Stéphane Cojot-Goldberg was trained in film at the Louis Lumiere School in Paris and went on to work in Hollywood mostly doing visual effects and creating artwork on the side. In 2005 he received his MBA from Columbia University and went on to learn about finance and economics working in London. In 2013, he released his first photo book called Mapless, around the world in 800 days. At the same time he started working full time on his art and creative work.
In his most recent book, Abstract Atlas of the World, Cojot-Goldberg creates an aesthetic and sensual approach to geography. Inspired by his favorite painters, from Rothko to Pollock to Nicolas de Staël and Zao Wou-Ki, he choose to show abstract landscapes, grouped according to visual categories that allow to travel freely on six continents.
Join Cojot-Goldberg for a conversation on 'when to take a sabbatical' and his work in abstract photography. Journalist, collectors, art fans... all welcome.
The £10 admission also includes a welcome drink.