The RPS International Photography Exhibition (IPE) celebrates photography from across the globe. Each year, the touring exhibition is selected from a worldwide open-call, encouraging submissions from international photographers of all levels. To learn more about the exhibition please click here
Resources for International Photography Exhibition 162
Learn from the artists
IPE Exhibition Virtual Gallery
This virtual gallery will allow you to visit and interact with the exhibition wherever you are in the world.
- The tour can be accessed via desktop or mobile devices, however desktop access is preferred.
- The gallery has white, grey and black pin-points, white are photographs, grey are captions and text and black for information and links.
- To view a high resolution image of the photographs click on the pin-point and then click on the image.
- You can use a mouse scroll wheel to zoom in and out and on mobile devices can use the pinch function.
Thank you to the tutors and students at Boomsatsuma for creating this gallery along with the podcasts and videos.
Talks from selected artists
Other IPE 162 resources
Artist Video: Derek Man
Derek Man was selected for the RPS International Photography Exhibition 162. Learn how he created apple pinhole camera’s for his project What Do You See, Old Apple Tree? Including a portrait of Jeremy Corbyn!
Artist Video: ScanLAB Projects
ScanLAB Projects use the latest terrestrial laser 3D scanning equipment, learn more about the process and their project by watching this short video.
RPS Director of Education, Dr Michael Pritchard, discusses the history of RPS exhibitions in the video below: