Louisiana Museum, Copenhagen

THE ELOQUENCE OF DIANE ARBUS AND THE WISDOM IN HER PHOTOGRAPHS The British author and critic Geoff Dyer, who is a great connoisseur of photography – and especially in the period when Diane Arbus worked – believes that one can rightly say that Arbus has added “new insight” to the world. Or, as he puts […]

5 x 15, London

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Mr B’s, Bath, UK

Geoff Dyer, award-winning author of four novels, and ten non-fiction books including Out of Sheer Rage, Yoga For People Who Can’t Be Bothered to Do It, and White Sands, talks to us about his new book The Last Days of Roger Federer; a blend of criticism, memoir and repartee forming something entirely new. For more […]

Sloane Crosley and Geoff Dyer in Conversation, Foyles, London

Sloane Crosley and Geoff Dyer come together in conversation at Foyles to talk about their latest books and the wit and wisdom that characterise both their work. Sloane Crosley has written three bestselling essay collections (I was Told There’d Be Cake, How Did You Get This Number, and Look Alive Out There), two of which […]

Geoff Dyer at the Edinburgh Festival

Described by Kathryn Schulz as ‘one of our greatest critics’, Geoff Dyer is a master of observation – and admirably unpredictable. He discusses The Last Days of Roger Federer, a meditation on how it feels when an ending is in sight. In a conversation with Chris Power, Dyer sets his own encounter with middle age […]

Adelaide Writers’ Festival, Australia

Geoff will be at the Adelaide Writers' Festival 2023, speaking about his book The Last Days of Roger Federer on March 8th - more information HERE - and on March 7th about Out of Sheer Rage, his book on D H Lawrence - more information HERE. For more information about other possible events visit the […]

Wheeler Centre, Melbourne, Australia

Geoff discusses ageing, endings and The Last Days of Roger Federer in this exclusive Melbourne event. For more information visit the Wheeler Centre website HERE.

Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

Geoff Dyer, one of the most interesting contemporary writers on photography, will join CCP Director Daniel Boetker-Smith in conversation. His new book See / Saw was released last year by Canongate, and will be available for sale (and signing). Dyer’s celebrated and widely read book The Ongoing Moment (2007) focused on the ways in which […]