The core Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 programme closed yesterday but many of our exhibitions will live on past our core programme of events
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
A Return to Elsewhere has been developed as an online interactive project led by photographers Lathigra/Sekgala
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.
Young imaginations take centre-stage in an exhibition of inspiring, joyful and curious images.
Established art duo, Cornford & Cross, together with artist Andrew Lacon, explore the dialogue between photography and sculpture.
Curated for BPB14, this exhibition shows the artistic community of Ditchling Guild at work & play across it’s 60 year history.
Three selectors are challenged to reinterpret how social, cultural and political inclinations have shaped Magnum’s globally renowned archive.
Ten photo essays responding to the ten sustainability principles of One Planet Living with ten site-specific installations in public spaces across Brighton & Hove.
An exploration of the transition between still and moving images sees historic cinematic techniques and apparatus set alongside works from contemporary artists.
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.
Former Magnum Photos Archivist Nick Galvin invites exhibition selectors Uriel Orlow and Hannah Starkey to speak about their experience of working with the archive
Use the hashtag #WexBPB14 to tweet your own picture from wherever you are in the world to reflect the BPB14 theme Communities, Collectives and Collaboration
Read the latest Photoworks articles focusing on the themes used within Brighton Photo Biennial
Four speakers, including three partners involved in the REEF project, shed light on the process of creating an artificial reef
An open-call platform for sharing and discussing all types of works in progress, from photographic series, exhibitions, projects and ideas.
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.
A panel discussion with the three exhibition selectors for the exhibition Magnum: One Archive, Three Views
Central Brighton venues will be open for a trail of previews Friday 3 October 5.30-9pm
A cross-city tour of ten photo essays responding to the ten sustainability principles of One Planet Living installed in public locations around Brighton& Hove
Coaches transport you, your friends and colleagues to locations beyond the city to visit exhibitions, take part in tours and talks throughout the day.
What eight photos would photographer Nick Waplington take to a desert island with him?
Annis Joslin leads a session for primary and secondary school teachers from diverse subject backgrounds and will explore a range of practical approaches to engaging with contemporary photographic practice in the gallery or classroom.
A series of panel discussions rotating on the BPB14 theme with international practitioners and commentators, hosted by Paul Hermann.