Installation Image, An Ulaid - South Down Society of Modern Art, Belfast Exposed, 2015Installation Image, An Ulaid - South Down Society of Modern Art, Belfast Exposed, 2015Installation Image, An Ulaid - South Down Society of Modern Art, Belfast Exposed, 2015Found photo courtesy of Sabina Mac MahonSarah Leonard, 'The Geasa of Cúchulainn', 1929, tempera on canvas, 40 x 51.5 cm framed. Courtesy of the artist's estateIris McAragh, 'Finnbennach – The White Bull of Connaught', 1927, gouache on canvas, 35 x 28 cm. Courtesy of the artist's estateThomas Pettit, 'The Cattle Raid of Ragamna', 1929, oil on canvas on board, 51.5 x 42 cm (no frame). Courtesy of the artist's estate

Current Exhibition

An Ulaid - South Down Society of Modern Art

A research project by Sabina Mac Mahon - 16 January to 28 February 2015

Image courtesy of Christopher BarrImage courtesy of Christopher Barr

Belfast Exchange

Documenting Change

- 5 February to 28 February 2015

Peace People: Williams 1980s

Featured Archive Image


Belfast Exposed Photography is Northern Ireland’s principal gallery of contemporary photography, commissioning, publishing and showing work by local and international photographers. We undertake community engagement and photography projects across Northern Ireland in line with our socially engaged ethos of addressing exclusion, increasing access and creating opportunities for learning and training. Belfast Exposed also provides bespoke courses for individuals, schools and businesses.

Our Vision:
Create and inspire a culture of photography.

Our Mission:
To be the major centre for photography in Northern Ireland, promoting and encouraging excellence in the medium, enhancing the reputation of local photographers internationally, and bringing the best of world photography to the heart of Belfast.