Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography

17th Mar 2017 - 25th Jun 2017

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Poetics of Light reveals enchanting imagery captured using photography’s most primitive technique – the pinhole camera.

This  major exhibition of pinhole photography, spans eight decades and represents the work of more than 150 artists across many genres.

The exhibition receives its European Premiere in Bradford and features more than 200 original, unique photographs and 40 cameras from the collection of Eric Renner and Nancy Spenner.

Subjects range from refugee camps in the Sahara to the 100th anniversary celebrations for Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. New pinhole photographs taken by members of the Bradford Photographic Society and students from the Bradford School of Art will also feature.

National Media Museum

Little Horton Lane,

www.nationalmedia museum.org.uk

Opening hours

Daily 10.00 - 18.00

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National Media Museum: By public transport: five minute walk from Bradford Interchange. Forster Square station is only a fifteen minute walk away.
By road: two miles from the motorway network. From the M62 take junction 26 and follow directions to the city centre.