In Conversation with Mahtab Hussain
An evening in conversation with artist Mahtab Hussain and Tim Clark (1000 words) in partnership with New Art Gallery Walsall and GRAIN Photography Hub.
A new professional development programme in Manchester for artists, makers and photographers. Collaboratively developed and delivered by a-n, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester Craft & Design Centre and Redeye, the Photography Network.
News and Opportunities
Redeye is delighted to be returning with this year’s National Photography Symposium (NPS), its biennial event, this year held at the MediaCityUK base of the University of Salford. The Symposium will be held over three dynamic and engaging days, Thursday 1 to Saturday 3 November 2018.
Innovative and forward-looking, the programme of events will be richly curated, with over 20 influential people speaking.
Redeye is interested in hearing from anyone wishing to make a short contribution. Entitled The Future of Work in Photography, the symposium will be a chance for people working with or in photography to discuss current issues, trends, ideas, movements and campaigns to improve the industry.
Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is seeking an exceptional individual to lead the award-winning arts and digital culture agency. This is an extraordinary opportunity for the right candidate to take forward AND's innovative, ambitious and influential organisation as it approaches its tenth anniversary.
This major new exhibition on tour direct from the National Portrait Gallery brings together the works of four of the most celebrated figures in art photography, Lewis Carroll, Julia Margaret Cameron, Oscar Rejlander, and Clementina Hawarden.
This group show brings together for the first time the New Brighton pictures of internationally renowned British photographers Martin Parr, Ken Grant and Tom Wood.
There is nothing linear about femininity - or what it means to be a woman - in the 21st century. Sex and gender are not limited to the monolithic paradigm of genetics; they are informed by something intangible, and it this essence of the female paradox that makes Allie's work as relevant as it is important and sets her apart form others in her field.