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8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See December 2018

Who We Are Martin Jenkinson For over four decades Sheffield-based photojournalist Martin Jenkinson chronicled the drama and detail of our everyday lives. During the 1980s, Jenkinson became known for his […]

ENTER HERE: Portrait of Humanity Photography Award

1854 Media, publisher of British Journal of Photography, together with Magnum Photos, are calling photographers from around the world to enter Portrait of Humanity.   Shutter Hub have partnered with […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See October 2018

Terra Incognita Grant Simon Rogers The Last Supper presents the photographic work of Grant Simon Rogers, a British born visual artist who runs his creative practice in Berlin. This exhibition […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See May 2018

Shouldn’t Throw Stones – The View of a Night Watchman Kevin Casey SHOULDN’T THROW STONES – The view of a Night Watchman, is the culmination of a two-year project undertaken […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See April 2018

Post-Soviet Visions: image and identity in the new Eastern Europe Post-Soviet Visions: image and identity in the new Eastern Europe is a group show of photography exploring new visual representations […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See December 2017

Rebecca Vassie Trust presents ʻAdiga: Circassians in Israelʼ James Arthur Allen The Rebecca Vassie Trust is delighted to announce the first exhibition of new photographic work created through the Rebecca […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See November 2017

Thomas Ruff: Photographs 1979 – 2017 Cosmology, suburbia, nudity, utopianism, catastrophe – these are some of the subjects that Thomas Ruff (b. 1958, Germany) addresses in his photographic series, which […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See: June 2017

Photographs Rendered in Play-Doh by Eleanor Macnair ‘Photographs Rendered in Play-Doh’ was started on a whim by Eleanor Macnair following a photographic pub quiz in which one of the rounds […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See May 2017

“Made By Us”, an exhibition of photographs by young people affected by homelessness Made By Us celebrates the creative achievements of a group of young people, living in hostels and temporary accommodation, […]

A man makes soaps with street-found objects enclosed in glycerin in his open-space living room repurposed as a workshop.

CLOSE UP: Giulia Berto – Behind the Door

Shutter Hub member Giulia Berto is a Dublin-based Italian photographic artist. She is a graduate of the International Center of Photography in New York and holds an MSc in Evolution […]

CLOSE UP: Marisol Mendez – MADRE

Shutter Hub member Marisol Mendez has exhibited with us in Now, for the Future at LOOK Photo Biennial in Liverpool, Time to Think at Festival Pil’Ours in France, Everything I […]

Kerry Curl

Kerry Curl is a UK based award winning photographic artist working with photography, moving image and installation. With a focus on portraiture and fashion, her practice frequently draws on the […]

GOOD NEWS: (Autumn 2018)

So many good things have happened since our last Good News round up! The Shutter Hub OPEN 2018 ran from 4th-9th October, at the Old Truman Brewery, as part of […]

PHOTOMONTH 2018: Shutter Hub Top Picks

Photomonth East London International Photography Festival runs from 1 October – 30 November 2018. Photomonth celebrates photography in galleries and venues across East London. The Festival aims to demonstrate the diversity […]

Ioana Marinca

Born in Transilvania, I use photography as a visual diary. Now based in London, my work focuses on street and documentary genres, exploring the notion of home – particularly in […]

GOOD NEWS: (Spring 2018)

Well here we are in April, and Spring is (finally!) in the air, so we thought it was about time we shared our latest batch of Good News with you. […]


Here we go again with a marvellous bundle of good news from Shutter Hub members around the world. We’re a lucky bunch to know so many wonderfully talented people in […]

GOOD NEWS: (Summer 2017)

We’re back once again with a big ol’ bunch of good news to share, so, here goes!   The OPEN, is open! And what a joy that is. On until […]