UK. 2020. London. West Middlesex University Hospital. Coronavirus pandemic. Acute Medical Unit where patients with severe symptoms or those unable to access ITU are taken. © Stuart Franklin / Magnum Photos

UK. 2020. London. West Middlesex University Hospital at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic. A&E Consultant Jasmine Cheema (in green) helps to stabilize a trauma patient with suspected COVID. © Stuart Franklin / Magnum Photos

UK. 2020 . London. West Middlesex University Hospital. Intensive Care Unit where 80% of the patients have COVID-19. Morning ward round with Head of ITU Dr Tim Peters. 15 of the 30 ICU bed are filled. © Stuart Franklin / Magnum Photos

UK. 2020. London. West Middlesex University Hospital. The Intensive Care Unit where the worst affected COVID-19 patients are all fighting for their lives on ventilators. © Stuart Franklin / Magnum Photos

Stuart Franklin
MPF Photochat Live

Martin Parr Foundation takes it’s series of Artist Talks online with MPF Photochat Live, continuing to bring you talks by world renowned photographers digitally, until we are able to safely welcome visitors back into the Foundation gallery.

The first to deliver an MPF Photochat Live event will be Magnum Photos’ Stuart Franklin, the photographer behind the iconic ‘Tank Man’ image taken in Tiananmen Square, 1989.

Stuart Franklin will deliver a 30 minute talk on his latest work documenting the COVID-19 pandemic, recently published in The Sunday Times Magazine. Followed by an in-conversation with Martin Parr and questions from the audience.

You can submit your questions in advance via email to [email protected] or via the Zoom chat function live on the night.

Please pay what you can afford. Thank you for supporting the Foundation.

27.05.2020, 7pm BST

This event will take place via video-conference using Zoom and last approx. 60 minutes

You can access the talk using a computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone

You will be sent a link in advance via email to join the artist talk. This will be sent before 1pm BST on the day of the talk.

If you have not received your link by this time, please get in touch with [email protected]

£3 / £5 / £10

please pay what you can afford

Bookings close 27 MAY, 1PM BST

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