Belfast Exposed Futures at Photo LondonGallery 2
18th May 2016 to 22nd May 2016
About The Exhibition
A Stone, A Leaf, An Unfound Door
As part of Photo London 2016, Belfast Exposed are taking part in Peckham 24 - a packed 24 hour programme of contemporary photography featuring exhibitions, talks, parties and tours taking place in the Peckham area during the festival.
For Peckham 24 Belfast Exposed presents an exhibition ‘a stone, a leaf, an unfound door’ by three Irish photographers who are currently participating in the Belfast Exposed Futures programme; Aisling McCoy, Yvette Monahan and Andrew Rankin, whose work explores the mythologies surrounding particular sites or landscapes.
There will be a private opening and tour at Copeland Gallery, Peckham on Tuesday 17 May at 18.30 withCiara Hickey, Curator of Belfast Exposed and artist Tom Lovelace, who will talk about his solo exhibition, Gardening, also part of the Copeland Gallery Photo London programme.
The official opening takes place on Friday 20th May with late opening parties in all participating spaces, 6pm to 9pm. A video art programme in The NINES Peckham will continue until midnight. A full list of all participating artists and galleries in Peckham 24 is available on the Photo London website.
Address: Copeland Park, 133 Copeland Road, Peckham, SE15 3SN, London
Belfast Exposed Futures was set up in 2015 as a programme dedicated to supporting new photographic talent in Ireland. It supports the development and presentation of new work by six early career artists a year in a series of solo shows and mentorship sessions. It promotes these artists on an international level by creating significant opportunities for the artists to build their careers. Last year we represented Belfast Exposed Futures artists at Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam and at Paris Photo in collaboration with Centre Culturel Irlandais. Participating artists include: Jill Quigley, Jan McCullough, Alberto Maserin, Joanne Mullin, Ruby Wallis, Peter Evers, Yvette Monahan, Andrew Rankin, Ciaran Og Arnold, Aisling McCoy.
The ArtistsAisling McCoy Yvette Monahan Andrew Rankin
Belfast Exposed Futures is generously supported by the Foyle Foundation, Arts Council Northern Ireland, The British Council and The Directory.