Four Corners believes in film and photography for all. As a registered charity, our work builds upon almost 50 years of radical, socially-engaged approaches to photography and film.
Situated on Roman Road, our unique building hosts a free public gallery, training rooms, darkrooms, studio, film facilities, archive, and workspace for creatives.
Our gallery is host to a wide range of exhibitions celebrating new and archival work outside of the mainstream. Drawing upon our radical heritage, we delve into alternative histories of photography and film. We support projects that are collaborative and socially-conscious, and have a soft spot for experiments in analogue.
Exhibitions are always free and accompanied by a lively public programme. Each spring our gallery is taken over by the next generation of creative talent for a season of degree shows.
Our darkrooms first opened in 1978 are still going strong, used by students and experienced printers alike. Explore experiential print processes, develop your latest project and meet other analogue enthusiasts.
Spacious and with plenty of natural light, our purpose-built studio is ideal for stills, moving image, and casting, and with Bolex cameras and quality lenses available to rent, we can help get your film project rolling.
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