Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
FORM is a new collective of seven artists working with photography and visual arts, based in Manchester, Birmingham, rural Yorkshire, London and Liverpool. New work by each collective member will be shown for the first time from September 29th 2018 at Brighton Photo Fringe. The collective came together as part of Redeye's Lightbox programme.
Join FORM in the Phoenix, Brighton on Sunday afternoon, 30 Sept, for a panel discussion with members of the collective and Paul Herrmann, director of Redeye.
Photgrapher Andrew Susich has spent the last five years documenting life in the San Francisco Bay Area and Manchester using a 35mm Leica M6 camera and Illford film.
Opening night - 12th April 2018
Enjoy complimentary cocktails starting at 7pm provided by Absolut. Framed images for sale as well as prints available to order in a variety of sizes. Music will be supplied by former Hacienda resident DJ Paulette.
Exhibition opening hours
Monday to Thursday 12pm — 12am
Friday and Saturday 12pm — 2am
Sunday 12pm — 11pm
Join us at this member-led event on the opening night of Guille Ibanez’ exhibition Tierra Santa at the Instituto Cervantes for a talk and discussion about the culture behind his photography of Spanish rituals and celebrations.
Please note this event is now sold out - advance booking is full
Millscapes is an exploration of Bailey Mill and Wellington Mill, two Saddleworth landmarks that have now vanished from the landscape. The exhibition is a mix of historic images from the Saddleworth Museum archives and those taken by photographer Andrew Marland in 2007 as the now derelict mills awaited their eventual destruction in the years to come.
HIP Photography Festival is an annual event that celebrates physical art form and recognises the cultural importance photography holds.
Join renowned architectural photographer and trainer Martine Hamilton Knight for a day learning about the benefits of using good photography to promote your work and practice.
Lee Price’s photography exhibition captures life at The House of Kings and Queens, a home belonging to a young transgender woman which has become a sanctuary for the LGBT community in Freetown, Hull’s sister city in Sierra Leone.
International artists’ work with moving image, taking a closer look at the ever-changing boundaries between land and sea.
The Travel Photographer of the Year winning photographers capture places and ways of life that most of us will never get to experience at first hand.