Belfast Exposed

Exhibitions

1st Dec - 25th Feb

Street View: Chad Alexander

From December 2022, Belfast Exposed is proud to be sharing a range of work by Chad Alexander via our Street View installation...

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9th Feb - 18th Mar

She / Her / Hers / Herself

In January 2023, Belfast Exposed presents an exhibition of new work by the socially engaged artist Anthony Luvera, She / Her ...

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Community

24th May - 25th May

Belfast Exposed Photography Academy Showcase 2022

Belfast Exposed is proud to present The Belfast Exposed Photography Academy Showcase 2022, an exhibition featuring work from ...

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14th Oct - 25th Nov

Looking Through Our Eyes

Belfast Exposed present a photographic exhibition exploring the theme of portraits by a group of individuals who have an acqu...

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Artist Talk: A Lightness of Touch (online)

Events

Date

1st July 2021

Time

6PM

Location

Online

Cost

Free

About The Event

Belfast Exposed invites you to an online Artist Talk with 3 recently graduated artists from the MFA Photography at Ulster University whose work features in our exhibition 'A Lightness of Touch'.

The Artist Talks will take place online on Thursday 1st July, from 6:00pm.

  • Claire French
  • Paul Greenfield
  • Martin Reynolds

This event will be held online via Zoom. You can book your free ticket through the Eventbrite link below, which will contain a link to join us on Zoom.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/160201227183

'A Lightness of Touch' is on display in Gallery 2 & Studio Gallery until Saturday 17th July.

"Supporting emerging talent is ever more important as we ease out of Lockdown and each and every of these MFA graduates demonstrates talent in their respective genres. Within the show, there is evidence of a very human approach that deals with topics that are considered challenging. The works are profound with a tenderness not often seen in group shows and the sensitivity embraces the audiences into new ways of seeing." - Deirdre Robb, Chief Executive, Belfast Exposed.

The exhibition touches upon relationships with family, community, and environments. After a year of global protests, isolation and illness, the exhibition stands boldly in the face of abuse, conflict, separation and delves into masculinity, sexuality and interaction with the landscape. It is political, socially engaging, and expresses a longing for connection, each work in a unique and personal way; all underpinned by a careful and thoughtful gaze.

Click here for more information & images of the exhibition.