To mark the arrival of the Persian New Year, Burnt Generation will present contemporary Iranian photography – the majority of which has not previously been seen outside of Iran – by eight highly original and intellectually engaged image makers. The e
This festival presents 30 artists of different nationalities, ages and practices all under one roof, giving them a chance to show off what they do best.
Featuring fashion shows, a pop up art gallery, performances, live music and a film screening room
Since being established in 1996, each year the Prize has celebrated the best in photography, whether a publication or exhibition. It is one of the largest art prizes in the UK, proving a pivotal point in many photographers’ careers.
This year’s nom
Soho is a permissive ghetto to which its inhabitants consign themselves. During the 1950s and ’60s, the photographer John Deakin was intimate with the area’s legendary drinking culture revolving around the Colony Room members’ bar, and his images fo
Exploring the hidden corners and colourful characters of the 1950's and 60's London Soho, through the eyes of John Deakin.
This display of his work includes rarely seen portraits including those of the painters Lucian Freud,Frank Auerbach and Francis
Iniquitous was initially inspired by family stories and recollection. Belying the potential sentimentality of such subjects its steady gaze provokes questions of how much can be understood through a captured image. Duffy says that in creating Iniquitous i