Come and join an open discussion with Redeye about meaning in photography, 24 May 2016 in Liverpool
News and Opportunities
White Cloth gallery would like to put out an open call for submissions; calling any keen, ambitious and talented photographers to put their best foot forward and submit their proposals for review by their board of trustees.
Serious performance art, portraiture, or just simply posing for the camera? What does is it mean to perform for the camera?
Photography has been used to capture performances since its invention – from the stars of the Victorian stage to the art happenings of the 1960s, and today’s trend for selfies.
The exhibition is a presentation of works from the Turner Prize winning Wolfgang Tillmans' series Neue Welt (New World) which were purchased for Glasgow Museums’ collection under the Art Fund International scheme (2007 -12).
A Stone’s Throw is a colloquial expression meaning ‘a short distance from’ and in this work, John Shinnick, a Manchester photographer, looks at the people who interact with the centre of Manchester: a metaphorical Stone’s Throw from the town hall steps. This fabulous cosmopolitan city has drawn people to it for generations and he set out to find some of these people and their reasons for connecting with the city.
South Manchester Camera Club's Annual Print Exhibition
The film Somewhere to Disappear stars Alec Soth, whose exhibition of photographs Gathered Leaves is showing at the National Media Museum until 26 June. This screening is chaired by Redeye's Paul Herrmann and includes a Q&A with special guests including the associate curator of Gathered Leaves, Tim Clark, and photographer and writer Aaron Schuman.
Over one busy weekend leading UK and international photographers will gather in Aberystwyth for a jam packed programme of talks, discussions, interviews, portfolio reviews and exhibitions for The Eye International Photography Festival.