain (2018, Journal) is her first photobook. She is currently based in Copenhagen and works in Scandinavia.

Giulia Mangione is a visual artist and social documentarist exploring identity, nationality and belonging through photography, film and writing. 

After earning an MA in Comparative Literary Studies from Goldsmiths, University of London (2012), she studied Advanced Visual Storytelling at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Århus, Denmark (2014). Her journalistic work has been published internationally including Politiken (DK), Der Spiegel (DE), Süddeutsche Zeitung (DE), Information (DK), Vogue (IT), National Geographic (IT), Internazionale (IT), The Calvert Journal (UK), Port Magazine (UK), Katalog Journal of Photography and Video (DK), Repubblica (IT). In 2018 she was nominated among the Women Photographers to Watch by Lens Culture. Her first book was shortlisted at Kassel Dummy Award 2017 and nominated for Mack First Book Award. Halfway Mountain (2018, Journal) is her first photobook. She is currently based in Copenhagen and works in Scandinavia.

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This ticket grants one entry to our Friday evening program which includes the Beer O'Clock Talk with Giulia Mangione and David Campany's talk 'Being With Photography'.

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