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Exhibition
Sep 9 - Sep 11 2016.
On 8th April 1961 the MV Dara, a ship carrying passengers between India, Pakistan and the Gulf, sank just off the port of Dubai. An estimated 238 people lost their lives. Some bodies were never found and relatives of the missing continue to this day to search for their loved ones.

Olivia Arthur imagines a survivor returning to Dubai fifty years later, and what they would see. Through photographs and......
Artist Talk
Sep 6 - .
After a successful exhibition a few years back, Mark Power and Daniel Cockrill are now self-publishing a book of the work “Destroying the Laboratory for the Sake of the Experiment, DTLFTSOTE”.

Beginning in 2006 and continuing (when time allowed) over the next four years, photographer Mark Power and poet Daniel Cockrill made several road trips across England, stopping at a range of towns and cities......
Exhibition
Aug 29 - Sep 4 2016.
“Land makes people into what they are. Of that I am sure. If they lose it, they forfeit their solvency and a little bit of their souls, which they will spend the rest of their lives trying to regain.” Larry Towell, extracted from his book ‘The World from my Front Porch’ (2008).

Towell, like many of his Magnum colleagues, has met and photographed people who have lost their home and their homeland......
Exhibition
Aug 11 - Oct 11 2016.
So near and so far is an exhibition of photographic prints by world-renowned British photographer Martin Parr. Known for his projects that take an intimate and satirical look at aspects of modern life, So near so far looks at the effects of wealth and Americanisation of the West of Ireland in the 1980's.

Martin Parr
Roscommon Arts Centre
So near and so far
Roscommon in the 1980's.
Preview: 6pm,......
Exhibition
Jul 27 - Sep 17 2016.
An Ideal for Living is an exhibition about how photographers have perceived class, culture and identity in modern Britain.

Drawing on the work of 29 diverse photographers, it considers how photographing Britain has contributed to the creation of a collective national identity. The exhibition shows the variety and creativity with which photographers have sought to document what they consider to be......
Workshop
Sep 13 - Sep 16 2016.
13th-16th September 2016
Leica Store, Mayfair, London

This four-day intensive workshop, led by legendary Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden, takes students out of their comfort zone with the aim of identifying each participant’s personal working ‘style’ for street photography.

Famous for his in-your-face street portraiture, and with almost fifty years worth of photography experience, Gilden will set......
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