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Installations, 2022

Explore some of our 2022 Exhibitions at your own pace. First, here is a gallery of installation and event photographs. Click on a photograph to start a slide show

And catch up on some of the opening night fun!

Then, we have 360 videos made by the staff and students of Boomsatsuma College and University in Bristol who have been brilliant partners throughout the festival. Move around, zoom in, zoom out with your mouse (or finger, on mobile). Full screen possible.

Rook Lane Chapel

Rook Lane Chapel had excellent examples of the breadth of today’s contemporary photography. This ranged from the music photography of Danny North, the documentary of Hanna-Katrina Jędrosz on the Russian-EU border, Robert Huggins’ insightful street portraits in East London – and onto to Olga Karlovac’s haunting images of Zagreb, stunning photography of NASA astronauts by John Angerson, and Vanessa Fairfax-Woods’ exploration of the role of women in the home, often tinged with humour. Photography from Ukraine during the current war of special installations in schools by world-renowned sculptor Aljoscha was particularly timely.

Rook Lane Chapel Cafe

Gallery at The Station

Frome and the surrounding area are home to a large and diverse group of photographers, both internationally acclaimed professionals and dedicated amateurs. Their work ranges from portraits to documentary, from abstract to urbanscapes, photo essay series to dramatic single photographs. All is thought provoking. This unique exhibition in the lovely, purpose-built Gallery at The Station provides a window into the many themes of contemporary photography.   

Black Swan Arts Tower – Ground Floor

The world-renowned documentary archives of James Ravilious (Devon, the Beaford Archive) and Chris Chapman (Dartmoor) worked together beautifully at Black Swan Arts Tower.

Black Swan Arts Tower – First Floor