Vincent Hasselbach is an anthropologist and curator working on and around photography and archival practices. His work often explores themes of time, memory, and the political imagination.

Recent projects include curating exhibitions at Peckham 24 (2022, 2021), Permanent/Temporary (London Design Festival 2022), Photobook Cafe (2022), Polycopies (2022), and Format International Festival of Photography (2021) amongst others; and convening the talks and public programmes for the 2021 and 2022 editions of Peckham 24, together with Iona Fergusson. He has taught workshops and delivered guest lectures for organisations such as The Photographers’ Gallery and GRAIN Projects; and regularly conducts portfolio reviews.

Vincent is a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at UCL, where his research focuses on the everyday lives and political imagination of photographic archives and the images they house. His research is funded by the London Arts and Humanities Partnership (AHRC). 

He is based between London and Dhaka.