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Watch: BPB16 Nigel Shafran in conversation with Francis Hodgson

Brighton Photo Biennial exhibitor and “photography royalty” Nigel Shafran, spoke with writer and critic, Francis Hodgson at an event during BPB16.

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Watch: BPB16 Desert Island Pics with Brett Rogers

The Photographers’ Gallery Director, Brett Rogers O.B.E. reveals her choices to our regular host Stephen Bull.

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Watch: BPB16 Karen Knorr, Presenting Ladies

Photographer Karen Knorr discusses her work with reference to our 2016 Brighton Photo Biennial themes of style and identity.

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From the Archive: In conversation – Wolfgang Tillmans

During Brighton Photo Biennial 2010, photographer Wolfgang Tillmans spoke about his career in conversation with Joanna Lowry.

EXPOSURE: Profiles by Woody Evans
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Exposure by LCA

Watch a video showcase of photography produced by young people in Brighton for Photoworks Photography Club

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Interview: HOUSE Festival and Photoworks selected artist Felicity Hammond

We interviewed HOUSE Festival and Photoworks co-commissioned artist Felicity Hammond about her new series ‘Show Room: The Language of Living’.

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Recording: Jerwood/Photoworks Awards Exhibition Tour with Mariama Attah

Enjoy audio and still images of a Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 exhibition tour led by Photoworks Programme Curator, Mariama Attah, recorded December 2015 at Jerwood Space, London.

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Watch: Desert Island Pics with Olivia Arthur

Olivia Arthur discusses which eight photographs she would take to a desert island with host, Stephen Bull.

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Video: Generation ART: Young Artists on Tour

Work created by young people for Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 is touring The UK

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Video: In Conversation: Jerwood/Photoworks Awardees – 23 November 2015

Watch footage of the three JPA15 Awardees: Matthew Finn, Joanna Piotrowska and Tereza Zelenkova in conversation with Martin Barnes at Jerwood Space, London, 2015.

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Video: Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 Installation

Watch the installation of the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 at Jerwood Space, London, October 2015.

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Video: An Interview with ‘Revelations’ Co-Curator Ben Burbridge

Photoworks Associate and Co-Curator of Revelations, Dr Ben Burbridge outlines the role of science in photography.

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WATCH: Amanda Loomes, HOUSE 2015 selected artist, co-commissioned with Photoworks

Artist, Amanda Loomes discusses her work to be shown at Regency Town House as part of a co-commission with HOUSE 2015 and Photoworks.

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WATCH: Desert Island Pics with Nick Waplington

By Nick Waplington

Photographer Nick Waplington, chooses eight photographs to take with him to an imaginary desert island. Interviewed by our regular host Stephen Bull, Nick discusses his choices and how they reflect his life and career.

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WATCH: Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 – Interview with Oliver Chanarin

Broomberg & Chanarin’s Oliver Chanarin, one of the Selection Panellists for the inaugural Jerwood/Photoworks Awards, discusses the process of selecting the three winners.

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Still Moving – A short film by Abigail Norris

Still Moving is a film by Abigail Norris shot in relation to the Brighton photo Biennial 2014 exhibition Stories Seen Through a Glass Plate.

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Ideas Series: Gerry Johansson, Antarktis, 2014

By Lucy Moore

In this video Lucy Moore, director of Claire de Rouen Books, looks at Swedish photographer Gerry Johansson’s book Antarktis, 2014.

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WATCH: Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 – Interview with Lucy Moore

By Lucy Moore

Before the three winners of the inaugural Jerwood/Photoworks Awards were selected, Director of Claire de Rouen Books, Lucy Moore, discussed the Awards and what she hoped to find as one of the selection panellists.

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Video: Valentina Quintanol on Perspectives

We caught up with Valentina Quintanol to discuss her Brighton Photo Biennial commission with One Planet City.

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Video: Jan van Holleben on Collaboration

We caught up with Jan van Holleben to discuss his Brighton Photo Biennial commission with One Planet City and his thoughts on collaboration.

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Video: Thomas Ball Interview

We caught up with Thomas Ball whilst shooting, for a quick insight into his BPB14 One Planet City commission.

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Video: Amanda Jackson on Collaboration

We caught up with Amanda Jackson to discuss her Brighton Photo Biennial commission with One Planet City.

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Video: Installing poster exhibition – not going shopping

Watch the installation of the city-wide poster exhibition in Brighton and hear the artist’s thoughts on the project.

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Commissioned by Queer in Brighton, artist Anthony Luvera has collaborated with city residents to create photographs expressing personal perspectives on being queer in Brighton & Hove. The results are shown in a city-wide poster exhibition, free newspaper, online blog and a soft-back book.

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Ideas Series: Being There by Claudia Sola

By Annebella Pollen

As if coming back into consciousness, out of the black-and-white blur and buzz of interference, a black-and-white image of a pair of formally dressed lovers appears. Slightly nervous, clutching a bouquet in a commemorative studio photograph at least half a century old, these are Claudia Sola’s grandparents on their wedding day.

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Video: Installing Jerwood Encounters: Family Politics, curated by Photoworks

Watch the exhibition being installed in Jerwood Space and hear the artists’ thoughts on the show.

Stuart Layton, still from There's Nothing Behind This Gate Worth Dying For, 2013. Digital Video, Projection. 4:42
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Showcase: Stuart Layton

Stuart Layton’s work explores the passing down of history, folklore & childhood recollections. He questions the extent to which history is fabricated to suit the political agenda of the day.

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Showcase: Claudia Sola

Claudia Sola is constantly searching for new ways to place daily happenings into a universal context.