Over 20 photographers representing several generations of artists throughout the last 3 centuries, highlighting Georgia’s very rich and complex history of photography. The exhibition “In and Out of Reality” is divided in two volumes. Volume I covers the period starting from the end of 19th century – the debut of the history of photography in Read More
London, Rivington Place, EC2A 3BA
27 APRIL – 7 JULY 2018
Opening on April 26th, 6.30 – 8.30PM (please RSVP on their website)
In I Am Now You – Mother, Marcia Michael visualises the act of matrilineage through the body of her mother, Myrtle McKnight.
Michael uses photography and oral history to retrieve lost and Read More
Out of the Blue, 36 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG
Open Monday- Saturday 10am-5pm / Closed Sundays
Nevertheless, She Persisted
May 8th – 18th 2018
Open daily and free to all
The project was released online on March 8th 2018 to coincide with International Women’s Day and will now be Read More
The solo exhibition of new work by Clare Strand, titled The Discrete Channel with Noise, is featuring photography, painting, machinery and sound installation. The works on display are set in our time when the misinterpretation, mismanagement and misrepresentation of information – whether deliberate or accidental – has an ever-increasing and overwhelming effect on our everyday Read More
Switzerland’s 1816 ‘year without a summer’, which provided the backdrop for the conception of Frankenstein, was part of a three-year period of severe climate deterioration. Chloe Dewe Mathews returned to the glaciers 200 years later, and the resulting photographs explore the environmental and social issues of our time through the themes of Mary Shelley’s novel.
Where: Read More
In Jean Cocteau’s post war film Orphée (1950) there is a beguiling moment when the then modern day Orpheus, standing in front of a full length framed mirror in his room, slides his hand through his own reflection. This once hard glassy impermeable surface becomes viscoelastic, transmutes into liquid; the ragile portal through which Orpheus moves into a parallel Read More
There and not there
Curated by Sarah McAvera
Absence is the connecting quality of two otherwise very different artists, Victoria J Dean and Sharon Murphy. With a background in theatre, Murphy’s photographs have the aura of a stage set, with the landscape in some ways acting as a curtain, covering up the story behind. While some works Read More
Private view: Wednesday 14 February 6-8pm
15 February – 31 March 2018
Curated by Paola Ugolini, Women Look At Women explores feminine identity through the work of thirteen internationally renowned women artists. In this inaugural exhibition at Richard Saltoun’s new gallery in Dover Street, each of the works on show reflects a different aspect of the relationship Read More
Presented at 24 Jor Bagh, “Mutations – Indo French image encounters” is a large-scale contemporary exhibition that will showcase the works of 16 photographers from both France and India : Anouck Durand, Baptiste Rabichon, Charles Freger, François Burgun, Laetitia d’Aboville, Marion Gronier,Philippe Petremant, Thierry Fontaine and Yannick Cormier, Anshika Verma, Asmita Parelkar, Dhruv Malhotra, Indu Antony, Sohrab Read More
The retrospective devoted to the American photographer Susan Meiselas (b. 1948, Baltimore) brings together a selection of works from the 1970s to the present day.
A member of Magnum Photos since 1976, Susan Meiselas questions documentary practice. She became known through her work in conflict zones of Central America in the 1970s and 1980s Read More
Photoforum Pasquart presents:
CH–2502 Biel / Bienne
Adrian Sauer (January 28 – April 15)
Adrian Sauer (*1976, lives and works in Leipzig, DE) explores in his photographs the foundations of a medium which, since its beginnings, has seen changes like no other medium.
Dorothée Elisa Baumann (January 28 – April 15)
In her artistic practice, Dorothée Elisa Baumann (*1972, Read More
This collaborative programme led by Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) brings together five distinct art organisations across the UK, to show a diverse range of art works and new commissions from some of the most exciting female artists working in mainland China.
NOW explores how the diversity of current female artistic practice transcends notions of Read More
Thursday 8th February
5.30pm: Artist’s Talk, Free admission, seating limited.
6.30pm: Official Launch
8.00pm: Outdoor projection event
My Own Unknown, is an on-going series of work by Dublin-based photographer Dragana Jurišić. A very personal exhibition, the work addresses the complexities of exile, politics and betrayal together with family history. Organised into 5 chapters, the work opens out to explore important universal Read More
This exhibition showcases important materials from the archive of the late Jo Spence, British photographer, writer, and self-described ‘cultural sniper’, tracing links and collaborations in activist art, radical publications, community photography and phototherapy from the 1970s and 1980s. Consistent with Spence’s ethos of radical pedagogy, this exhibition focuses on her collaborative working methods. It opens Read More
Six contemporary art commissions highlight the progression towards equality through the stories of the women who have contributed to the spirit & history of Knole. Artists include Lubaina Himid, CJ Mahony, Lindsay Seers, Emiy Speed, Melanie Wilson, and Alice May Williams.
KNOLE HOUSE, SEVENOAKS, KENT, TN15 0RP
17 MAY – 14 NOVEMBER 2018
For more information Read More
Tribe is a collaborative exhibition of photography by mid-career professional artists. Their work is a narrative, addressing issues of family, history, love and loss. The artists are a group of women from all over the US.
Please see direct link for more information.
Exhibition Dates: January 25 – March 27, 2017
Location: Pen + Brush, 29 E. 22nd St., NYC
Press Preview: Thursday, January 25, 12–3 p.m.
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 25, 6–8 p.m.
Galerie im Körnerpark: 4 November 2018 – 21 January 2018
nGbK: 2 December 2017 – 21 January 2018
Closed on: 24/25 and 31 Dec as well as 1 Jan
Exhibition, Booklet, Events
Akinbode Akinbiyi, Maria Thereza Alves, Hasan Aksaygın & Aykan Safoğlu, Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro & Anaïs Héraud-Louisadat, Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz, Antye Greie aka AGF, Rajkamal Read More
Acclaimed photographer, Trish Morrissey brings two brand new bodies of work to the Hestercombe Gallery, inspired by the last female occupants of Hestercombe House, Miss Warre (1790-1872) and Mrs Portman (1854-1951) who both independently ran the Hestercombe estate.
Crossing the disciplines of performance and photography and playing with notions of fact/fiction and time/history Morrissey’s work creates Read More
Join us for our first major survey of artists’ films, performances for the camera, critical writing, podcasts and limited editions by women artists from over 30 countries featured in our Horsecross Arts collection of contemporary art since 2005.
Discover works reflecting the diverse artists’ interest in issues of memory and migration, dance and drama, films and Read More
No Man’s Land offers rarely-seen female perspectives on the First World War, featuring images taken by women who worked as nurses, ambulance drivers, and official photographers, as well as contemporary artists directly inspired by the conflict. Commemorating the First World War Centenary, No Man’s Land features photographs by three women of the epoch, alongside three women making work Read More
BRACHA invites you to the private view of an exhibition of photography and video art highlighting hereditary cancer
Curated by Tamar Arnon & Eli Zagury
Exhibition dates: 22nd – 26th September 2017
Rosenfeld Porcini gallery
37 Rathbone Street, London W1T 1NZ
Galllery opening hours:
10am – 6pm Sat: 11am – 6pm (free entry)
Sunday 24th September 2017 6pm – 9pm
The evening will include a presentation by BRACHA’s Read More
New perspectives on the border in Ireland
9 Sept – 22 Oct 2017
Thursday 14 September
5pm: Artist Kate Nolan ‘In Conversation’ with Stephanie McBride
6pm: Official launch of the exhibition
Gallery of Photography Ireland, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
London-based Estonian artist Maria Kapajeva’s largest solo exhibition thus far, entitled The Dream is Wonderful, Yet Unclear, is opening at Narva Art Residency.
As part of the Tallinn Photomonth programme, London-based Estonian artist Maria Kapajeva returns to Narva Art Residency with a solo exhibition studying the social legacy of Krenholm. For 150 years, Krenholm – the Read More
Brooklyn Museum, NY USA
APRIL 21–SEPTEMBER 17, 2017
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and Stephanie and Tim Ingrassia Gallery of Contemporary Art, 4th Floor
Focusing on the work of black women artists, We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 examines the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism. Read More
SOMNYAMA NGONYAMA, HAIL THE DARK LIONESS
In her first solo exhibition in London, South African visual activist Zanele Muholi (b 1972) presents her ongoing self-portrait series Somnyama Ngonyama.
In more than 60 photographs Muholi uses her body as a canvas to confront the politics of race and representation in the visual archive.
Taken primarily in Europe, North America Read More
Dis/Obedient Women Exhibition
curated by Sari Patnaik
in association with Art Night London 2017
in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery
Opening July 1 6-12pm
Kobi Nazrul Centre, 30 Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR
The Place is Here presents work by over twenty black artists and collectives working in 1980s Britain. Shown across the South London Gallery and Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, the exhibition spans painting, film, photography and archival material from this pivotal decade in British culture and politics.
The Place is Here evokes some of the Read More
Photography & the Archive Research Centre (PARC) at the London College of Communication invites you to the opening of The Other Observers: Women’s Photography in Britain – materials from the Val Williams Archive.
Curated by PARC Graduate Associates Ana Ascobar and Jacqui Taylor as part of the Moose on the Loose outreach programme.
Women in Photography the Read More
HEWING WITTARE present a 3 woman show with Chudamani Clowes, Rebecca Glover and Anna Liber Lewis entitled ‘Shapeshifting – tactics to combat drowning’ as part of the E17 Art Trial 2017.
Saturday, June 10 – 2pm
Reflecting on Charlotte Salomon
An Exhibition and Study Day at the Women’s Art Library organised by Goldsmith University of London
Study Day : 15.05.2017, 11.00-18.00
Special Collections Reading Room
The event is free of charge, but booking is required.
Special Collections Foyer
2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Charlotte Salomon (1917-1943), a German-Jewish artist who was killed Read More
Reid Gallery, The Glasgow School of Art, 4 March-27 April 2017 An exhibition of work by the feminist social documentary photographer
Franki Raffles (1955-94) was a feminist social documentary photographer. This exhibition Observing Women at Work presents a selection of photographs and material by Franki Raffles [1955-94] from three bodies of work, namely ‘Women Workers in the Read More
Karen Knorr – Europe and India
95 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002
For our third solo show of photographs by Karen Knorr, the gallery is presenting a selection of her constructed animal scenarios taken in both Europe and India. Shot between 2003 and 2016 in various European museums and stately homes and in Indian palaces and Read More
UNA Y OTRA (ONE AND ANOTHER)
Curator: Rodrigo Orrantia
Carrera 5 # 26C – 40
Opening: Saturday 22 April
This exhibition brings together the recent work of women artists who work with photography and video around the theme of identity and place. In the Read More
Gestures of Resistance aims to respond to our current general mood of political anxiety and alienation by opening up socio-political critique in order to resist the palpable feeling of disempowerment. Rather than accepting the non-choice of the neoliberal setup of Greece or current right-wing politics both in America and Europe, the artists of Gestures of Read More
Four Corners is delighted to invite you to the opening of The Partisan Coffee House exhibition, which tells the fascinating story of London’s first socialist coffee house, an ‘anti-espresso’ bar. Founded by social historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall in Soho 1958, the Partisan was the spiritual home of the New Left.
The exhibition Read More
ACCA is proud to present a major exhibition of newly commissioned work by Melbourne-based, English-born artist Claire Lambe. Encompassing sculpture, photography and theatrical mise-en-scène, Lambe creates intimate and intense psychological spaces in an ambitious attempt to describe the human condition in its cruel reality and horrifying glory.
Known for her strange and often abject Read More
ANNA FOX / MA FASHION / CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS
12 – 26 APRIL 2017
In January this year, MA Fashion commissioned acclaimed British photographer Anna Fox to document the building of the final year collections. Over a two-month period, Fox engaged in fieldwork that reveals the process of fashion design at close quarters; in Read More
Explore parallels between the work of French Surrealist Claude Cahun and Turner Prize-winning British artist Gillian Wearing, brought together for the first time in this new exhibition.
Though born seventy years apart, both artists share a fascination with the self-portrait and use the self-image, through the medium of photography, to explore themes around Read More
The Moon and a Smile
Greta Alfaro, Anna Fox, Astrid Kruse Jensen, Neeta Madahar & Melanie Rose, Sharon Morris, Sophy Rickett, Helen Sear, Patricia Ziad
4 March – 23 April 2017
The Moon and a Smile responds to a period in the 1840s and 1850s, when Swansea was at the centre of early experiments in photography worldwide. In Read More
Joy Gregory is one of the major artists to emerge from the Black British photography movement of the 1980s; a time when debates around the domain of representation were explored and challenged. Gregory’s work is influenced by a combination of race, history, gender and aesthetics; firmly rooted in concepts of ‘truth and beauty’.
Terrains of the Body:
Photography from the National Museum of Women in the Arts
Drawn from the National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, U.S.), this collection display showcases photography and video work by seventeen contemporary artists from around the world.
By turning their camera to women, including themselves, these artists embrace the female body as Read More
As part of the Oxford International Women’s Festival and International Women’s Day, new exhibition HATCHED 2017 will showcase work by local and global artists on the theme of women’s issues.
Exhibition: 22 February to 11 March 2017
at the North Wall Gallery, Oxford
Private View with Maga Esberg’s It (‘s a) girl!performance:
Friday 24th of February 6.30-8.30pm
Performance starts at 7pm.
Using Read More
Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change
January 27–May 7, 2017
Curators’ talk: February 8, 6:30–8:30pm
International Center of Photography
New York, New York 10012
The International Center of Photography (ICP), the world’s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture, kicks off 2017—its designated Read More
The Lure of the Archive
Falmouth University Photography Symposium
At the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea
4 March, 2017
10am – 5pm
To coincide with the launch of the exhibition The Moon and a Smile – eight new artist commissions responding to the photographs of the Dillwyn Llewelyn family in mid 19th century Swansea – Falmouth University hosts a Read More
Moose on the Loose 2017 Biennale of Research:
Exhibitions Talks Archives Films Publications Commissions Classes Book Launch Lectures Meetings Conversations Explorations Food
Moose 2017 includes exhibitions, a new film festival, book launch, LGBTQ+ zines, studio visits, workshops and demonstrations, plus the second iteration of Shadows –exploring the use of analogue photography by contemporary artists, and Read More
FIX Photo Festival 2017
12 – 21 May: Free Entry
FIX Photo Festival – An annual celebration of consummate photography in all its forms.
In this, the second year of the festival, FIX Photo is curated in response to the consequences of the dramatic political shifts of 2016. Exhibiting artists will issue a positive challenge to the Read More
In October 2016 a network camera was installed on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem looking east across the West Bank towards the Jordanian Mountains.
The camera is constructing images pixel by pixel, line by line from the top left to the bottom right hand corner of the frame so that each complete image represents just Read More
MUST SEE AT TATE BRITAIN
Painting with Light:
Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the Modern Age
11 May – 25 September 2016
This spring, Tate Britain will uncover the dynamic dialogue between British painters and photographers; from the birth of the modern medium to the blossoming of art photography. Spanning over 70 years, the exhibition will bring Read More
Juno Calypso and Felicity Hammond, winners of this year’s British Journal of Photography International Awards are exhibiting their work right now.
It is the second year that the gallery are hosting the awards, and the 10th year of the awards itself. Do hope you will be able to join us. The exhibition will be on until Read More
Gerry Badger, Lara Clifton, Julie Cook, Paul Davies, Dr Nerys Mathias meet to discuss issues related to the body and Julie Cooks exhibition – Sightlines: Public and Private (Lives). There will also be a special performance by Blanche Dubois.
Lunch and drinks included
There is a ticket line number and a box office number (Box Office is open only Read More