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TIME TO THINK: The Exhibition (& Some Lovely Words)

Time to Think has been such a positive experience – 145 female identifying photographers from around the world, coming together to share 435 stunning images at Festival Pil’Ours with us. It’s […]

GOOD NEWS (Winter 2019)

It’s that time again, Good News time, and to be honest, we’ve found it hard to keep up. So much happening, so much Good News! So, here it is a […]

CLOSE UP: Clare Park – Breaking Form

As we launch our latest exhibition, Shutter Hub OPEN 2018, at 5&33 Gallery in Amsterdam,  we talk to Clare Park, one of the exhibiting photographers. Clare is a London based […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 September 2018

LaChapelle: Good News For Modern Man The Groninger Museum is proud to announce a large-scale exhibition of US artist David LaChapelle. Opening 21 April 2018, LACHAPELLE: Good News for Modern […]

GOOD NEWS: (Summer 2018)

So many good things have happened since our last Good News round up! We had a huge response to the call for entries for our exhibition Because We Can, and […]

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Because We Can!

At Festival Pil’ours – International Festival of Photography for Female Professional Photographers   We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been invited to exhibit at Festival Pil’ours, Festival international de la photographie pour […]

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. […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See February 2018

Beyond the Battlefields Käthe Buchler’s Photographs of Germany in the Great War Beyond the Battlefields presents a unique series of images by photographer Käthe Buchler (1876-1930) made in Germany before, […]

GOOD NEWS: (Winter 2018)

Time has flown and suddenly it’s 2018, and here we are with another bunch of Good News – what better way to start the New Year? Lots of good things […]

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 […]

GOOD NEWS: (AUTUMN 2017)

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 […]

CLOSE UP: Susana de Dios - At Home

Susana de Dios is a Spanish photographer living and working in the UK. Her work explores issues of immigration, identity and belonging through portrait and documentary photography. We met Susana […]

Photography Scotland Season of Photography 2017

Photography Scotland are pleased to announced the launch of the 2017 Season of Photography in Scotland. Photography Scotland's 2017 Season of Photography is the third annual event to highlight, celebrate and […]

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, […]

CLOSE UP: Roger Coulam - The Blast

Roger Coulam's formative years as a photographer were largely spent as a severe weather photographer, chasing storms and tornadoes in the States. In 2008 he re-evaluated the direction of his […]

CLOSE UP: Alexandra Lethbridge - Other Ways of Knowing

When we came across Alexandra Lethbridge's new series of work 'Other Ways of Knowing' at Brighton Photo Fringe recently we were more than intrigued by the concept and thought behind it. We've […]