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The Open Awards are open for everyone to enter and are a celebration of exquisite imagery. All finalists will be featured in the Awards book as well as being showcased in a 7-week public exhibition at One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, where over 50,000 people will see your work.
The position of the photographer as insider or outsider runs throughout discussion on representation and influences much photographic practice. CUPH is looking for submissions of photography taken on B&W negative that respond to the theme of the outsider to be exhibited in Brooklyn.
Martin Parr shows how the lives of Mancunians have changed but also reveals how there is continuity in how we live our lives.
Through photography, film and audio, artist Kevin Crooks has been documenting a number of individuals and community groups situated in the port cities of Hull and Liverpool since 2017. Throughout the production of You’re Only Here for the Culture, Kevin has captured personal accounts from people who have been directly and indirectly impacted by the legacy of both European Capital of Culture in Liverpool and UK City of Culture in Hull, ten years apart. Kevin wanted to explore how in the short and long-term future these significant cultural events may alter and affect communities in these cities.
Arpita Shah's Nalini is an ongoing series of work that focuses on her mother, her grandmother and herself. It explores the intimacy between the three of them and how their histories, memories and physical bodies are entangled and connected to one another.
Loved&Lost is a documentary project by Manchester-based artist Simon Bray that invites participants to explore their experience of loss. Each participant is asked to find a photograph of themselves with their lost loved one. We return to the location of the original photograph to replicate the image and record an interview.
In a major new touring exhibition leading contemporary photographers join forces to present the multimedia project Sixteen, exploring the dreams, hopes and fears of 16-year olds across the UK.