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John Ferguson Photography exhibition: An eye for Life

Saturday 29th June - Sunday 27th April

Tuesday to Sunday during opening times at Christchurch Mansion

This FREE to view exhibition is a celebration of John Ferguson’s photographic career through the themes of portraiture, identity and home.

John Ferguson is an internationally established documentary, lifestyle, and portrait photographer who lives in Ipswich. His images tell stories, which are approachable, intimate, and unaffected.

It showcases portrait projects that he has worked on over the years, visiting some 60 countries and covering a diverse range of photo stories from conflict zones and national disasters to promotional campaigns focusing on poverty, refugees and rural loneliness.

He has photographed countless celebrities from Dolly Parton to Beyonce and in 2005 photographed 50 black British pioneers for the Black Britannia project, collected by the National Portrait Gallery.

This is the first exhibition to explore John’s career and photography projects in Suffolk.

Admission to the exhibition is FREE.


Christchurch Mansion, Soane Street


29/06/2024 – 27/04/2025


Tuesday to Sunday during opening times

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