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Impressions Gallery, one of the UK’s leading independent contemporary photography galleries, is looking for self-published and / or handmade photobooks, and photography zines to sell at our Photobook Fair this October.

Last year we promoted 35 unique, self published titles to over 600 visitors to our annual Photobook Fair. Due to the great feedback from visitors and self-publishers we are once again calling for books and zines to sell at this year's event.

This October, we're presenting two back-to-back days of photography  events. Make sure these dates are in your diary:

Symposium: Behind the scenes of a photography gallery, Friday 14 October 2016

Photobook Fair, Saturday 15 October 2016

It may be a hot summer but there are even hotter offers in our shop.

We have a whole range of goodies by big-name photographers heavily discounted throughout July and August. Grab yourself a bargain but be quick… once they’re gone, they’re gone!

Tune into BCB 106.6 fm to hear a series of broadcasts specially programmed to coincide with our exhibition Rock Against Racism.

Every Saturday from 4pm to 5pm BCB 106.6 fm will be exploring the music, people, and style behind the Rock Against Racism movement.

This digitally interactive workshop takes pupils on a journey around our exhibition Rock Against Racism. Pupils will learn about the artist, his artistic work and have the opportunity to create their very own anti racism PUNK POSTER inspired by the FLASHBACK installation, a collection of people’s stories, memories, photographs and memorabilia of the Rock Against Racism movement.

Why not turn your trip to Bradford into a weekend away?

We are pleased to be partnering with The Midland Hotel who are offering specially discounted rooms for the duration of our exhibition Rock Against Racism.

Do you remember Rock Against Racism (1976 to 1981), the groundbreaking movement formed by musicians and political activists to fight racism through music?

As part of our exhibition by Syd Shelton, we are calling out for contributions to FLASHBACK, a collection of people’s stories, memories, photographs and memorabilia of the Rock Against Racism movement.