Past Events

Sunday 3 May 2020

Join Maja Daniels for a talk and film screening about her project Elf Dalia, which takes us through the myths and mysteries surrounding a remote valley in northern Sweden, spanning witchcraft, Old Norse, and an intriguing 19th Century photographer and inventor who lived there. 

With an exclusive extract from Maja Daniels’ film 'In my Head,’ a collaboration with sound artist Jonathan Maurice.

Thursday 23 April 2020

Join writer, editor and curator Lou Stoppard as she talks about the life and work of Shirley Baker, whose photographs document the rapid economic and social change of the 1950s onwards with a uniquely compassionate and humorous eye, spanning the UK, France, Japan, the US, and beyond. In partnership with Village Books.

Thursday 16 April 2020

Join us for a live tour of Alec Soth’s personal library, in which he reflects on how books have always influenced his way of thinking about photography, the books he is currently reading, and the types of books he is drawn to and collects.

Wednesday 1 April 2020

We are live from Paul Graham’s apartment in New York for an exclusive tour of his extensive (and colour coded!) book collection. Join us for reading inspiration, together with thoughts and musings from one of photography’s best-loved artists.

​Thursday 1 April 2020

Documenting the opening of Frank Gehry’s Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Gala presents an idiosyncratic ethnography of the revellers, posers, workers, and valets who move in the building’s orbit. Approaching the spectacle through its peripheries, Sekula offers a wry study of LA’s equivocal identity.  The film will only be available via MACK during the live transmission.


Thursday 26 March 2020

Jason Fulford walks us through the back-stories and hidden meanings of his brand new book, Picture Summer on Kodak Film. In this live visual presentation, Fulford guides us through an intimate flip-through of the book and speaks about the inspiration, asides and philosophical anecdotes behind his photographs. This unique lecture offers a playful and insightful parallel narrative to the book.