Open Exhibitions

The Golden Year's Group © Tony Mallon
18 December 2017 to 13 January 2018

Liverpool based photographic artist Tony Mallon has been working in collaboration with a group of women from Northwood in Kirkby, who are part of the Golden Years group. The project acts as a welcome return home for Tony, who grew up in the very area the women are based. Regardless of age, health or mobility a number of women from the Golden Years group are known for breaking down stereotypes of being an 'older resident'. As testimony to this, as volunteers, they recently took on a soon to be closed centre in Northwood to keep a community hub alive. More →

Photo: Key from the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum Collection
1 December 2017 to 11 February 2018

Photographer and anthropologist Liz Hingley is collaborating with Syrian individuals who have recently arrived in Coventry on a unique UN programme, to capture the remarkable welcome that the city and refugee centre provide.  More →

18 November 2017 to 21 January 2018

Saddleworth is the result of a five-year creative journey by Matthew Murray, fuelled by his desire to build an extraordinary and entirely new body of work. More →

Closing Soon

21 October 2017 to 17 December 2017

As its contribution to Tyneside’s Freedom City 2017, Side Gallery presents a focused exploration of key works by the great African American photographer Gordon Parks. More →

Takiyah Daly at her home, Andrew Jackson & Granby Four Streets CLT, 2017
5 October 2017 to 22 December 2017

Culture Shifts: Local presents collaboratively produced photography from eight socially engaged photography projects across Liverpool. The work demonstrates how photography as an art practice can be used to help communities define themselves, bridge cultural divides and communicate the vital issues of today. More →

Private Joseph Byers Private Andrew Evans Time unknown / 6.2.1915 Private George E. Collins 07:30 / 15.2.1915 Six Farm, Loker, West-Vlaanderen © Chloe Dewe Mathews
8 October 2017 to 30 December 2017

No Man’s Land offers rarely-seen female perspectives on the First World War, featuring images taken by women who worked as nurses, ambulance drivers, and official photographers, as well as contemporary artists directly inspired by the conflict.  More →

Redeye, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Market Buildings, Thomas St, Manchester M4 1EU, UK
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