Events and Exhibitions

A woman dressed in horse riding outfit with a whip, looking directly at the camera, against a yellow background with white stars
17 January 2024 to 12 May 2024

Shy Burhan's acclaimed 'Women in Uniform' photo exhibition is 'coming home' to Bradford's Cartwright Hall Art Gallery for the first time!

Venues

Past Events and Exhibitions

20 November 2015 to 3 February 2016

From the 1840s, scientists were using photography to record and measure phenomena which lay beyond human vision. The beauty of these early images and the revolutionary techniques developed for scientific study, shaped the history of photography and heavily influenced modern and contemporary art photographers.

29 May 2015 to 29 August 2015

A major exhibition of photographs, made in hundreds of locations across the UK over the last fifteen years, will be exhibited at Impressions Gallery this summer. Selected from The Caravan Gallery’s huge archive of images, extra{ordinary} offers an insight into the reality and surreality of everyday life in 21st century Britain.

20 March 2015 to 21 June 2015

The Royal Photographic Society was founded in 1853. Its collection is now held at the National Media Museum as part of the National Photography Collection. With over 250000 images, 8000 items of photographic equipment and 31000 books, periodicals and documents, it’s one of the most comprehensive photographic collections in the world. This exhibition brings together a selection of key pieces from the collection.

18 February 2015 to 16 May 2015

Realism in Rawiya presents the work of Rawiya, the first all female photographic collective to emerge from the Middle East. With a specific focus on gender and identity, the exhibition presents a thoughtful view of a region in flux, balancing its contradictions while reflecting on social and political issues and stereotypes.

21 March 2015, 12:30 to 16:30

*Please note whilst there are places available to attend Hothouse Bradford, applications to present are now closed. If you are interested in attending the event, please register at the bottom of the page.*

Hothouse returns to Bradford in March for an afternoon of presentations from the region’s most promising new creative talent, alongside a hub of photographic activity, delivered in association with Impressions Gallery.

1 July 2014 to 27 September 2014

Set against the backdrop of the historic referendum on Scotland’s Independence, Beyond the Border brings together four Scottish photographers, each with a distinctive view of a nation in the midst of intense debate about its future.

This international première – a significant show of new Scottish photography – aims to challenge clichés and explore the country, its people and identity.

22 March 2014 to 29 June 2014

Featuring works drawn from the Tony Ray-Jones archive in the National Photography Collection, and rarely seen early black and white photographs by Martin Parr, this exhibition will explore the relationship between these two important photographers and their fascination with the English.

Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw as a disappearing way of life.

20 March 2014 to 14 June 2014

Evoking death, drama and identity, George Chakravarthi re-imagines thirteen characters in Shakespeare’s plays who met their ends through suicide. Marking the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, this is the first time Thirteen will be shown outside the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon.

31 January 2014 to 5 May 2014

Open for Business is the story of contemporary British manufacturing and industry told through the lens of nine Magnum photographers: Jonas Bendiksen, Stuart Franklin, Bruce Gilden, David Hurn, Peter Marlow, Martin Parr, Mark Power, Chris Steele-Perkins and Alessandra Sanguinetti.

They have photographed over 100 workplaces, from traditional, handmade crafts to modern, intelligent automation; from foundries and assembly lines to research laboratories and high tech cleanrooms, showing an economic sector of extraordinary resistance and diversity.

10 December 2013 to 8 March 2014

Photographs by Paul Reas 1972 to 2012: Paul Reas emerged from the new wave of British colour documentary of the mid-1980s. This is the international première of Reas’ first major retrospective, spanning 40 years from Thatcherite Britain to today’s recession.

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