Photoworks has been awarded £27,000 by Arts Council England through the Re:Imagine India programme, run by the Arts Council in partnership with the British Council.
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Brighton Photo Biennial
Photoworks produces Brighton Photo Biennial, the UK’s largest curated international photography festival. In 2012, the Biennial attracted over 100,000 visits, making it one of the world’s most attended photography festivals. The most recent edition took place during October 2014.
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A new photobook by the British photographer Jason Larkin, published by Fourthwall Books and Photoworks, focusses on people waiting in Johannesburg.
Brighton & Hove residents were invited to submit their sustainability photographs of their city to the FotoDocument/One Planet City photography competition.
Published by AMC to accompany the Brighton Photo Biennial exhibition, Amore e Piombo has won the prestigious Kraszna-Krausz Book Award. We asked its editors, Roger...
The book published to accompany the Brighton Photo Biennial exhibition Amore e Piombo has been shortlisted for the prestigious Kraszna-Krausz Book Award.
Submission Deadline: 31 May 2015 Brighton & Hove residents are invited to submit photographs of city sustainability.