Events and Exhibitions
The Northern Summer of Photography is compiled by Redeye and celebrates photographic activity happening over the North of England between April and September 2017.
States of America focuses on a generation of photographers that experimented with innovative approaches to documentary photography.
Upcoming Events and Exhibitions
How do you make a living from the work you really want to do? As part of our work to support contemporary creative and fine art photographers to deliver personal or self-generated projects as part of their broader careers, we are delighted to offer two short sessions at Beyond the Lens Festival 2017. The sessions explore different business models and give guidance on exhibiting and print sales.
Get informal advice on your career and work during 30-minute one-to-one sessions with experts in the industry. At this month's critique, we welcome guest panellists Dr Pippa Oldfield, Head of Programmes at Impressions Gallery, Bradford, and award-winning photographer Len Grant, alongside Redeye's Director Paul Herrmann.
Photographer and Redeye member Lisa Patricia invites you into her world of wrestling photography as she hosts an evening that looks at the story of two niche sports told in photographs. Speaking alongside Lisa will be Manchester-based professional photographer Richard Goulding who will present his project ‘Because of Judo’.
Responding to a Landscape will explore, debate and review the evolving relationship between artists and photographers and the landscape. Hear from a number of perspectives, from acclaimed practitioners for which landscape is a recurring subject, a social and environmental concern, a research and archive practice and an essential departure. What does landscape and our natural world look like and mean to photographers and artists today?
HIP Photography Festival is an annual event that celebrates physical art form and recognises the cultural importance photography holds.
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.
This February we're taking our Critique Surgeries to Walsall Art Gallery. Come and get informal advice on your career and work during 30-minute one-to-one sessions with experts in the industry. This month we welcome the artist and writer Anthony Luvera, Nicola Shipley from Grain, and Jennie Anderson of Argentea, alongside Redeye's Paul Herrmann.
In these technological times it’s good to take time out and try something a little slower and older. This is one of a series of two workshops giving an insight into, and hands-on experience of, more traditional printing methods. Tintypes were the first “instant” photographs and became popular in the mid to late 19th century since they were quick to make and cheap. Sometimes seen as the first snapshots, they encouraged a more informal photographic style.
Past Events and Exhibitions
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.
Photographer and Painter Christopher Bucklow will be talking about his photographic series Guest as well as his varied career in the art world over the last four decades.
Originally commissioned by Photofusion, London the exhibition juxtaposes two bodies of work from the 1970s, taken five years apart by Shirley Baker.
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.
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.