Squaring the Circles of Confusion: Neo-Pictorialism in the 21st Century
The Royal Photographic Society is delighted to announce the opening of Squaring the Circles of Confusion: Neo-Pictorialism in the 21st Century. The new exhibition explores how eight contemporary photographers are using traditional techniques and approaches in their work to address contemporary issues and demonstrate the beauty of the photographic image.
Don't miss out on hearing featured artists talk about their work on 5 November 2022 - find out more
RPS Gallery, Bristol: 9 September to 6 November 2022
Squaring the Circles: Artist Talks
The RPS is delighted to host a series of talks from artists featured in Squaring the Circles of Confusion at RPS House Bristol, 10am - 5pm Saturday 5 November 2022. Listen to exhibitor talks, and take part in family fun activities. Each artist will share the stories behind their featured work, and talk about their wider photographic practice.
Further information and tickets are to be announced.
Observe a Distinctions Assessment
Get an experience of the RPS Distinctions assessment process by booking a ticket to observe an assessment, either in person at RPS House or online.
The Photobook Club
The Photobook Club and the RPS present a monthly series of talks from photographers and artists. Curated by Tom Broadbent, the series features members of The Photobook Club during the course of 2022.
Hire our 101-seat auditorium fitted with cinema quality equipment, state of the art exhibition space, conference room, photographic resource centre and/or library.
The RPS is the United Kingdom's leading photography organisation and is well-placed to provide informed comment to the media on many different aspects of photography, photographers and issues surrounding photography.
Coming later this year
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