Brighton Photo Biennial Press Coverage

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This year’s Biennial has featured across many newspapers and magazines with each showcasing their own highlights of the Brighton Photo Biennial exhibitions.

Coverage includes international titles, broadsheets, specialist press, bloggers and local broadcast.

The work on show is as much about photography’s past as where it is going, and the balance is perfectly pitched.

The Telegraph

With so much to see this year, a single visit won’t seem like enough time to take it all in

Creative Review

The New Yorker

International New York Times

The Independent

The Guardian (3 Oct 2014)

The Guardian (16 Oct 2014)

BBC News Online

BBC News Sussex

Huck Magazine

We Make Money Not Art

Darwin Magazine

Artnet News

British Journal of Photography


This is Tomorrow

Viva Brighton

La Piña

Condé Nast Traveller




Crane TV


Hungry Eye

A-N magazine

ARTE Magazine (Italy)  

Internationzionale (Italy)

20 Minutos (Spain)

ArtDaily (USA)

Telegraph – online review by Claire Holland

We Make Money Not Art – Amore e Piombo review

The Chromologist (Farrow & Ball)

The Guardian online – Amore e Piombo

The Independent online & Saturday Magazine in print

International New York Times

BBC News Online / 3 October

Artnet News

Design Week / 3 October 

Culture24 – Co-Optic Archive preview – ‘Curator’s Choice’

Frame and Reference

Dazed Digital


Sunday Times Magazine

Design Week / 26 September


Artrabbit / 22 August



Photography Monthly / Feature / 15 August

Daily Mail / 07 August

Culture 24 / 07 August

The Independent / 04 August / Online news story / 04 August

British Journal of Photography / Online news story / 17 July


Amateur Photographer / 11 Oct issue:

Guardian Guide

Independent Magazine


The Art Newspaper

Black & White Photography

Museums Journal


Sunday Times Magazine

RPS Journal

Black & White Photography

Outdoor Photography

The Independent

BBC World Service Radio

Super Massive Black Hole 

And here’s our local ITV news team, Meridian TV‘s take on the Biennial.

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