The exhibition features work by 43 international photographers in one of the world's longest running photography competitions.

A city steeped in history, Gloucester is an ideal location to showcase the breadth of contemporary image-making and storytelling today.

Visitors will be able to view the work of photographers including award-winners Cody Cobb and Chirag Jindal, and explore themes such as identity, spirituality, landscape, and the environment.

This exhibition forms part of a new three-year partnership between the RPS and the Museum of Gloucester. For more information about the exhibition, its history, shortlisted photographers, the panel and much more, please visit the website.

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Museum of Gloucester

Brunswick Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 1HP

01452 396131


Opening times

OFF-PEAK SEASON (End October half-term to February half-term) Tues-Sat; 10am-4pm.

Sunday 11am-3pm.

PEAK SEASON (February half-term to end October half-term)

Tues-Sat 10am-5pm.

Sunday 11am-4pm.

Please visit the museum website for more information at

What measures are we putting in place to assure your safety when you visit us?

- Changes to our opening hours
- Pre-booking encouraged
- Screens at staffing points
- Staff in face masks/gloves
- Layout changes to shop
- Clear, informative signage across the site
- Some interactive and activity areas removed

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