Antonia Barraclough talks to us about ‘Postcards from Sunderland’ which looks at how this northern city is rapidly changing and how memories of it’s past are still alive in it’s older residents. Tell us about ‘Postcards from Sunderland’. When I started university in Sunderland in 2013, developments all over the city began taking shape. I […]
Anglea Chalmers talks to us about her cyanotype interconnected works ‘Something About Mary’, ‘Floral Poetry’ and ‘The Flower Collector’ that respond to the history of Miss Mary Craven and the Victorian popular pastime of collecting and preserving botanticals with a modern-day twist. Tell us a bit about your project. Can you tell us what attracted […]
We talk to Jo Howell about leading the Look and Inspire Project which aims to involve the community with their environment as well as photography. Tell us a bit about your project… I started to develop the Look & Inspire Pinhole photography project in 2014 alongside The Art Studio Sunderland, an Arts and Mental Health […]
Welcome to The Photographic Artists Review
We are an online platform for photographic artists with connections to the North East of England. Our aim is to build a community of artists, curators and enthusiasts of the photographic arts. Why the North East? Well, mainly because that's where we live and we're passionate about what goes on here.