This exhibition features work by four artists who all address, in different ways, the poignancy of continuing to exist when – and where – their existence is challenged.
Portraiture can offer up our most obvious features, but also tell us very little. The five artists selected for this exhibition address this ambiguity. Whether images of the self or others, the context for these photographs circumvents our sense of openness – we can only guess how much truth is in their gestures and gazes.
An exhibition eflecting on everyday life on land that has failed to or can no longer support its inhabitants.
Project Cleansweep surveys the landscape of chemical and biological weapons inthe British Isles and its continuing legacy, interrogating deliberate state and military encroachment into and appropriation of the landscape.
A new body of work based on a selection of images sourced from the artist's extensive personal archive.
This is the 159th edition, which makes it the longest-running exhibition of its kind in the world. Now run as an annual open submission competition, images were submitted from photographers worldwide and the finalists were selected by a panel of photographic professionals.
An imagines future, a future where drones are used as a means of surveillance for public facilities infrastructure.
This annual exhibition will launch the new photographic talent graduating from Belfast School of Art's Department of photography.
Designed to showcase the work of exceptional artists from around the world; offering them the opportunity to publish their photo-books
A cultural hub with a focus on photography. Featuring photo-books, zines, magazine and artist book dummies from around the world.