Burton Art Gallery & Museum’s winter exhibition includes around 65 iconic photographs by Snowdon, capturing some of the most important figures in recent art history including Frank Auerbach (pictured), Peter Blake, William Coldstream, John Piper, Graham Sutherland, Joe Tilson, David Hockney and many others.
Photographer Michael Taylor says: “My aim is to let light reveal itself.” Hence his Luminescence series, which investigates light using electroluminescent wire, and is the first in the a number of his explorations.
A Portrait of The Artist By A Young Dog by Andrew Bolton has found itself on the front cover of Wessex arts and culture guide, Evolver.
Photographers across Europe over the age of 21 still have time to get their image in for the Faces of Brewing competition, and with more than €1500 in camera equipment up for grabs, and all images that appear on the website will be awarded a €50 cash prize, it may well be worth getting your image in.
Tarnished Earth, an open air gallery of photographs by Jiri Rezac telling the story of one of the world’s biggest ecological disasters, is arriving in Plymouth this week.
Plymouth University research student Nicola Curtis explores the place between past and present in Marken Holland -1908, Marken Holland -2009, part of the Finding Place exhibition at Plymouth University.
Plymouth’s photographers and marine lovers will have an opportunity to see dancers performing underwater at the launch of a new programme on Thursday, December 10.
North Devon’s Art Bazaar, with the regions top artists and makers under one for just one day, takes place on at South Molton Assembly Rooms, on Friday, November 13, from noon til 9pm.
Landscape photographer Adrian Oakes will have an exhibition at A la Rone until Wednesday, March 25.
Former journalist Helen Hall uses her underwater photography to raise awareness and highlight environmental dangers.