Past Exhibition

Interactions

Various - 12 January to 18 February 2017

© Andrew Rankin

© Andrew Rankin

© Jan McCullough

© Jan McCullough

© Ciarán Óg Arnold

© Ciarán Óg Arnold

To celebrate the success of the second year of the Belfast Exposed Futures Programme and to launch the exciting new programme for 2017, Interactions brings together artists who have taken part in the scheme over the past two years. 

The exhibition explores the relationship between human presence and particular landscapes and spaces, both real and imagined, through photography and will present new work alongside previously exhibited pieces that have been reimagined in the context of a group exhibition.

Exhibiting Artists:

Ciaran Og Arnold
Peter Evers
Alberto Maserin
Aisling McCoy
Jan McCullough
Yvette Monahan
Joanne Mullin
Jill Quigley
Andrew Rankin
Ruby Wallis

 

Exhibition Events

Thursday 12 January 2017, 7pm to 9pm - Exhibition Preview

Friday 20 January 2017 - Portfolio Reviews at Belfast Exposed - click here to visit the event page for more information including application details

Thursday 2nd February - Artist Talks with several of the exhibiting artists discussing their practice, career, and journey with Belfast Exposed Futures.

Belfast Exposed Futures is 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 aims to promote these artists on an international level by creating significant opportunities for the artists to build their careers. Over the past two years the artists have exhibited internationally at Unseen Photo Fair (Amsterdam),  Centre Culturel Irlandais (Paris) as part of Paris Photo, at Peckham 24 as part of Photo London and Landskrona Foto View: Ireland (Sweden). In 2017 we are delighted to announce a new partnership and award with with Seen 15 Gallery, London and our participation in Peckham 24 as part of Photo London. During this exhibition we will also announce our new mentorship programme for emerging artists.

Belfast Exposed Futures is generously supported by Arts Council Northern Ireland, The British Council and The Directory.