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Multi-media artist, Vanessa Omoregie discusses her work exploring the representation of women on the internet with Edwin Coomasaru, Director of the International New Media Gallery.
Magnum have partnered with IdeasTap and Brighton Photo Biennial to bring early career photographers an incredible training opportunity.
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.
Join in creative activities to explore how one person can make a difference. Have fun with photography and collaborate to capture your creative responses.
REEF creator Simon Faithfull‘s videos Going Nowhere 2 and 0º00 Navigation, shown alongside The Boat, Buster Keaton’s classic silent comedy
Curator David Alan Mellor discusses the exhibition Real Britain 1974 Co-Optic and Documentary Photography with Francis Hodgson and Co-Optic Member Paul Hill
BPB14 Community, Collectives & Collaborations opening weekend offers a schedule of talks and exhibition previews in and beyond Brighton & Hove.
Zed Nelson’s film tells the story of a migrant boat tragedy through the testimony of survivors, and follows their extraordinary clandestine journey through Europe
Erica Scourti discusses her work including her BPB14 commission So Like You
A dark and satirical political thriller set during a time of internal political disturbance also explored in the BPB14 exhibition Amore e Piombo
An exploration of collaborative working methods, with five very different contemporary photography collectives.
Malcolm Dickson, Director at Street Level Photoworks, will show work from photographers in some of the collectives emerging in Scotland in the past two years
Inventive fun with collage and paint. Be inspired by the Amazing Analogue exhibition to make magical machine pictures.
A free fun day for all the family. Take part in a range of different activities inspired by the family portrait
If you could create any family portrait what would it look like? Might your family be at the movies or even in outer space! Come and see a screening of ideas and work from students from Brighton and Portslade Aldridge community Academies have created
Meet exhibiting artist Jan von Holleben and try your hand at making fantastical photographs with him in this family friendly drop in workshop
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.
Using the exhibition Magnum: One Archive: Three Views as a starting point, explore and experiment with how to create a story in an image.
Photoworks, Brighton Photo Fringe and Miniclick present a Photo Publishers’ Market weekend, hosted by Phoenix Brighton
Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin discuss their interrogation of the documentary genre and their interest in the political operations of photography.
Tom Pope and Terrence Smith discuss Silent For to Aft, their collaborative film work commissioned for Night Contact. The pair charted their seven-day journey between London and Brighton by tandem bicycle, applying a strict set of rules to turn collaboration into performative event.
Continuing Miniclick’s submissions-based experimental project, The Heart Grows Fonder, everyone is invited to a day of talks and live curation in association with ABC.
Miniclick bring Everyone’s a Curator to Brighton – a submissions based, live, participatory, exhibition curated by the collected masses on the day.
This one day workshop takes you through the history of zines, how photographers use them today, curation and layout as well as binding