Belfast Exposed

Exhibitions

16th Oct - 26th Oct

We Are One World

Belfast Exposed is delighted to present We Are One World, exhibiting the work selected from the One World Photography competi...

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21st Oct - 21st Dec

Eleven Voices (Magnum Residency – Antoine d’Agata)

Belfast Exposed is proud to present Eleven Voices, a two-week residency and photographic exhibition by Magnum photographer An...

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Community

27th Sep - 15th Nov

WALLonWALL Exhibition

WALLonWALL is a global photographic exhibition about walls that separate people worldwide photographed by award winning artis...

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10th May - 10th Aug

In Full Bloom Exhibition – Experiences

The showcase of work in the Arts Care In Full Bloom Exhibitions - Experiences, exhibiting in Belfast Exposed’s Studio Galle...

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Where are the people? Contemporary Photographs of Belfast, 2002 – 2010

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Author

Various

Publisher

Belfast Exposed Photography

Cost

£7.00

ISBN

978-095242417-0-2

About The Book

Over a decade has passed since the Good Friday Agreement was signed. While representing a time of significant change, the post-agreement period can also be characterised in terms of an experience of waiting- for a new kind of politics and new social and cultural arrangements to emerge.

During this time, a number of artists and photographers have sought to represent this ‘process of transition’ and the inherent tensions between stasis and change, particularly as they play out across the city of Belfast.

In Where are the people? Contemporary Photographs of Belfast, 2002 – 2010, six writers have been invited to reflect upon a series of photographic projects and to ‘think through’ different images from a number of viewpoints. The photographs are considered from sociological and political perspectives, in the context of photography history and the archive, and in relation to memory and subjectivity.

This book presents a series of reflections on the effects of peace on a city that has been, to a large extent, determined and defined through political conflict.