A new exhibition at Village, Leeds, is raising money for a domestic violence charity. Sweet Dreams…are made of this is supporting Behind Closed Doors.
Organised by Lens Think and Village, the exhibition showcases a selection of works from Yorkshire-based artists.
Final images were chosen by Lens Think’s Joanne Coates, guest judge Natasha Caurna and the Village team.
Each of the artists is showing their own representation of love.
Love can be hopeless and nihilistic. It can be a perpetual state of seeking. Love can be a number of things.
An auction of the work on display will raise funds for Leeds-based Behind Closed Doors.
Behind Closed Doors
Behind Closed Doors helps people throughout Leeds affected by domestic violence and abuse.
Its Community Domestic Violence Team is part of the Leeds Domestic Violence Service, offering advice, advocacy, and practical support to those who are at high risk.
The Prevention and Recovery Service offers a non-crisis response programme of emotional support to those affected by domestic violence.
Spectrum Photographic is the print partner producing 38 C-type Matt prints.
Find out more about the work of Behind Closed Doors here.
Lens Think is a social enterprise putting on events, pop-ups and workshops around equality in the arts with specific focus on photography.
Village is an independent bookshop and gallery based in Leeds.