A very clever photograph from Nick Treharne wins the second ticket for The Eye Festival in The Eye / Ffoton Wales UrbanWales Instagram competition. The juxtaposition of subjects and names together with colour and humour made this the stand out image this month. Well done Nick
Massive thanks to The National Library of Wales and Curator Wil Troughton for allowing a limited number to visit the National Library during The Eye Festival 2016 to look at original historical prints such as the Edward Curtis portrait of North American Indian Life taken in 1911. We will post a list of prints to be shown and a limited number will be allowed to visit so book a place now
Gawain Barnard will be a part of A Fine Beginning, a welsh collective including James O Jenkins, Abbie Traylor Smith and Francesca Jones launching The Eye Festival on Friday 30th September. This is a photograph from his Maybe We Will Be Soldiers project
We aim to show emerging talent in The Box exhibition space and we are pleased to announce work by current students on Ba photographic courses at South Wales University, joining Wales Geoff Wedge and Ima Mfon from Nigeria, will be shown at The Eye 2016. Thanks to Aimee Herd for the attached photograph
Listen to Eye Director Glenn Edwards in conversation with Brian Carroll on www.ffoton.wales talking about The Eye Festival evolution and the exciting line up of 2016 speakers.
With great pride we are happy to announce that world renowned photographer Nick Danziger will not only be talking about his work at The Eye 2016 but will also show his new Revisited exhibition. The work explores whether the Millennium Development Goals have succeeded in giving families a better life. For 10 years, across 8 countries on 4 continents Danziger worked among individuals and families reflecting on what has changed for those that have least. Work from 37 leading photographers document aspects of the privileged global wealth in the exhibition Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality