News and Opportunities
Posted 22 June 2021
A new exhibition which features a series of photographic portraits of girls ages between ten and twelve, exploring the complex transition between childhood and young adulthood. Made over a period of 6 years with many portraits never-before exhibited, this is most extensive exhibition of the travelling series to date.
At Impressions gallery from the 18th May - 24th July 2021
Posted 15 June 2021
Belfast Photo Festival is back running from the 3rd - 30th of June!
With a range of insightful and timely discussions which can be attended or viewed post event. As well as portfolio views and offline tours, this month will be packed with something for every artist.
Posted 10 October 2020
We were saddened to learn of the recent death of Paul Murphy. Paul was an early and hard-working supporter of Redeye, and an enthusiastic expressive photographer supported by his detailed understanding of photographic processes; all of which ran alongside his stellar career as a physicist. Here we publish appreciations from four other photographers: Thomas Joshua Cooper, Paul Hill, Mike Ware and Len Grant.
Posted 8 June 2020
Photography Graduate Support Scheme
Graduating in 2020 is a particular challenge in the face of lockdown and profound social change. Redeye is pleased to announce a significantly expanded support programme for all UK photography graduates. Elements include:
Posted 30 August 2019
Allie Crewe is one of the winners of Portrait of Britain 2019 with her entry, ‘Grace’ - a trans woman and medical student. Now in its fourth year, the competition is organised by the prestigious British Journal of Photography and JCDecaux and explores the diversity of people living in Britain and the way their narratives reflect its widely unstable political and social landscapes.
Redeye, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Market Buildings, Thomas St, Manchester M4 1EU, UK
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