Belfast Exposed


3rd Aug - 16th Sep

Portrait of Humanity Vol. 5

In partnership with the British Journal of PhotographyBelfast Exposed is delighted to be hosting the British Journal of P...

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1st Jun - 22nd Jul

Else Time | Ulster University MFA Photography Exhibition 2023

In this unique time that we find ourselves in, the things that once were so certain, are no longer so.Else Time is an 'ot...

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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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4th May - 20th May

Coronation Generation 2023

Bringing together young people from across communities for Coronation GenerationIn April 2023, Belfast Exposed worked wit...

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Artist Talk: Chad Alexander



16th February 2023




Belfast Exposed



About The Event

Join us for our latest Artist Talk, as Chad Alexander talks about his work currently on display on our Street View screen.

Alexander, a Belfast-based artist and lecturer in photography, uses his work to examine themes of conflict, equity and urban environments. Much of his work is grounded in the built environment of Belfast and how it interacts with the various communities that live in the city. For Street View, he has provided a series of complimentary images from two of his photographic projects, Entires and Bonfire Portraits.

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About the Artist

Chad Alexander is an artist and lecturer in Photography from Belfast. His practice is characterised by his home and revolves around themes of conflict, equity and urban environments. Alexander is interested in the frictions between place and identity and how they relate to one another. Within his work, he explores the effects that urban spaces and planning have upon the body and social contexts, especially within post-conflict and working-class environments.

Alexander’s work is exhibited internationally and his work has been exhibited at the Photo Ireland Festival in Dublin, Victoria Gallery and Museum in Liverpool, The Ulster Museum, Belfast and The Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast. His work is held in the collection of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland Assembly.