European Prospects

Exploring European Identity through Photography

More Than A Game

Internationally exhibited Wales based photographer Faye Chamberlain has taken up an artist residency with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) Trust, touring Wales to capture the game’s impact on t

IN TRUST - Reframing Wales' Stories

16 April 2016 - 29 May 2016

In July 2014, Lithuanian photographer Arturas Valiauga visited four National Trust properties in Wales as part of his European Prospects residency with Ffotogallery.

A Tale of Two Cities exhibition

01 Oc-ber 2015 - 31 Oc-ber 2015

This exhibition, which brings together the work of 23 photographers, is just one way of many ways in which Cardiff and Stuttgart can be interpreted and examined to understand their differences and communalities in the light of six decades of European history.

Jana Romanova 'Adopted Welsh'

30 July 2015

During her European Prospects residency with Ffotogallery in Wales, Jana Romanova developed a new body of work titled Adopted Welsh.

Post-War Stories Publication

02 July 2015

The new publication features work by Claudia Heinermann, Michal Iwanowski and Indre Serpytyte. The three photographers – German, Polish and Lithuanian – explore the legacy of the Second World War through three very personal projects. 

European Prospects Report Publication

11 June 2015

The final book in the European Prospects series has just been published. The report documents the European Prospects activities that took place between May 2013 and April 2015, and offer

Jana Romanova Residency with Ffotogallery

08 April 2015

The current Ffotogallery artist in residence, Jana Romanova has been travelling across South Wales looking for participants to work with. Jana would like to partake in a participatory photographic exchange that will result in a photograph of Jana's possible future in Wales.

Wojciech Nowicki Residency

26 March 2015

During his residency in Kaunas, Wojciech Nowicki has been researching a new exhibition: Quiet Life: Modern Lithuanian Photography, which will be on display at Manggha Japanese Museum, Cracow, from December 2015 to January 2016.

Family/Family exhibition at Le Château d’Eau

12 March 2015 - 03 May 2015

The Château d’Eau presents Family/Family an exhibition bringing together the work of Ed Alcock / Arja Hyytiäinen / Ilka Kramer / Julien Magre. The four artists united around the title Family, Family, are from four European countries, all photographing the private and using the family as their field of research.

Wytske van Keulen Residency

25 February 2015

In 2014, Dutch photographer Wytske van Keulen was invited by Le Chateau d’Eau in Toulouse to make new work at several Maisons de Retraite in and around town. The elderly people living in these homes – some with mental disorders or behavioural problems – live institutionalised. The confined spaces in which they live shape their existence, a place with its own laws, a microcosm at the fringe of society.