The FINDINGS exhibitions have now come to a close in Birmingham. The exhibitions in Church Street Square and St Paul’s Square, which featured 50 pictures made in Birmingham by artist Tom Hunter, were shot using a pinhole camera in early 2013.
The feedback and comments have been extremely positive.
Here is just a sample of some of the feedback we received via social media:
Enjoyed seeing @Findingsbham photography exhibition in St Paul’s square. Spotted my old studio at the School of Art!
During the course of the exhibition we received fantastic press coverage included double page spreads in The Sunday Times Magazine, Birmingham Post, Edge Magazine and Area Magazine, an interview on BBC WM and other articles in publications such as The Express & Star, Creative Times and Amateur Photographer.
Over the coming weeks we will be asking for your further thoughts on the exhibition and how we can ensure future exhibitions are made as accessible to the general public as FINDINGS.
We would like to thank all of the partners involved in the project including GRAIN and the Library of Birmingham, Colmore Business District, Jewellery Quarter Development Trust, Arts Council England, Birmingham City University and Metro Imaging.
If you’d like information about future exhibitions and photography projects, please visit www.grainphotographyhub.co.uk.
Further information about the Library of Birmingham and its opening on 3rd September can be found at www.libraryofbirmingham.com