Desert Island Pics with Sean O’Hagan

The Guardian's photography writer Sean O’Hagan chooses eight photographs to take with him to a virtual desert island. Stephen Bull (Photography Course Leader, University for the Creative Arts), discusses Sean’s choices with him and examines how they reflect his life and career.

The format of Desert Island Pics is loosely based on the Radio 4 programme Desert Island Discs, where guests are invited to select eight tracks they would wish to have with them on a desert island.

This event took place as part of the 2012 Brighton Photo Biennial; you can view the details of this event here.

Related project: Desert Island Pics

Loosely following the format of Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, our touring photography talks series invites artists, writers and curators to select which eight images they’d take with them to a desert island.

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