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Yan Preston's exhibition China, Local and Global opens on 6th August 2008

After a year's close work with Leeds Museums and Leeds Chinese Community, a new photographic exhibition China, Local and Global opens at Leeds Central Library on 6th August 2008 and runs until 24th August. This is also part of the regional project China in Yorkshire. The exhibition features work produced by North West based photographer Yan Preston during the project, plus photos and other creative elements done by the community members.

More information: www.yanpreston.com; www.chinainyorkshire.org.uk\n

Relics and Regeneration, Exhibition, Leeds

Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane,Leeds City Centre. Leedsarts@trinity presentRELICS & REGENERATION To coincide with the regeneration of the Burton Arcades arts@trinity will be presenting a nostalgic exploration of the area surrounding Holy Trinity Church through the eyes of artists Andy Graham and Victoria Lucas.

The exhibition will feature photographic works by Andy Graham and a video installation by Victoria Lucas depicting the final days of the Burton Arcades as the last remaining tenants move out and the bulldozers move in.

Spots-of-Time Exhibition Extended

Due to its popularity the Henry Iddon's Spots-of-Time exhibition, the Lake District photographed at night has been extended to run until 31st August 2008.

'For those of us who love to roam the hills and fells of Lakeland, and whose understanding has been shaped and sharpened by the great poets and writers who made this place their home, I believe we now have a new inspiration to add. Henry Iddon’s photographs give us a new perspective, a new depth of perception, a new way of seeing. The, too, speak to the heart. They are worthy inheritors of a great tradition.'

an exhibition of Shared Humanity Chichester Cathedral

June 4th - 30th 07.15hrs - 19.00hrs

Fragments - Photography Degree show.

Stockport College, BA (hons) Documentary & Fine Art

This show looks at the diverse range of work ranging from portraiture to landscapes, from memories of family relationships to notions of power and cross cultural identities.
There is a mixture of documentary work but also conceptual installations that deal with more subjective matters with many different formats of work utilised; whilst some students work digitally manipulating their work there are also others shooting on large format and using pinhole techniques.

Redeye, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Market Buildings, Thomas St, Manchester M4 1EU, UK
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