Events and Exhibitions
Upcoming Events and Exhibitions
Commissioning for Change Lab with LOOK/17
In partnership with LOOK/17 Festival, Redeye presents a daylong event on improving the commissioning process and building better relationships between commissioners and photographers.
Early career photographers work with communities, businesses and individuals who are affecting change in Liverpool.
Past Events and Exhibitions
Co-curated by Lou Stoppard and Adam Murray, North explores the way the region is depicted, constructed and celebrated in select photographs, artworks and fashion collections. The show brings together collective visions of the North, unpicking the tropes and themes that appear regularly in design and media and takes into account the rich cultural history of the region.
In partnership with Open Eye Gallery, Redeye presents photographic artist Vesta Hex, as she shares a body of research that explores the ways we consider, create and consume photography in the UK compared with Japan.
Open Eye Gallery invite you to the launch of their 40th Birthday Year.
Open Eye Gallery will present a group exhibition of new photography enabled by the first national Jerwood/Photoworks Awards.
An ideas lab inviting writers and photographers to think collaboratively about their practice.
CBS proudly presents Trust Jesus by Gideon Vass. An exhibition that brings together video works that use worship as the meeting point.
Photographer Simon Bray and painter Tom Musgrove discuss their new collaborative project, The Edges of These Isles.
Come and join Redeye in a discussion (over a drink) about meaning in photography. It aims to be an informal and enjoyable evening with a serious purpose. It links to Open Eye’s current exhibition Open 2: Pieces of You - six photographers who share a curiosity in exploring how we gather and make meaning of our experiences.
Jordan Baseman, Deadness, 2013. Still courtesy the artist and Matt’s Gallery, London
Edgar Martins attempts to understand our relationship to death and photography’s role in this process through a variety of images. Jordan Baseman’s exhibition of memorial images sits within a long tradition of photography being used by families to remember their loved ones after they have passed.