Belfast Exposed

Exhibitions

2nd Nov - 22nd Dec

Jerwood / Photoworks Awards (continued)

The 'Jerwood/Photoworks Award' exhibition continues into Gallery 2, where you can see the work by Sam Laughlin. On display in...

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2nd Nov - 22nd Dec

Jerwood / Photoworks Awards

Belfast Exposed is delighted to present the second Jerwood / Photoworks Awards exhibition. Following our involvement as a tou...

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Community

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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1st Apr - 24th Apr

Living in the Moment

Living in the moment is a collaboration between Belfast Exposed and a group of tenants from Mullan Mews and Sydenham Court, t...

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Resolutions

Gallery 1

19th Jul 2013 to 9th Aug 2013

About The Exhibition

Digital technology has transformed our ability to create, send, store and manipulate photographs. This group exhibition will investigate digital technology’s impact on contemporary photographic practice and how a new understanding of the photograph can be achieved through looking at process.

This exhibition is the first in a new series of explorative projects by Belfast Exposed that investigate the exhibition-making process. Over five months Belfast Exposed volunteers have developed an exhibition through a series of workshops and sessions with the BX staff and invited independent curators.

Curatorial Team: Christopher Gallagher, Faye Hobson, Fergus Jordan, Ryan Leathem, Ciara O’Halloran, Carole Phillips, Alison Steers, Simon Walker and Trevor Wilson.

The Artists

Events

Artists Talk

19th July | 2pm | Belfast Exposed

Free Admission
Discussion: Volunteering in the Arts Sector

24th July | 2pm | Belfast Exposed

Free Admission
Curators Talk

27th July | 2pm | Belfast Exposed

Free Admission
Photo Book Club

1st August | 6pm | Belfast Exposed

Free Admission

Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements: This exhibition is supported through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation