Press officer Emily Philippou reports on the launch of our Moving Stories exhibition, including some very special guests.
This year’s IMD is all about memory, creativity and social change—something which is close to our hearts, and inseparable from our collection.
Paul Salveson’s work, Between the Shell, uses commonplace items and objects within domestic environments to construct absurdist images.
Helen Messinger Murdoch (1862–1956) was a remarkable woman—one of the earliest colour photographers and one of the first female aviators. Colin Harding tells her story.
Our panel debated this question on stage in Pictureville Cinema. Find out what they had to say…
A couple of weeks ago, some of our Public Programmes and Collections team attended the opening week of Les Rencontres d’Arles, an international photography festival in France.
Ruth and Rebecca of our Exhibitions team visited the André Kertész exhibition at the Jeu de Paume last month—here’s Ruth’s lowdown on what they saw and learned.
French artist Denis Darzacq visited the museum to capture Bradford theatre group Mind the Gap in the foyer.
His visit was a secret to all but a select few staff until he actually arrived. So there were more than a few double-takes and dropped jaws when Gordon Brown walked through the doors of our museum yesterday.