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John Darwell exhibition and events

The new exhibition, Committed to Memory, celebrating the 25th anniversary of John Darwell's first show, is at Tullie House, Carlisle, until 1st July 2007.

Redeye Office Affected By Fire

Redeye's office in city centre Manchester has been affected by the major fire on Dale St (30th April 07). For safety reasons, we only have intermittent access to the office for the next 7 days, so please bear with us while we recover what we can of our files and equipment. Our phone line is now back on - 0845 456 0260, though if you have any problems getting through then please contact info@redeye.org.uk.

Do Not Refreeze

Do Not Refreeze – Photography Behind the Berlin Wall The Cornerhouse, Manchester until 17th June

This singular and sizeable exhibition showcases work by no fewer than nine East German photographers made when their homeland was part of the Eastern Bloc. The show is rich, diverse and highly recommended.

Don McPhee 1945 - 2007

We're very sad to report the death of Don McPhee, aged 61, on 26th March 2007, from cancer. A Guardian staff photographer in Manchester for 36 years, he was also very supportive of Redeye, and of the dozens of emerging photographers whom he helped and advised over the years. A full appreciation will appear here soon.

Top photography award announced

Lebanon born photographic artist Walid Raad, with his project The Atlas Group, a fifteen year documentation of the contemporary history of Lebanon, has won the £30,000 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 07. He was presented with the cheque at The Photographers' Gallery, London, on 21st March, by Nicholas Glass from Channel 4 News.

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