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2020 marks our 25th anniversary. Our plans to host a IRL party have been postponed but we would still love your help marking this special occasion.
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Join Photoworks Director Shoair Mavlian and Maria Kapajeva in conversation at 4.30pm BST on Thursday 21 May via Zoom.
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Silvia Rosi shares her wider practice and new work produced for the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards.
Theo Simpson shares his interests and research areas of his wider practice, specifically around the work he made for the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2020.
Photoworks and Project Art Works have commissioned Anna Farley for In Focus, to make a new work for an upcoming solo exhibition.
Photoworks and Project Artworks have commissioned a programme of action research and photography activities for neurodiverse adults and young people as part of the In Focus programme.
Listen to Lynn Weddle discuss the making of Brighton Photo Biennial exhibition ‘Why Are We Leaving?’ where young people from Brighton & Hove used photography to respond to the themes of this year’s festival.
Watch Heather Agyepong discuss her series ‘Habitus: Potential Realities’ shown as part of Brighton Photo Biennial 2018.
Listen to Robin Maddock discuss his series ‘Nothing We Can’t Fix By Running Away’ shown as part of Brighton Photo Biennial 2018.
Watch Tereza Červeňová discuss her series ‘June’ shown as part of Brighton Photo Biennial 2018.
Listen to Inès de Bordas, Curator of Cross Channel Photographic Mission as part of the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018, discuss her choices and the history of the exhibition.
Watch Émeric Lhuisset discuss his series L’Autre Rive shown as part of Brighton Photo Biennial 2018.
Photographs taken immediately before and during the destruction of the migrant and refugee camp in Calais known as The Jungle.
During London Art Fair 2018, contributors to our photography art and visual culture journal, Photoworks Annual, discussed ideas explored within the LGBTQ+ themed Issue 24.
Former Photoworks Director and HOUSE Biennial Curator, Celia Davies, talks with photographic artist Natasha Caruana about her 2017 HOUSE/Photoworks co-commission, ‘Timely Tale’, plus her wider practice.
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