Belfast Exposed

Exhibitions

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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Community

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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Richard Mills

Studio Gallery

25th Apr 2023 to 29th Apr 2023

About The Exhibition

Celebrating the life and work of award-winning photojournalist Richard Mills.

Belfast Exposed is honoured to host a special exhibition in our Studio Gallery of work by the late Northern Irish photojournalist Richard Mills.

Working as a front-line photojournalist, Mills worked on assignments in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe, capturing the plight of people living in the shadow of conflict and civil unrest. Having started his career as a commercial photographer, Mills broke into news photography via the Irish News, before working as a freelance photographer with the Times. This work saw him capture many of the images of unrest, conflict and humanitarian disaster featured in this exhibition.

This exhibition will run from Tuesday 25th April to Saturday 29th April 2023 and will showcase some of Richard’s most outstanding work.

The Artists

Richard Mills

Artist Biography

Richard was born in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland and grew up in Belfast. He started working as a photographer at The Times newspaper in the year 2000. He worked as a front-line photojournalist in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Zimbabwe and he was awarded News Photographer of the Year at the What the Papers Say award in 2003.