Date: 3 – 30 June 2017

Times: 24/7


Poor Land


The work by the five artists in this exhibition reflects on everyday life on land that has failed to or can no longer support its inhabitants. The landscapes featured have been disconnected and disembodied by war, isolation, a lack of recognition and systems that don’t have or seek a future. Sites include war-torn cities, the world’s northernmost settlement, young countries and fabricated set pieces designed to replicate nature. Artists: Christian Werner, Ksenia Kuleshova, Julien Lombardi, Dominika Gesicka, Sheng-Wen Lo


Alexander Boyd Displays

This exhibition has been curated through an international open submission process, with artists selected by a panel of experts. Including representatives from: MoMA, MACK, Foam, Magnum Photos, British Journal of Photography, The New York Times, Invisible Asia, Belfast Exposed.