An exhibition of Philip’s work has gone on show at Wrexham Museum Read more about the exhibition here The exhibition is on show until March 2, 2019 and admission is free.
March 2018 will mark ten years since the death of acclaimed Magnum photojournalist, Philip Jones Griffiths. His work stands as an irreplaceable document of the latter half of the 20th century, and he is best known for his landmark book, Vietnam Inc., which had a major impact on the public perception of the Vietnam War.
The Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation is proud to announce an exhibition by renowned photographer Philip Jones Griffiths to mark the tenth anniversary of his death, on 19th March 2008. The exhibition is presented by TJ Boulting and Trolley Books and in conjunction with Magnum Photos. PJGX presents photographs from the two important bodies of work
The Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation is proud to announce that in partnership with theprintspace, the winner and finalists of the Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation Award 2017 will have their work exhibited at Gallery 46 – Tickner Mclusky Bell & Young December 7-14. There will also be a selection of the 2016 winner’s work as well
Veterans for Peace and The Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation are proud to sponsor this collection of photographs of the American War in Vietnam by Philip Jones Griffiths. Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus Humanities Gallery 1 University Plaza Brooklyn, NY 11201-5372 1st – 24th March 2017 Hours: Monday-Friday 9 am to 6 pm Saturday/Sunday 10 am
The Philip Jones Griffiths Award is now open for entries! The award is for documentary photography and will be £10,000. The prize must be used to complete a body of work, regardless of what stage the project is in. The subject matter must be related to issues of social and political importance. Apply here
Winning the White House: From Press Prints to Selfies August 6 – September 11 Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday | 12:00 – 6:00 p.m. OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 | 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Presented by International Center of Photography Every presidential candidate constructs a public persona. From official portraits and campaign ads to selfies
‘Philip Jones Griffiths: Vietnam War Photographer’, a new documentary made by Rondo Media and JTV, in conjunction with S4C, will be broadcast on the 28th of February at 9pm. S4C is available on BBC iplayer and the documentary will be available to watch for a month after the original broadcast date.
The premiere of the new documentary ‘Philip Jones Griffiths: Vietnam War Photographer’ will be held at the Frontline Club, Paddington, London on the 16th of February 2016. Learn more and book your place here. Check back soon for more information about broadcast details!
On Saturday 7 November LENS 2015 will take place at The National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth. An essential photography festival that no-one with an interest in photography should miss, which will focus this year on Philip Jones Griffiths and his work. Amongst the speakers at the festival will be Martin Woollacott, former foreign correspondent, foreign