Photoworks Brighton Photo Biennial
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About

The eighth edition will take place in Brighton throughout October 2018.
Previous editions have been curated by Martin Parr (New Documents, 2010), Julian Stallabrass (Memory of Fire, 2008), Gilane Tawadros (2006), and Jeremy Millar (2003). Since 2012 Brighton Photo Biennial has been curated by Photoworks.

Photoworks is a national development agency for photography. We produce internationally renowned events including Brighton Photo Biennial and our photography and visual culture journal Photoworks Annual. We support talent through the national Jerwood/Photoworks Awards and our wider programme includes commissions, new writing, learning and engagement projects. Our aim is to connect outstanding artists with audiences and to champion talent and ambition. Photoworks is a charitable organisation based at the University of Brighton, UK and is a National Portfolio Organisation supported by Arts Council England.

Get Involved

Keep up to Date

To be amongst the first to hear about plans for the next Brighton Photo Biennial be sure to sign up to the Photoworks newsletter.

Becoming a Photoworks Member is a great way to participate in and support our work and enjoy a wide range of benefits.

Supporting Us

As a charitable organisation, Photoworks has produced some of the most talked about and acclaimed photography and artist projects of the past two decades. We offer dynamic year round opportunities to partner with us.

Sponsors and individual supporters enjoy a wide range of uniquely tailored associated benefit, contact our Deputy Director kirsty@photoworks.org.uk.

To partner with us please contact our Director, Celia Davies at celia@photoworks.org.uk.

Exhibiting Work

We are interested in new work. If you would like to show us your work, please submit via our Photoworks Showcase. Brighton Photo Biennial is a curated festival, but sometimes elements are generated from an open call. Be sure to sign up to the Photoworks newsletter to be amongst the first to hear of any suitable opportunities.

Volunteer with us

We rely on the support of volunteers for the Biennial and will be on the look out for people to join us for BPB18. Photoworks volunteers come from diverse backgrounds with differing levels of experience. There are a variety of ways to get involved whether you are looking to gain some experience, meet new people or get back into the workplace. Roles, include gallery invigilators, information assistants, installation assistants, event photographers, programme distributors, hospitality and event assistants, evaluation assistants, plus a number of office based roles. Volunteers receive initial training and ongoing support from the team with flexibility around your commitments. Be sure to sign up to the Photoworks newsletter to be amongst the first to hear about opportunities.