Redeye Events

3 October 2016, 09:00 to 22 February 2017, 16:00

Redeye presents our Autumn/Winter edition of DEVELOP - MAKE - CONNECT - SHOW, photography events to inspire, support and educate. 

News and Opportunities

The GRAIN Bursary is an award to a West Midlands based artist, curator or writer working in photography. The bursary can also support a group or collaborative approach.  The bursary offers a cash award of £1,500, mentoring and advocacy for a 12-month period.  

Redeye, the Photography Network will be working in partnership with Open Eye Gallery to deliver Culture Shifts, a new and exciting socially engaged photography programme. Working with 10 national and international photographers embedded in communities across 7 areas of Liverpool City Region it aims to support communities to explore their stories in a way that is meaningful to them.  

What's On


18 May 2016 to 11 December 2016

Black Chronicles showcases over forty photographs that present a unique snapshot of black lives and experiences in nineteenth and early twentieth-century Britain. Developed in collaboration with Autograph ABP, this intervention in three gallery spaces includes some of the earliest photographs in the Gallery’s Collection alongside recently rediscovered photographs from the Hulton Archive, a division of Getty Images.

24 June 2016 to 30 October 2016

Direct from the National Portrait Gallery, London, Vogue 100: A Century of Style is a major exhibition celebrating 100 years of cutting-edge fashion, beauty and portrait photography by British Vogue

Vogue 100: A Century of Style showcases the remarkable range of photography that has been commissioned by British Vogue since it was founded in 1916, with over 280 prints from the Condé Nast archive and international collections being brought together for the first time to tell the story of one of the most influential fashion magazines in the world.

2 September 2016 to 4 November 2016

Based between London and Los Angeles, Saboury uses her body as a research tool to explore the architectural contexts of domestic and urban space. With a background in neuroscience, her practice considers the physical and psychological impacts of space upon the body. Her work across a range of media including sculpture, video, photography and performance probes aspects of interior and exterior space that are usually overlooked, making works that are frequently playful and sometimes uncomfortable.

1 October 2016 to 29 October 2016

Seven Day Suit is a new collective exhibition, bringing together seven emerging photographers for the first time at Brighton Photo Biennial 2016. Responding to the festival's theme Beyond The Bias, the group will deliver an innovative exhibition of photographs and moving image, exploring the cultural phenomenon of the tracksuit.

5 October 2016 to 29 October 2016

Erwin Blumenfeld was a pioneering photographer born in Germany. He was best known for his fashion photography published in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar in the 1940s and 1950s. The exhibition explores how Blumenfeld’s Dadaist collages informed his experimental fashion photography. Featuring original black and white silver gelatin prints, collages, drawings and personal ephemera, this exhibition delves into the early beginnings of Blumenfeld’s pioneering technique.


19 August 2016, 17:00 to 31 October 2016, 17:00

KAUNAS PHOTO is the longest-running annual photo festival in the Baltic States focusing on emerging photographers, taking place every September in the second-largest Lithuanian town of Kaunas since 2004. The program of the festival includes traditional and open-space exhibitions, talks, photo nights, KAUNAS PHOTO STAR portfolio reviews and more.

15 September 2016, 09:00 to 30 October 2016, 17:00

BredaPhoto is a biannual international photo festival, which has been organised since 2003 in the city of Breda, The Netherlands. BredaPhoto is, as always, based on a social theme, and this year’s theme is YOU, celebrating the flexible and resourceful individual. More than fifty photographers, from The Netherlands and abroad, will show the creativity as well as the vulnerability of the self-sustaining person.

4 November 2016,
10:00 to 19:00

This day symposium will focus on Muybridge's work in Kingston, where he was born in 1830 and died in 1904 - he spent his final decade there and bequeathed his personal archive to the Kingston Museum. The morning session will explore the dimensions of Muybridge's distinctive relationship to Kingston, and the afternoon sessions will present new and original research - on Muybridge's work, its histories, and its multiple connections - by prominent artists, film-makers and scholars.

5 November 2016,
13:00 to 18:00

In this half-day symposium, speakers will explore contemporary photography through poetry, critical debate and art discourse to creatively examine the position of tactile, physical images taking up space in a tech-complex, claustrophobic world.

Confirmed Speakers:

9 November 2016,
09:30 to 16:30

Fieldwork Photography Symposium is a free one day event held at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston UK. It is made up of a series of talks by photographic practitioners on the this years theme of the urban image. The talks start at 9.30 and end at 4.30 with time for breaks, discussion, networking and lunch. The talks will take place in Greenbank Lecture Theatre on the main campus.

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