The Photography Movement is a not-for-profit organisation founded to help all humankind express their feelings and emotions through the medium of photography.
The Photography Movement, in partnership with Canon, will take residence within the Exposure Gallery from 4th October - 13th December. Showcasing a varied selection of work, the series will promote the benefits of photography to support mental wellbeing, as well as raise awareness and funds for our charity partners.
London Academy of Excellence Tottenham & YoungMinds (4th - 17th October) - the students of the academy present their exhibition around the theme of 'How does it feel to be a teenager in the modern world'.
Refinery29 & OCD UK (18th– 31stOctober) - explore the media’s visual representation of mental health with photographer Flora Maclean.
David Noton, Canon Ambassador & Help for Heroes (1st– 14th November) - exploring the power of photography as therapy with the renowned landscape photographer with “Waiting for the light”, a collection of images portraying sublime moments of harmony from some of the most beautiful locations across the globe.
Daniel Regan & Maytree (15th– 28th November) - presenting “I Want to Live”, an exhibition and accompanying book of interviews and portraits of the suicide respite centre Maytree’s volunteer workforce.
Charlie Clift & Mental Health UK (29th November – 13th December) - in collaboration with illustrator Kate Forrester, the intimate portraits photographer presents images where the subjects inner thoughts and mental history are boldly painted onto their faces
On our Tictail shop, you can buy the exhibiting photographers prints, with proceeds going to our associated mental health charity partners. We thank you for your support and generosity.