LOOK/13 Festival Guide

LOOK/13 is one of the UK’s most important photography festivals, and is supported by Redeye. Here’s a short summary of what’s happening, in particular around the opening weekend of 16-19 May 2013.


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Key to map: Turquoise = Festival venue // Yellow = Redeye Lighbox venue
Red = Parallel venue // Pink = Party

Redeye’s activities at LOOK/13:

Events at The Bluecoat – don’t miss:
The National Photography Symposium; 17 May
Tom Wood talk; 18 May
John Davies and Laura Pannack talks; 16 May
The Perfect Portfolio; 16 May

Portfolio reviews, Photo Activist Boot Camp and Editing workshop are now sold out.

Other festival opening weekend events:

Kurt Tong talk // Lightnight // Made in Liverpool // Launch Party; 17 May
Photo Pulse // Fabricate // Caravan Gallery talk; 18 May
Eva Stenram & Lucy Soutter; 19 May

Tours:
Museum of Liverpool; 18 May
Exhibition Research Centre // The Bluecoat; 19 May

Main Festival Exhibitions:

Sander // Weegee // Adam Lee // I Exist (in Some Way) at The Bluecoat
Charles Fréger // Eva Stenram at Open Eye Gallery
Rankin // Keith Medley // Martin Parr // Tom Wood at Walker Art Gallery
Kurt Tong at Victoria Gallery
Rob Bremner at Wolstenholme Creative Space
Blackout at Exhibition Research Centre
Caravan Gallery at Museum of Liverpool

Redeye’s Lightbox exhibitions (group and collective shows from our workshop programme; part of parallel programme):

Fabricate Collective at Fallout Factory
Lamp Post Collective at The Brink
* Possessed at 81 Renshaw Street
Stranded on The Strand (Merseyside Planet Vessel and next to Travelodge)

Parallel Programme (official fringe):

Art of Pop Video at FACT
Barbara Kruger // Moyra Davey at Tate Liverpool
* Caravan Gallery at 79 Renshaw St and on the Wirral
E Chambre Hardman at The Hardmans House
Emotive Matters // Lawrence Giles at The Bluecoat
* Fab Collective at The Domino Gallery
In Parallel (Marc Beaussart, Peter Mearns, Tabitha Jussa) at St George’s Hall
Ken Grant at Beaconsfield Community Centre
Mark McNulty at Bold St Coffee
Nick Danziger at The Brindley
Pete Carr at Leaf
Processing (Kevin Casey, Stephen King, McCoy Wynne) at Cornerstone
Tom Wood at CASC Chester
3+2=1 Collective at 81 Renshaw Street

* Exhibitions with an opportunity to submit your work

Publications:

Ilives – Tony Mallon and Crisis Skylight
Searching – Marc Provins

Opening times:

Some venues are closed Sundays or other days. Please click on the specific date you want to visit on the festival calendar.
Some venues are by appointment: Beaconsfield Community Centre and The Hardman’s House.

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