Events and Exhibitions


Past Events and Exhibitions

Saddleworth  © Matthew Murray
24 November 2017, 09:30 to 17:30

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? 

27 September 2017, 19:00 to 21:00
20 July 2017 to 26 August 2017

Argentea Gallery presents an exhibition of Iran born artist Samin Ahmadzadeh. 

22 February 2017, 18:00 to 20:00

Designed to take the fear out of networking, this event provides photographers and artists with the opportunity to talk about their work and make new connections, all in pain-free, 10-minute slots! 

16 January 2017 to 17 February 2017

International artist, Jessa Fairbrother will be hosting a solo exhibition, Armour studies (regarding skin) at the Vittoria Street Gallery opening on Monday 16th January until Friday 17th February 2017.

Atmospheric female headshot
12 January 2017 to 11 February 2017

Argentea Gallery presents ‘Fertile Ground’ the first of an annual exhibition that is intended to highlight Birmingham and the wider Midlands area as a place of abundant creative potential and production.

6 October 2016 to 6 January 2017

EAST MEETS WEST presents the work of 16 emerging artists working with moving image or photography. This exhibition includes works that represent the talent and ambition of artists in the Midlands today.

26 November 2016, 10:30 to 16:30

A daylong celebration of photographic projects that have never been seen before, followed by a closing talk from Vanley Burke, the 'Godfather of Black British photography'.

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.

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