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No Man’s Land is a collaborative project that explores experiences of indefinite immigration detention in the UK.
Watch Émeric Lhuisset discuss his series L’Autre Rive shown as part of Brighton Photo Biennial 2018.
The Border Walks is a two-part documentary photographic project, in which Giulietta Verdon-Roe walked and photographed the entire length of the two English borders of the United Kingdom on her own, traversing over 430 miles to do so.
The two main tenets of Nigel Swannʼs photographic practice are concerned with ‘Landscape and Memoryʼ and ‘Architecture as Politicsʼ.
The Sea Stayed Calm for 180 Miles is a mixed media installation made up of 3 distinct elements- real-time stream from Google Earth, sound and the bench.
Heather Agyepong is a visual artist and performer who lives and works in London. Her art is concerned with mental health and wellbeing, activism, the diaspora and the archive.
Brighton Photo Biennial exhibitor and “photography royalty” Nigel Shafran, spoke with writer and critic, Francis Hodgson at an event during BPB16.
The Photographers’ Gallery Director, Brett Rogers O.B.E. reveals her choices to our regular host Stephen Bull.
The collaborative project by Olivia Arthur and Bharat Sikka that premiered at Brighton Photo Biennial 2016, is being shown with additional work at FOCUS Photography Festival Mumbai, 9-23 March 2017.
Photographer Karen Knorr discusses her work with reference to our 2016 Brighton Photo Biennial themes of style and identity.
We spoke to photographer, Ewen Spencer, about his project ‘Kick over the statues’, commissioned by Photoworks and Fabrica for Brighton Photo Biennial 2016.
Brighton Photo Biennial 2016 interactive installation panoramas.
BPB16 contributor and participant in ‘The Dandy Lion Project’, Arteh Odjidja takes over our Instagram account in November 2016
Reimagine Olivia Arthur and Bharat Sikka
A Photoworks/FOCUS Festival Mumbai co-commission in partnership with the University of Brighton
Kick over the statues Ewen Spencer
The Dandy Lion Project Curated by Shantrelle P. Lewis European premiere
Off the Page, Magdalena Keaney
Our City, How Do We Look? Chynna Guyat, Jennifer Jackson, Judith Ricketts and Sophia Wöhleke
British photographer, Nigel Shafran, was invited by Photoworks to create a ‘cabinet of curiosities’ especially for BPB16.
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.
During the weekend of October 22 – 23 Phoenix Brighton will host the second Photo Publishers’ Market organised by Brighton Photo Biennial and Brighton Photo Fringe.
Celebrated club and street-style photographer, Derek Ridgers reveals his choices to our regular host Stephen Bull.
An opportunity for emerging photographers to receive feedback from an impressive range of photography professionals.
Join us for the launch and opening weekend for a full and exciting programme of talks, guided tours and discussions that bring to life the wider themes explored in the Biennial.
The Dandy Lion Project contributor, Rose Callahan, takes over our Instagram account in the lead up to Brighton Photo Biennial, 2016.
Brighton Photo Biennial, The Dandy Lion Project contributor, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn, takes over our Instagram account in the lead up to the festival.
FlakPhoto’s taking over our Instagram for BPB16. Show us your Self Styled images by tagging them with hashtag #flakphotobpb16
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