North Sea Fishing, in Wick.


North Sea Fishing, an exhibition of black and white photographs shot aboard seine net fishing boats in the early 1990s by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, continues its travels up the East coast of Scotland, and is presently showing in Wick’s St Fergus Gallery. Times and dates are in the above poster.

After Wick, it’ll travel onwards to Thurso Art Gallery which will be the last stop this year, and then in early 2018 North Sea Fishing will finish its tour at Beacon Arts centre in Greenock.

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Season of Photography in Scotland

The Season of Photography in Scotland has been announced and Document Scotland are very pleased to be involved with our upcoming exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery – The Ties That Bind.


“The aim of the Season is to highlight, celebrate and promote photography. From the historical innovations of the 1840s to the digital explorations of 2015, The Season offers something for everyone and tells multiple stories about the diverse ways in which photography is used as a creative tool.”

The Ties that Bind will be on at The Scottish National Portrait Gallery from 26th September 2015 – 24th April 2016.  Curated by Anne Lyden, International Curator of Photography at The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, the exhibition will bring together new work which we have been working on since our exhibition at Impressions Gallery in the summer of 2014. We are delighted to be involved in this season of photography in Scotland.


The Institute of Photography in Scotland is an association between The National Galleries of Scotland, The University of Glasgow, The University of St Andrews, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow, and Stills, Edinburgh. For more information on The Season of Photography in Scotland please visit


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