Explore an expanding prospectus of lens based artist work selected by the core partner organisations. The photographic work reflects the diversity of identity and experience in Europe today.
This photoproject works with 13 orphans aged from 4-10.
How to face life as a child? How to face death as a consequence?
Over one weekend in November 2011 a circular concrete structure, similar in scale to Stonehenge, was erected on Achill island, off the west coast of Ireland.
Athens has become a city full of loneliness.
Travelling to Chernobyl might not be to everyone’s taste but demand has increased since the Ukrainian government decided to regulate access to the area a few years ago.
At various times Wales has been the worlds largest exporter of copper, iron, slate and coal.
Shot entirely in a mock-up town, built in 2003, to train the Firearms and Public Order Units of the UK’s Metropolitan Police, this series deals with urbanism in all its contradictori
Within a Middle Eastern context, a commodity such as a veil has been very powerful, becoming transfixed as a symbol synonymous with oppression, backwardness, weakness etc.
In 2006 I started collecting toys left behind by children by simply walking around the city.
European Prospects is a project exploring questions of European identity and experience through contemporary photography, creating new platforms for lens-based artists to achieve wider exposure for their work.