A selection of landscape photographs from 'A Topical Times for These Times' was featured on Monday 22nd August 2016 in the 'Cities' section of the Guardian Newspaper's website. It can be found here.
Ken Grant will be Connor Phillips guest on Radio City Talk radio on Tuesday 16th August 2016, from 5pm, talking about Photography and football.
Ken Grant will be signing copies of No Pain Whatsoever with Gosta Flemming at the Journal table for Cosmos Books/ Rencontres D'Arles on Thursday July 7th at 18.00hrs. On Friday July 8th RRB Publishing will launch A Topical Times for these Times: A Book of Liverpool Football at Cosmos Books/ Rencontres D'Arles at 17.00hrs.
Ken Grant will be one of the speakers at Photobook Bristol at Southbank Social Club, Dean Lane, Bristol 10-13 June 2016, where the book A Topical Time for These Times will be launched.
Ken Grant will exhibit work from No pain whatsoever as part of the Dali International Photo Festival, China in August 2015 http://www.dipephoto.com
One day in July near Cable Street Southport
14cm x 20cm
Edition of 200
Ken GrantShankly Two
14cm x 20cm
Edition of 200
Shankly One, published by
www.caferoyalbooks.com is now all sold.
Shankly Two is now available. Cafe Royal Books have two more Ken Grant publications due for release in July and August 2015.
No pain whatsoever has been awarded a prize at the Swedish Book Art awards 2015. The jury's motivation- ”Quiet and respectful depiction of British working class. Good layout without disturbing pagination. The layout of the images on the pages is harmonious, the images are brilliant reproduced thanks of high class in the whole chain from photography to prepress to printing. Splendid book bindery. A classical photo book when it is as best.”
14cm x 20cm
Edition of 200
The March 2015 issue of the British Journal Photography includes folios and interviews with Ken Grant, George Georgiou, Alec Soth and Raymond Depardon.
A review of Ken Grant's recent books was included in the Autumn 2014 issue of Source Magazine (Issue Number 80), written by David Evans.
Ken Grant will be exhibiting work from the series Flock at Hereford College of Art, as part of Hereford Photomonth, opening at 6pm on Friday 24th October 2014. A one-day symposium will take place on 20th November 2014 at Hereford College of Art and include a discussion between cultural historian Simon Denison and Ken Grant.
Ken Grant will make a short presentation about photography and the book as part of the Photobook Club Series at Belfast Exposed Gallery, Belfast on Wednesday October 8th at 6pm.
Ken Grant will be on the panel at the Oxford Photography Festival event Shooting local on Friday 3rd October 2014
Work from No pain whatsoever will be screened as part of the Backlight Festival Screening at Tampere on 6th September 2014
Ken Grant's 'No pain whatsoever' was launched at Landskrona Fotofestival in Landskrona, Sweden on 23 August 2014
No pain whatsoever is now being stocked by:
Claire de Rouen Books, London. In Tokyo it is available at Book of Days. In Italy it is now available at Micamera , Milan. In Norway, it can be found at Tronsmo, Oslo. It's also available at Kominek Gallery, Berlin and www.5uhr30.com ,Koln. In France, it's stocked by Ludilivre Photo Books, Fontainebleau. In addition to existing UK stockists, it can also be found at www.rrbphotobooks.com, Bristol and www.beyondwords.co.uk,Edinburgh. It can be found in Portugal at www.photobookcorner.comLisbon.
Flock was featured is The Sunday Times Magazine's Spectrum section on Sunday 3rd August 2014.
The book No pain whatsoever has been written about by British Journal of Photography deputy editor Diane Smyth for Photomonitor. It was also Observer Photography Book of the Month for May 2014 and reviewed by Sean O'Hagan.
Ken Grant will be doing a talk about his work at 3rd Floor Gallery on Friday 18th July at 6.30. Contact the gallery for seat reservations -space is limited.
No pain whatsoever is now being stocked by Claire de Rouen Books, LondonBook of Days, Tokyo
Kominek Gallery, Berlin
Ludilivre Photo Books, Fontainebleau;www.rrbphotobooks.com
UK; www.5uhr30.com (Germany)www.photobookcorner.com (Portugal)
Ken Grant will be introducing the Saturday morning session (7th June) at Bristol's first Photobook festival . The event will be held at the Southbank Club, Bristol, BS3 6th-8th June 2014.
The book No pain whatsoever (Journal) will be available shortly from a number of outlets in Europe. In London, it will be stocked by Foyles. In Paris, at Le Bal and Le Plac’Art Photo. In Brussels, at Hors Format. In Berlin, it will be found at Swedish Photography , 25 Books and Only Photography. It will also be available through web outlets, including photo bookstore.co.uk , ascenseurvegetal.com (France), cafelehmitz-photobooks.com (Germany), konstigbooks.com and nevabooks.com (Sweden).
No pain whatsoever
Format: 84 pages, hardback
ISBN : 978-91-981253-5-1
James Hyman Gallery, London, will exhibit work by Ken Grant and Jon Tonks 4th-18th March 2014
Ken Grant's series Flock will be published as a book by Artist Photo Books (APB), Dublin, in April 2014.
Format: 96 pages, hardback
ISBN : 978-0-9927485-2-4
available April 2014
Format: 84 pages, hardback
Publisher: Liverpool John Moores Archives
Photographs by Keith Medley, Curated for an exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool by Ken Grant & Mark Durden
Dimensions: 140 x 195 x 18mm
Available here in an edition of 500
Book Signings at Rencontres D'Arles: Ken Grant will be signing Copies of No Pain Whatsoever with Journal at Cosmos Books Arles, France on Thursday 7th July.
On Friday 8th July Ken Grant and Martin Parr will be at the RRB Publishing table at Cosmos Books/ Rencontres D'Arles to sign new publications. RRB will launch A Topical Times for These Times: A Book of Liverpool Football at 5pm
Saturday morning parade, Mere lane, Everton, 1990 and Church Parade for Gordon Horn, Kirkdale, 1989
Photographs to be exhibited at Beaconsfield Community Centre, St. Domingo Road, Everton Look Photography Festival
Ken Grant's interview with Benjamin Tree was published on American Suburb X web-site, 1st April 2013
Installation from Deda Gallery, Derby UK, part of the Format Festival www.formatfestival.com
Review of Format Festival, by Sean O'Hagen, published 10th March 2013 in The Observer.
Article 'Once upon a time in the North West', by Brian Viner, published Sunday 17th February 2013 in the Independent on Sunday Review.
Ken Grant will be signing books with Dewi Lewis Publishing at the Format Festival BookMarket on Friday 8th March at 1pm
A presentation of photographs made during the late 1980s and through the 1990s will be installed in the Beaconsfield Community Centre, St.Domingo Road, Everton, to coincide with the opening weekend of the Look Photography Festival 2013.
at Gwinzegal in Brittany, France. The exhibition runs between 23rd March and 26th May and includes work by Ken Grant, Remy Artiges, Dalila Ingold, Dorothea Lange, Andrew Lichtenstein, Carlos Javier Ortiz, Pierre Pedelmas, Andy Sewell, W. Eugene Smith and Anthony Suau.
An exhibition, celebrating the portrait work of the New Brighton (UK) photographer Keith Medley (1915-2004) and curated by Ken Grant and Mark Durden will open at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool on May 17th 2013, as part of the Look Photography Festival
Short Stories, Telling Stories and Histories.
On February 7th, 2013 at 1.30pm, at Caerleon Campus (Newport), Ken Grant will be in conversation with the author Niall Griffiths as part of the 2013 eCPR Spring Seminar series. Living in Aberystwyth, Niall Griffiths has published novels and short stories including Grits, Sheepshagger and Stump. Work has recently been completed on the film adaption of his novel Kelly & Victor and it will be distributed in 2013.
Recent work from The Birdhouse to be exhibited at 4th International Photography Festival at Yian Bian University Gallery, Yian-Ji, China, 19th-31st October 2012
Ken Grant, FAMU school of Film & Photography, Lazansky Palace, Smetanovo Nabrezi 2, Prague, Czech Republic
Wednesday, 16th May, 2012 19.00hrs. Lecture (open to public) (www.famu.cz/eng)
ParisPhoto 2011, vintage work exhibited with James Hyman Gallery (www.JamesHymanGallery.com)