Events and Exhibitions

A young boy laid on the sofa looking down and sad in an evening light
18 April 2024 to 29 June 2024

"Little Faces Big Feelings" is a poignant photographic collection documenting and highlighting the profound impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on children and young people worldwide. The project, spearheaded by documentary photographer Maria Reaney, brings together 16 artists from internationally diverse backgrounds to shed light on the social and emotional challenges faced by children during lockdowns and thereafter. On at the Library of Birmingham 18 April - 29 June 2024.


Black and white image of an elderly lady in a wheelchair holding up a photo of a baby close to her face
27 April 2024 to 31 January 2025

This April, acclaimed Bradfordian social documentary photographer Ian Beesley turns 70. He has spent the last 5 decades documenting life in the North of England. He had planned to retire this year. Instead, the appetite for his work is stronger than ever. So on April 27 a previously unseen selection of Beesley’s work selected from his archive of over 200,000 images goes on show at Salts Mill, Saltaire.


Upcoming Events and Exhibitions

A poster with text about the exhibition including black and white documentary images of people
28 June 2024 to 29 August 2024

SALFORD 77 is a documentary photography project focusing on everyday life in a changing urban environment in 1977. It aims to bring back memories of these parts of Salford and to show younger people the times their parents and grandparents grew up in.

Past Events and Exhibitions

A black and white image of framed family photographs on a table
7 March 2024 to 20 May 2024

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is pleased to present Miyuki Okuyama’s first UK solo exhibition, Japan, outside Japan. The show features Okuyama’s two recent works, Dear Japanese: Children of War (2012-17) and Michinoku Homeward: Walking towards the Northeast (2021).

A mother and her child in a bathtub together, mother looking down and child directly at camera
8 March 2024 to 19 May 2024

A bold, uncompromising and thought-provoking exhibition exploring an unfiltered and often unseen side of motherhood is now at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery.

Lāsma Poiša’s I Became A Mother will be showcased at the historic venue between 8 March and 19 May.

a tent next to a hut in the rural countryside
11 March 2024 to 30 April 2024

SixBySix presents: Lost in the Wilderness by Kalpesh Lathigra, exhibition currently showing at Ropes and Twines until 30 April, 2024.

black and white photo of a tree against a high rising river
2 March 2024 to 27 April 2024

To commemorate the Sheffield great Flood of 1864, The Photographer, Martyn Pearson has created two exhibitions of contemporary photography. The ‘Still-Life’ exhibition depicts artefacts relating to the flood. These exhibitions are part of the 160th year anniversary flood events across the city of Sheffield.

Dark night-time image of outside of a building with 'House of Fu' in neon lights as the photo on a white background with black text with info about the exhibition
24 April 2024

The Level 6 Photography (BA) course at Leeds Trinity University are hosting their photography exhibition 'More Than Human' at the Mary Holloway Theatre at the university, in April this year.

A blue and white cyanotype of a tree and archival text layered together
5 April 2024 to 19 April 2024

Almost Nothing But Blue Ground interrogates the Victorian fern craze, land ownership, capitalism, and the colonial project, through the lens of pioneering Victorian photographer and botanist Anna Atkins at FormaHQ by Tom Pope and Matthew Benington.

1 February 2024 to 29 February 2024

This exhibition contains portraits and stories from some of those with tales to tell of the fishing industry in Hull during the 1970’s.

A cream coloured poster with an image of a green plant and key info about the Spark Artists Network exhibition including dates and featuring artists
9 December 2023 to 13 January 2024

The SPARK Network exhibition 'SPARK: Artists' Interventions in a Time of Crisis' is an exhibition of a network of north-west artists concerned with intervention in the climate crisis, at Rogue Project Space, Manchester.

13 January 2024, 14:00 to 15:30

Our Come and Chat sessions are friendly, relaxed and welcoming spaces to show your work, chat with photographers about their work and business and help you feel reconnected and inspired!

yellow background with black and white text saying Manchester Art Fair with the dates and location Manchester Central
17 November 2023, 17:00 to 19 November 2023, 16:00

Manchester Art Fair blurs the boundaries between the traditional and the contemporary, creating a friendly and unpretentious Northern art-buying experience. Immerse yourself in art on 17-19 November 2023 at Manchester Central. 

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