‘#3’ from the series Too Many Blackamoors, 2015. Heather Agyepong. Courtesy of the artist/Autograph ABP

Showcase: Heather Agyepong

Selected as one of the five showcases from the Annual submission entry on fashion and style, Heather Agyepong draws on historical and personal experience to disrupt the black, female narrative.

Leah Gordon, 'College Mixte Cosmopolitan', 2013

What the Eye Feels: Leah Gordon and the Tailors of Port-au-Prince

Taken from our latest Photoworks Annual Issue 23 titled ‘Self-styled’, Ben Fountain looks at the works of Leah Gordon in relation to our Biennial themes.


Jerwood/Photoworks Awards Mentors Announced

The Jerwood/Photoworks Awards focus on the production of new work. A panel of mentors supports all our Awardees throughout and beyond the production process. Find out about the mentors and their backgrounds.

© Inge Trienekens, from the series: The Mystery of Things, 2015

Ideas on Talent: Inge Trienekens

Photographer, Inge Trienekens speaks to us about getting her work seen, the issues explored by her practice and what’s coming next.

‘Spain,1974 II’ from the series Piel. Claire O’Keefe

Showcase: Claire O’Keefe

Selected as one of the five showcases from the Annual submission entry on fashion and style, Claire O’Keefe details the last decade of her life, through the story of her melanoma.

4 ‘title’ from the series Kokoshnik. Layla Sailor

Showcase: Layla Sailor

Selected as one of the five showcases from the Annual submission entry on fashion and style, Layla Sailor layers images to explore femininity, fashion and identity by using familiar tropes of commercial photography.

© Ewen Spencer, from the series 'Kick over the statues', a Fabrica and Photoworks co-commission for Brighton Photo Biennial, 2016

Instagram takeover: Ewen Spencer

During the opening weekend of Brighton Photo Biennial, Ewen Spencer takes over our Instagram account, going behind the scenes of his installation at Fabrica Gallery.

Rose Callahan By Prairie Rose

Instagram takeover: Rose Callahan

The Dandy Lion Project contributor, Rose Callahan, takes over our Instagram account in the lead up to Brighton Photo Biennial, 2016.

Snatch I, from the series, 'Voices', © Richard Gosnold

Showcase: Richard Gosnold

Richard Gosnold’s series ‘Voices’, tackles mental illness and our perceptions of reality.

© Courtesy of the artist

Instagram Takeover: Laylah Amatullah Barrayn

Brighton Photo Biennial, The Dandy Lion Project contributor, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn, takes over our Instagram account in the lead up to the festival.

© Frances F. Denny , Hope in the guest bedroom, (from the series 'Let Virtue Be Your Guide'), Archival pigment print, Courtesy of ClampArt, New York City

Ideas on Talent: Frances F. Denny

U.S based photographer, Frances F. Denny speaks about her series and publication, ‘Let Virtue Be Your Guide’ and latest works, ‘Pink Crush’ as part of our Ideas on Talent series.

© Molly Landreth, Cooper, Oakland, CA. 2009

FlakPhoto Instagram Takeover for BPB16

FlakPhoto’s taking over our Instagram for BPB16. Show us your Self Styled images by tagging them with hashtag #flakphotobpb16

Madia, Catania, Sicily, Italy, November 2015. © Daniel Castro Garcia / John Radcliffe Studio

Showcase: Daniel Castro Garcia

Daniel Castro Garcia and the John Radcliffe Studio introduce us to a body of work charts the journeys and migration stories of people making their way into Europe.

© Jack Latham, from the series Sugar Paper Theories, 2016

Ideas on Talent: Jack Latham

Photographer, Jack Latham, speaks to us about his latest series and new publication ‘Sugar Paper Theories’.

"Nailah, NYC Veil, 2014" © Sara Shamsavari

Instagram takeover: Sara Shamsavari

BPB16 exhibitor, Sara Shamsavari, takes over our Instagram account in the lead up to Brighton Photo Biennial 2016.

© Rita Chauveau, 1967 (expo 67) Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Showcase: Rita Chauveau

Rita Chauveau (4 Feb 1911 – 20 Jan 2005) was a street photographer born in Montreal, Canada.

© David Brandon Geeting
Flowers Under Freezer Shelf, 2015

Interview: Paper Journal’s Patricia Karallis

Paper Journal are presenting an exhibition of works by former contributors at Webber Represents Gallery during September 2016, to celebrate their third birthday. We spoke to founder and editor, Patricia Karallis about the forthcoming show.

Image courtesy of the artist, 2016.

Instagram takeover: Cameron Alexander

Photographer, Cameron Alexander, featured in the Photoworks Annual 2016, becomes our guest editor for our Instagram account, August 2016.

© Andrei Lionachescu Brighton Photo Biennial 2014

Volunteering with Photoworks for Brighton Photo Biennial 2016 – Deadline Extended

Come help us deliver the seventh edition of Brighton Photo Biennial

© Delphine Fawundu

Instagram Takeover: Delphine Fawundu

Brighton Photo Biennial artist, Delphine Fawundu, takes over our Instagram account, August 2016.


Showcase: Marianne Bjørnmyr

Marianne Bjørnmyr series ‘An Authentic Relation’ looks at a diary found on the barren and desolate South-Atlantic island of Ascension in 1726.

'Untitled' from the series Tears of Stone © James Wilde.

Showcase: James Wilde

Selected as a Photoworks Award winner, 2016 LCC BA Photography graduate James Wilde explores emotional distance, isolation and fear in this personal photographic story.

The Honeymoon Suite, 2015 © Juno Calypso / TJ Boulting. From the series ‘The Honeymoon’.

Ideas on Talent: Juno Calypso

We spoke to Juno Calypso, 2016 Foam Talent Winner, as part of our Talent Development series, discussing her process, the balance of making work, and what’s next for her.

© David Fathi, Untitled, From the Series, 'Wolfgang', 2016

Showcase: David Fathi

Recent winner of the Portfolio Award Rencontres d’Arles 2016, photographer David Fathi explores ‘The Pauli Effect’ through the CERN archives, with his series ‘Wolfgang’.

Cristina De Middel "This is What Hatred Did", 2015

Interview: Cristina de Middel

Cristina de Middel, documentary photographer turned artist spoke to us about her process of making work, how she sees the world, and what’s next for her.

Screen Shot 2016-07-26 at 12.02.15

Showcase: Edita Kalesinskaite

Edita Kalesinskaite’s project explores the cost of meat in this video installation.

© Kazem Hakimi, from the series OX4, 2016

Showcase: Chip shop owner, Kazem Hakimi, photographs his customers

Taking portraits of customers while their food is cooking, Oxford-based Kazem Hakimi uses available lighting at the back of his takeaway shop.


Instagram takeover: Edmund Clark

Edmund Clark is an award-winning artist whose work links history, politics, and representation.