Belfast Exposed


5th Oct - 28th Oct

No Surrender: The Protestants

Belfast Exposed is thrilled to be exhibiting No Surrender: The Protestants, a body of archival work by internationally renown...

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5th Oct - 28th Oct

Not Surrendering

Belfast Exposed presents ‘Not Surrendering’ by Mariusz Śmiejek, an exhibition of images taken from Śmiejek’s forthcom...

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25th Sep - 7th Oct

Young People Behind the Lens

Over the summer, a group of young people from Start 360 explored the cityscape of Belfast. They found new ways to see the...

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21st May - 22nd May

Showing the faces of dementia with Alzheimer’s NI

Ahead of the Alzheimer’s Society Annual Conference 2019 (ASAC19), Belfast Exposed was commissioned by Alzheimer’s NI to w...

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Artist Talk & Book Launch: Together by Tuck Goh



8th December 2022




Belfast Exposed



About The Event

Belfast Exposed invites you to the Artist Talk & Book Launch of Tuck Goh’s recent publication ’Together’ - a poignant collection of images showing staff in the South Eastern Trust as they worked against the odds to treat and reassure patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Book your free ticket here.

About the Book

“This book [Together] reflects some of the stories and experiences of staff across the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a heartfelt and fitting tribute to all those who gave so much in caring for our patients, clients and families. Everyone played their part and came together - we had each other’s back during such challenging and difficult times - we will never forget. Thank you for all that you do every day” - Roisin Coulter, Chief Executive, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland

About the Artist

Tuck Goh is a Malaysian who graduated from the Queen’s University, Belfast in Medicine in 1985. He left medicine for several years to work in commercial photography. On returning to medicine, he continued to photograph, specialising mainly in weddings and portraiture. For the last few years, his interest has been in street photography, documenting ordinary urban life in a visually interesting style. Like medicine, street photography involves being interested in people. It requires attention to small details, little gestures and predicting human behaviour in order to help capture the 'decisive moment'. Tuck Goh continues to practice in Northern Ireland.