Welcome back to Photo North Festival 2019!

 

Following on from the the success of last years Photo North Festival, in Harrogate, our full programme for year two is currently in development.

Taking place once again at the prestigious Harrogate Convention Centre, our three main genres this year will focus on Mental Health, Food and the politics of Food and Fashion.

Our full programme is still in development however here’s a snippet of some of this years exhibitors. Please check back for regular updates, or sign up to our newsletter...

Images provided courtesy of Runway Gallery, Jim Mortram & Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year - thank you.

 
 
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pink lady food photographer of the year

For the first time Pink Lady®, Food Photographer of the Year, will be exhibiting at the festival.

The exhibition will showcase the world's finest food photography, showing every aspect of food and its place in society from around the world. From InterContinental Food at the Table for stunning shots of food ready to eat, to World Food Programme Food for Life, showing the humanitarian aspect of food, Marks & Spencer Food Portraiture showing the very best styled food photography to Fujifilm Award for Innovation and Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year.

Exploring the full cultural range of food and wine in our global society, from production to table, we invite you on a vibrant and stimulating journey.

Image David Charbit

 
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runway gallery

Runway Gallery is a fashion focused art gallery and the virtual home of XIII, a new and emerging art movement acclaimed for bringing beauty back into the art scene.

Runway Gallery will be bringing their collection to Photo North Festival 2019.

Image Louise Dear - Dreaming of Mandalay

 
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jim mortram

J A Mortram has been photographing the lives of people in his community who, through physical and mental problems and a failing social security system, face isolation and loneliness in their daily lives. His work covers difficult subjects such as disability, addiction and self-harm, but is always with hope and dignity, focusing upon the strength and resilience of the people he photographs.