London Launch Exhibition (this event has now passed)

300+

Images

12 Oct 2018 -

21 Oct 2019

Bargehouse Gallery

London, UK

When: 12th – 21st October 2018. (This event has now passed)

We Feed the World’s London launch exhibition showcases an extraordinary collection of 300+ photographs of farming communities at the Bargehouse Gallery on London’s Southbank. It will feature original work by Martin Parr, Rankin, Graciela Iturbide, Stefan Ruiz, Susan Meiselas, David Chancellor and a team of more than 40 renowned photographers from around the world.

This is a free exhibition and not to be missed.

Accompanying the exhibition, there is an exciting ten day programme of talks, workshops and films, from activists and leaders in the food and farming movement including Louise Gray, author of Ethical Carnivore, Riverford CEO, Guy Watson, plus a key note address by US activist, Anna Lappe. A number of the photographers who have contributed to the exhibition will also be speaking and holding daily curated tours of the gallery.

On the ground floor there will be a daily farmers market, featuring farmers and producers from around London and beyond, a Café Direct stall serving coffee from farmers featured in the exhibition and a Divine Chocolate stand which will be selling their latest chocolate produced with farmers who are also featured in the exhibition.

Please join us at any point during the ten days of the exhibition and show your support for a food and farming system led by small, family farmers.

Keep updated on our Facebook event.

Download We Feed the World’s full events programme below.

Global Community Exhibitions

50

Images

12 Oct 2018 -

31 Oct 2019

6 Continents

Worldwide

To ensure these resilient stories reach a global audience, each farming community we have worked with around the world have been sent packages containing their own and a selection of others photographs, in order to host smaller, more community-focused exhibitions. These will be used by the communities as a tool to continue advocating for ecologically and culturally based food and farming systems within their own communities, featuring not only their own successes but those of many around the world.

Keep an eye on our News page to find out more!

 

Photo to the right: women farmers of the Likotuden Community, Indonesia looking at photographs of themselves taken by Martin Westlake. Martin took this photo on a return visit to the community. 

Daily programme of FREE events (this event has now passed)

47+

Events

12 Oct 2018 -

21 Oct 2019

Bargehouse

London

London. Oxo Tower. © Gaia Foundation, We Feed the World Exhibition. 2018

When: 12th – 21st October 2018 (This event has now passed)

During the London Launch of We Feed the World, 47+ events will be taking place on the second floor of the Bargehouse Gallery on London’s Southbank.

We have a jam-packed 10 day programme of events, workshops, talks and film screenings, hosted in partnership with We Feed the World farmers, photographer and organisations from around the world, including the LWA, Sustain, ITF, Soil Association, Organic Research Centre, PAN UK and many more.

Click here to view the full programme.

Good Food March (this event has now passed)

14 Oct 2018 -

14 Oct 2019

Westminster

London

When: 11.30am, Sunday 14th October, 2018 (This event has now passed)

Where:  Meeting at Parliament Square, Westminster

Route & Finish: The march will proceed along a direct route to the Bargehouse Gallery (Southbank,opposite the Oxo Tower) where speakers will deliver talks as part of the We Feed the World exhibition. 

This October the bounties of the autumn harvest are not the only thing on our tables. The future of food and farming hangs in the balance with the Second Reading of the UK’s Agriculture Bill about to take place at Westminster. If you believe in healthy food and a healthy planet then join us to demand a better and fairer food system. March with us on Sunday 14th October to stand in solidarity with the small-holder farmers producing the food we really need.

“As we leave the European Common Agricultural Policy, the UK agriculture bill will determine the future of our food system for the next 50 years or more. If you want that food system to support farmers to produce healthy, affordable food for everyone, please join us.”  Jyoti Fernandes,  The Landworkers Alliance

We all have a right to good food. Aright to chemical-free produce, a plate that doesn’t cost the Earth, and nutritious food for our children. Thisis your opportunity to stand up and be counted as others seek to determine the future of food in the UK.

Organised by The Gaia Foundation & The Landworkers Alliance  in solidarity with small-holder farmers in the UK and around the world ahead of World Food Day (16th).

Exhibition at Amorevore Food and Arts Festival (this event has now passed)

26 Oct 2018 -

28 Oct 2019

Ibiza

Spain

When: 26th – 28th October 2018 (This event has now passed)

Amorevore is a new family-friendly food and arts festival taking place in Ibiza this October that puts food culture and artistic expression at its heart. The festival aims to educate and entertain guests through a delicious and cutting edge food and arts programme.

The festival will host a smaller We Feed the World exhibition across the weekend. Find out more here!