John Davies exhibitions 2019 - 2022



Ffestiniog Railway, Snowdonia, Wales 1994
3 September 2021 - 9 January 2022

Facing Britain

Kunsthalle Darmstadt
Steubenplatz 1
64293 Darmstadt
Kunsthalle Darmstadt web site here
Group exhibition of British Documentary Photography since the 1960s
catalogue ISBN 978-3-7533-0062-7
Then showing at:
Mönchehaus Museum Goslar from 20 Feb to 1st May 2022
Museum for Photography Krakow during summer 2022

For more details about the 'Facing Britain' exhibitions see the IKS web site here

Durham Ox, Sheffield, England 1981
23 October 2020 – 28 November 2021

The Sheffield Project:
Photographs of a Changing City

Group exhibition including John Davies first series of urban landscapes in 1981.

Weston Park Museum
Western Bank
S10 2TP

Book your free visit to Western Park Museum here

Exhibition catalogue available: Regeneration - The Sheffield Project 1981-1991
ISBN 978-0-9575705-2-8

Previous exhibitions


Bilbao. Spain 1993
2 June to 12 September 2021

PHotoEspaña 2021
In Spain: Photography, Commissions, Territories 1983-2009

Group exhibition curated by Ramón Esparza, Jorge Ribalta and Cristina Zelich

Museo ICO
Paseo del Prado 4
28014 Madrid

John Davies work projects from Barcelona, Bilbao & Vigo - also included in exhibition catalogue.



Winckley Square, Preston, England 2021


2 April - 23 May 2021

Lancashire Photography Festival - Preston

John Davies’ outdoor exhibition with standalone structure supporting four big photographs, approx 1.5 x 2.2 metres each.
Winckley Square (city centre park)
Lancashire PR1 3JQ

More details here at: Blog Preston - outdoor festival



Canal de Calais, France 1989
From the series 'Autoroute A26'
Mission photographique Transmanche
7 June to 8 September 2019

Paisajes framed, European Photographic Missions, 1984-2019

Museo ICO
C/ Zorrilla, 3
28014, Madrid

Curated by Frits Gierstberg and included in the PHotoEspaña19 program that collects the work of 60 photographers in 7 countries. These photographs were taken in Europe between 1984 and 2019 and try to show the evolution of the European landscape between those years.



Sweet Chestnut, Calderstones Park, Liverpool 2018
6 June to 4 July 2019

Can't see the woods for trees

Victoria Gallery & Museum
Victoria Building, 150 Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L3 5RF
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm.

Collaborative exhibition between academics at the University of Liverpool, John Davies and Tabitha Jussa for LOOK Photo Biennial 2019

B&W infrared photographs of trees from Liverpool's Calderstones Park are available for sale in an edition of 12, from £250 for a 24 x 24in print, see details to support Liverpool Open & Green Spaces CIC (LOGS)


full details of previous exhibitions with images:











to see original prints contact galleries representing John Davies
home page
Photo and material Copyright © John Davies 1976 - 2021. Images may not be reproduced in any form or by any means without the permission of John Davies