4 October - 2 November 2014

a Photoworks production

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Exhibitions Joburg Photo Umbrella, Market Photo Workshop

Joburg Photo Umbrella

Three Brighton Photo Biennial projects form part of Joburg Photo Umbrella: The exhibition Return to Elsewhere and its digital iteration elsewhere.thespace.org plus The Photocopy Club – a Giant Collective

  • Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 8 November - 30 November 2014
Exhibitions Text, children sat in kitchen

So Like You

Working in collaboration with online communities, Scourti sets out to make sense of the overload of images online and how personal snapshots collide and mingle with millions of others through social platforms.

  • University of Brighton Gallery
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions Plane Materials Exhibition

Plane Materials

Established art duo, Cornford & Cross, together with artist Andrew Lacon, explore the dialogue between photography and sculpture.

  • University of Brighton Gallery
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions Lead Image. Hysterical

Twixt Two Worlds

An exploration of the transition between still and moving images sees historic cinematic techniques and apparatus set alongside works from contemporary artists.

  • Towner, Eastbourne
  • 11 October 2014 - 4 January 2015
Exhibitions REEF exhibition Simon Faithfull

REEF

A boat is towed out to sea before catching fire and sinking. It transmits images from the seabed as it transforms into an artificial reef; both an underwater sculpture and a lasting legacy for marine conservation.

  • Fabrica, Brighton
  • 4 October - 23 November 2014
Exhibitions Ute, Photograph by Peter Watkins, Brighton Photo Fringe

Brighton Photo Fringe 2014

Founded in 2003, Brighton Photo Fringe provides a platform for local artists to self-organise exhibitions during the Brighton Photo Biennial. BPF also offers a whole host of opportunities for early-career photographers and photography curators to develop their practices.

  • Venues across the city
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions Co-Optic Exhibition

Real Britain 1974: Co-Optic and Documentary Photography

Uncovering a lost episode in the development of British social documentary photography, this exhibition explores how the Co-Optic group attempted to establish an authentic representation of 1970s Britain.

  • Dorset Place Gallery, University of Brighton
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions Photocopy Club exhibition

The Photocopy Club: A Giant Collective

The Photocopy Club aims to get photography off the Internet and get printed matter back into the hands of the public. For Brighton Photo Biennial the club presents an international exchange.

  • Circus Street Market, Brighton & Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions Looking into the Family Album

Looking into the Family Album

What is family to you? Young students from the city of Brighton & Hove work with artists to create their own interpretations of family portraits.

  • Jubilee Square
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions A View to the Past

A View to the Past

Brighton residents from different generations work together to address negative stereotyping.

  • Jubilee Square
  • 1 October - 4 November 2014
Exhibitions Woman sitting on sofa Daniel Regan

Evolving in Conversation

How can individuals make society change? Five emerging and established photographers work alongside young people to make new work in response to themes of social change.

  • Jubilee Library, Brighton
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions People reading Photobooks in front of mirror, Photobookshow

Photobookshow

An exhibition of self-published and artist-led photobooks, curated from an open call on the theme Communities, Collectives & Collaboration.

  • Jubilee Library, Brighton
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions Mass Education Exhibition

The Mass Education Project

Explore autobiographical accounts, hand-written diaries, photographs and flip books and discover the day-to-day activities and intimate thoughts of individuals across communities.

  • University of Brighton Café
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014
Exhibitions A Return to Elsewhere Exhibition

A Return to Elsewhere

Two locations, two photographers, working together to exchange cultural experiences and perspectives, sharing edits of their work with a single project exploring culture and identity.

  • Circus Street Market, Brighton & Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 4 October - 2 November 2014