Art on show in Brighton & Hove and Sussex
Here’s your guide to events, what’s new this week and what to catch before it’s gone.
ANARCHO CYCLIST DISKO WITH JASON EVANS
Mon 13 OCT 18:30-21:00
At THE MINICLICK BUSINESS CONCERN
This give-and-take performance presentation looks at collaboration and interaction in Jason’s work, from the web to the music and fashion industries, from the classroom to the gallery. Jason will share his methods whilst making new pictures. First 10 visitors in fancy dress receive a print.
FILMS AT 41
16 OCT 19:00 – 21:00
Photo – film based shorts curated by Wendy Pye and Graham Hulme. Presenting a selection of photographers’ short personal films exploring the theme of human survival. Bringing together a collection of works that have the graphic quality to the look of the films that evokes still photography as much as it does video. Artists include, Tim Hetherington, Roger Ballen and more..
A WALK BETWEEN PIERS:
Street Photography, workshop and Photowalk
18 OCT 14:30
Artista, 42 Waterloo St, BN3 1AY
Steve Boyle and Colin Miller share their ideas about creating great street images.
PHOTOGRAPHS RENDERED IN PLAY-DOH
Sat 18 OCT 11:00-17:00
To launch the new book from Eleanor MacNair’s hugely popular Photographs Rendered in Play-Doh project, published by MacDonaldStrand Photomonitor (MSPM), Miniclick host a day of play-doh rendering activities at The Miniclick Business Concern.
PHOTO PUBLISHERS’ MARKET
18–19 OCT 2014
At PHOENIX BRIGHTON
Brighton Photo Fringe, Photoworks and Miniclick bring you the Photo Publishers’ Market. Come and browse a stimulating mix of photobooks from established imprints, emerging houses and self publishers and buy direct from the publishers themselves. A full list of confirmed exhibitors can be found on our website.
The Camper Obscura is back!
14 OCT 10:00 – 17:00
By the kissing sculpture, Brighton Seafront (East Street Bastion)
Following the success of a flying visit to Brighton seafront for BPF12, Camper Obscura is back this year to delight and engage with this unique visual experience.
Camper Obscura is part of Fotonow CIC, delivering community focused education work and photographic research across the South West of England.
Every Saturday throughout the festival one of our friendly guides will walk with you to explore some of the exhibitions on show. Artists will be on hand to discuss their work with you, and we’ll round everything off with a chance to talk about what we’ve seen at the final stop on the tour. Book your place here: Meet at VANTAGE POINT: COLLECTIVES’ HUB at 11:30.
This week only:
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|Brighton Photo Biennial Events this Week
Artist Talk: Eugenie Dolberg
15 OCT 18.30-20.30
The Globe, Middle Street, Brighton
Eugenie Dolberg discusses Open Shutters Iraq, her photographic collaboration with Iraqi women, exploring their experiences of war and the occupation.
Film Screening and Q&A with Zed Nelson: Europe’s Immigration Disaster16 OCT 18.30-20:00 Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton
In October 2013 a boat carrying over 550 migrants from North Africa capsized off the Island of Lampedusa, within sight of a tourist beach. 360 people drowned, many of them women and children. Only 155 survived. This film from award winning photographer and film-director Zed Nelson, tells the inside story of the tragedy through the testimony of the survivors and follows Fanus, a teenage survivor – one of thousands of people who flee Eritrea every year in search of asylum.
This film was commissioned by Channel 4 from a trailer created after Zed’s Photoworks British School at Rome research residency.