Brighton Photo Biennial 2014

19 June 2015

Brighton Photo Biennial is an ambitious, bold and innovative festival of international photography. It aims to offer a challenging and stimulating event to wide and varied audiences.

Brighton Photo Biennial is an ambitious, bold and innovative festival of international photography. It aims to offer a challenging and stimulating event to wide and varied audiences.

Brighton Photo Biennial returns for its sixth edition 4 October – 2 November 2014
Produced by Photoworks. Brighton Photo Biennial is the UK’s leading curated photography festival, promoting new thinking around photography through a commissioned programme of events and exhibitions.

This year’s theme is Communities, Collectives and Collaboration.

Stay tuned for the programme annoucement on the BPB14 website bpb.org.uk next month.
In the meantime, there are still plenty of ways for you to get involved

Previous editions have been curated by Jeremy Millar (2003), Gilane Tawadros (2006) and Julian Stallabrass (Memory of Fire, 2008), Martin Parr (New Documents, 2010). The most recent edition, Agents of Change:Photography and the Politics of Space, curated by Photoworks, attracted audiences of over of 100,000, making it one of the best attended photography festivals in the world.