Events and Exhibitions
Upcoming Events and Exhibitions
An event that might be of interest to members, organised by former Redeye volunteer Shirazee Ahmed.
Whilst Azee was living and working on a development project for the duration of 3 months in Nepal, looking into water safety and hygiene, the series People of Kapseri was created. Living in the district of Makwunpur in a village called Kapseri situated slightly on the outskirts of Hetauda, Kapseri is populated with the cast of Tamang, each portrait which was taken of each individual shows the essence of life in Nepal, showing the agriculture of the villagers.
Past Events and Exhibitions
The event will consist of a morning of presentations by a group of expert reviewers on key features of portfolio and professional development. During the afternoon there will be opportunities for one to one portfolio advice and reviews from 3 reviewers for 20 minutes each. This event is perfect for emerging practitioners, students and artists and will provide valuable advice and reviews from leading practitioners, curators and commissioners. Speakers and reviewers include Anthony Luvera, Liz Hingley, Niall Mcdiarmid, Sebah Chaudhry and Skinder Hundal.
Arpita Shah is a photographic artist and educator based in Edinburgh, Scotland. She works between photography and film, exploring the fields where culture and identity meet. As an India-born artist, Shah spent an earlier part of her life living between India, Ireland and the Middle East before settling in the UK.
A new collection of contemporary landscape photography opens at Argentea Gallery on 2 November. Out of the Woods of Thought is a fascinating exploration of the natural world through a series of highly atmospheric works by some of the UK’s most exciting landscape photographers.
Noises in the Blood is an exhibition of works by photographer Lúa Ribeira, inspired by contemporary Jamaican dancehall ritual.
The Photography Show returns to the NEC for its fifth year, between 17-20 March 2018.
British artist Edmund Clark is Ikon’s artist-in-residence (2014–2018) at Europe’s only entirely therapeutic prison, HMP Grendon, in Buckinghamshire.
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.
Responding to a Landscape will explore, debate and review the evolving relationship between artists and photographers and the landscape. Hear from a number of perspectives, from acclaimed practitioners for which landscape is a recurring subject, a social and environmental concern, a research and archive practice and an essential departure. What does landscape and our natural world look like and mean to photographers and artists today?