Events and Exhibitions
NOT PHOTOGRAPHY presents nine artists whose practices engage with the characteristics and materialities that shape what we know as the photographic image. Their interests extend beyond assumed representational limits of photography, exploring expanding relationships with sculpture, printmaking and performance.
Upcoming Events and Exhibitions
Get informal advice on your career or work during one to ones with experts in the industry. Redeye's Critique Surgeries are aimed at photographers or artists looking for advice and feedback on their work or practice. At this month's session, we welcome guest panellists Natasha Howes, and Bryan Beresford in addition to Redeye Director Paul Herrmann.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years, but it has! For our anniversary we will be marking this landmark year by inviting three photographers who spoke at Redeye’s first public lectures to return. It’s a chance to reflect on their photographic careers in parallel to Redeye’s lifespan. The third and final session in the series sees Paul Hill invite David Grinly.
Past Events and Exhibitions
A major new exhibition inspired by the cultural explosion of 1980s Madrid.
From the 10th June to the 3rd July 2017, The South Manchester Camera club will be exhibiting a body of work from 45 of its members.
Part of Didsbury Arts Festival Sefton Samuels will be in conversation with award-winning photojournalist Howard Barlow.
Daniel Meadows and Martin Parr are exhibiting the June Street Photographs from 1973 at the Church of Apostles in Manchester.
Eason Tsang Ka Wai uses photography and experimental media to create artworks on the theme of living in the modern city.
For over twenty years German photographer Michael Wolf has captured the hyperdensity of the city of Hong Kong through his large-scale photographs.
In partnership with the Manchester School of Art Redeye presents In Conversation With Daniel Meadows on the 15th June. This will be a rare opportunity to hear Daniel speak about his career and work ahead of his exhibition Separate and Together – bringing June Street to Miles Platting opening on the 16th March.
Who is it for?
A collective exhibition set up by the BA photography students of The Manchester College.
Curated by the iconic British photographer Martin Parr, Strange and Familiar considers how international photographers from the 1930s onwards have captured the social, cultural and political identity of the UK.