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Photo Exhibitions

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MyOutdoors specialise in organising adventure and landscape photography exhibitions from concept stage to full delivery. Working with some of the UK and the World's leading outdoor and adventure photographers we have delivered major exhibitions attracting up to 4000 visitors over a weekend and featuring up to 70 framed images. Amongst the photographers exhibiting in the last 2 years are Alastair Lee, Alex Ekins, Lukasz Warzecha, Nadir Khan, Dan Arkle, Mike Hutton, Daniel Wildey and Dan Lane, while we also hosted emerging urban cycling photographer Jamie Shipton's first exhibition in Sheffield in 2014.

 

Exhibitions can be arranged on a short, medium or long term basis with the option to rotate/refrsh images for medium and long term exhibitions.

 

Part of ShAFF 2014 exhibition

 

Our exhibition service offers a full service from selecting photographers and images to full hanging and take down. Commission on framed and loose print sales is negotiated with host vebues on behalf of the photgraphers, with each venue and exhibition allocated a single event co-ordinator who acts as a single point of contact throughout planning and delivery. Venues hoping to host an exhibition will require a site visit at an early a stage as possible to measure available wallspace and available hanging options.

 

Alex Ekins Exhibition - Sheffield 2013

 

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