Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
Ebb and Flow is an audio-visual survey of the history and changes that have taken place within the oldest Chinese community in Europe, curated by Jill Carruthers.
Drawing from the rich selection of photographic prints preserved in the Open Eye Gallery Archive, the show looks at the physical and architectural transformations of Liverpool’s Chinatown, as well as documenting the establishment and development of the local Chinese community.
Open Eye Gallery presents, for the first time in the UK, the intense work of Sicilian photographer and photojournalist Letizia Battaglia (born 1935 in Palermo, Italy). Breaking the Code of Silence will guide the viewer along a journey into one of the darkest periods in post-war Italian history.
The exhibition focuses on the area of the Piers in New York City during the mid 1970s - while Matta-Clark was pursuing the idea that art could act as a catalyst for urban regeneration and land re-appropriation, Baltrop investigated the life at the margins.
Two years after his death, Open Eye Gallery pays tribute to the work of Liverpool-born photojournalist Tim Hetherington (1970 – 2011) in an exhibition of photography and film work.
The show is presented in collaboration with the Tim Hetherington Trust and Magnum Photos.
Open Eye Gallery presents an exclusive screening of 'Which Way is The Frontline From Here? The Times and Life of Tim Hetherington', followed by a Q&A with director Sebastian Junger and producer James Brabazon.
The event will take place at Camp and Furnace, 10th October, from 7pm.
You can book your ticket online using the event link, or by ringing the gallery on 0151 236 6768.
In collaboration with LOOK13, Liverpool International Photography Festival, Open Eye Gallery presents the work of Charles Fréger and Eva Stenram. The exhibitions are institutional premieres in the UK.
Both shows respond to this year’s festival title (WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?), approaching the notion of subjectivity and selfhood from different perspectives.
In collaboration with LOOK13, Liverpool International Photography Festival, Open Eye Gallery presents the work of Eva Stenram and Charles Fréger.
Free exhibition tour led by Open Eye's curatorial team, no booking required, just turn up.