Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
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.
Nothing compared to photography when it came to capturing the Industrial Revolution. As Britain’s society changed, techniques in photography developed, enabling workers to capture their own lives for the first time.
From urban woods to wildlife, Liza Dracup is inspired by the landscape and natural history of Britain.
Join Impressions Gallery for a field trip to Saltaire and learn more about night time photography at this practical evening workshop.
In Poetics of Light, more than 200 photographs and 40 cameras are brought together to tell the story of contemporary pinhole photography.
Britain in Focus: A Photographic History will open to coincide with the BBC Four television series of the same name, due to be aired in March 2017.
Mother River is an epic photographic odyssey along the entire Yangtze River.
Marking the twenty-year anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty from British rule, The Queen, The Chairman and I is a fascinating journey into the entwined histories of China and the UK, traced through the family history of photographer Kurt Tong.
An exhibition on William Henry Fox Talbot, polymath and pioneer of Victorian photography. See one of the world’s most comprehensive and important collections of his work.
Hong Kong based artist Kurt Tong will tell the stories behind The Queen, The Chairman and I and join in the question and answer session afterwards.