Current Opening Hours
We are now open Monday – Friday by appointment and Saturdays 10:00 – 14:00.
The health and safety of our team and visitors remain our top priority. We are closely following government guidelines and recommendations to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience at the gallery.
There will be a maximum of 2 visitors permitted in the gallery at a time or up to 4 if together as a family or group.
In order to maintain social distancing, we suggest booking an appointment in advance.
Alys Tomlinson | Prix Elysée | 2020
We’re excited to announce Alys Tomlinson has been nominated to the fourth edition of the Prix Elysée. Her proposed project ‘Gli Isolani’ (The Islanders) explore themes – and scenes – of loss, faith, and ritual, in islands in the north and south of Italy.
As encased communities with distinct and symbolic religious traditions, Italian islanders exist as people ‘set apart’. Beginning her journey in the northern Italian city of Venice, she will explore the islands of the Venetian lagoon.
Garry Fabian Miller | BBC Radio: The Art of Now | 2019
BBC Radio 4 visits Garry Fabian Miller's studio to talk with him about his last exposure.
Bill Armstrong | Musée Magazine
Kala Herh interviews Bill Armstrong about colour theory, photographing out of focus, and throwing out his rules on "straight" photography.
Doug & Mike Starn | Video interview
Doug & Mike Starn were interviewed by Kasper Bech Dyg at Ordrupgaard in Charlottenlund, Denmark in May 2018 in connection with their spectacular bamboo installation ‘Geometry of Innocence’.
Camera: Mathias Nyholm
Produced and edited by: Kasper Bech Dyg
Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2019
Supported by Nordea-fonden
Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer | Don't Take Pictures: Rule Breakers
Michael Kirchoff explains why Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer's work is an exception to the rule of collodion photography.
Oli Kellett | CNN Style: These Photos of strangers at crossroads are a metaphor for life and politics
Oli Kellett discusses the inspiration behind his Cross Road Blues series with CNN Style.
Alys Tomlinson | Arles New Discovery Award
Winner: Public Prize
The Faithful Exhibition | 1 July - 22 September
We're excited to announce Alys Tomlinson has been awarded the Public Prize for her exhibition at the Rencontres d'Arles 2019 Louis Roederer New Discovery Award. This exhibition was also shortlisted for the the Prix de la Photo Madame Figaro Arles 2019.
The Faithful explores the life of Vera, an Orthodox Christian nun whose portrait is a central and powerful work in the Ex-Voto series. The exhibition of both photographs and film gives a deeper context to the portrayal of living a life of faith.
Alys Tomlinson | Podcast interview with Gem Fletcher
Alys Tomlinson speaks to Gem Fletcher about photographing people in their environment and how anthropology underpins her photographic approach. Listen to the podcast, The Messy Truth, on iTunes, Spotify, and Acast.
HackelBury Off-site | William Klein Special Exhibition
We recently previewed a special exhibition with William Klein at our off-site gallery space in Hampshire. Check back regularly for opportunities to visit the space and future off-site events.
Feature in Photomonitor
Ferens Art Gallery Acquires Portrait of a Woman
Ian McKeever's Portrait of a Woman, 2014-2014 joined Ferens Art Gallery's permanent collection following the artist's solo exhibition Paintings 1992-2017 this past winter. The work has been acquired using the Ferens Endowment Fund with the assistance of Art Fund and is currently on public view at the gallery.
Royal Photographic Society IPE 161 Touring Exhibition
with works by Oli Kellett and Alys Tomlinson
Alys Tomlinson was awarded the Silver Prize and Oli Kellett the Bronze Prize for the Royal Photographic Society's 2019 International Photographic Exhibition touring throughout the UK and Ireland.
RPS House, Bristol - 7 Feb to 24 March
Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham - 30 March to 12 May
Royal Albert Hall, London - 22 May to 23 June
Municipal Gallery, dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin - 5 July to 4 Sept
HIP Festival, Hull - 4 Oct to 27 Oct