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Ben Bentley gives us his take on the Yorkshire Bicycle Show that took place in Leeds this weekend.
Photographer Guy Farrow has won a place in the top 200 photographers in the world in a list compiled by…
The Lotte Inch Gallery welcomes visitors to an exciting event this Thursday; as part of York’s Love Architecture Festival, the gallery invites local lovers of art and design to a special late opening at Janette Ray Rare and Out of Print Books.
A new photography exhibition is soon to open at York Theatre Royal, showing beautiful images of urban ruins in York that have been transformed into temporary studios by urban artists. Read on…
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As part of the York800 celebrations, Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) has launched a photography competition to capture and celebrate York as a city of caring.
Emerging photographer Brodie Craven has created a time-lapse journey through York, piecing together 3845 images to stunning effect.
Photography has a particular way of addressing who we are and where we are. We all take pictures, very nearly…
While a picture is worth a thousand words, a photograph very often necessitates none.
Each month we take a look at the city through the eyes of a photographer.
The shortlists are moving and inspirational, and showcase the absolute best in open world photography in the twenty-first century. Each and every photo exposes a different facet of life on Earth, and ways in which people, and animals, and nature survive.
Photography, at least for me and my intentions, needs to be a pursuit undertaken without company. I need to have…