Van-Leo Collection, Rare Books and Special Collections Library, The American University in Cairo
Really great interview with artist Anthony Lam in the latest issue of the Engage Journal (Engage 27 Exchange: Artists, Young People and Galleries).
We had the pleasure of working with Anthony during 2008 on the Post Up project, which gets a mention here. For details of how to get hold of a copy of the journal visit the Engag .....read more
We are pleased to be receiving continued Arts Council investment under the newly established status of National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) and excited to announce the integration of Brighton Photo Biennial and Photoworks.
Our NPO bid was as a merged organisation and we are delighted both organisations have secured a future for the next 3 years. The continued ACE investment recognises both organisations' proven track records in promoting and celebrating excellence in photography. We .....read more
All of the BPB 2010 Opening Weekend Talks have been uploaded to our YouTube Channel, including:
In Conversation: BPB 2010 - Martin Parr (BPB 2010 Guest Curator) explores his curatorial approach in conversation with Helen Cadwallader (BPB Executive Director).
Artist Talks - Stephen Gill, Rinko Kawauchi and Alec Soth present on their work commissioned for BPB 2010 reflecting on their ideas, subject matter and approach to making work. Alejandro C .....read more
Yesterday Sharla Mann, the Brighton Photo Biennial General Manager, left to begin her maternity leave. The BPB team would like to wish her all the best in the coming months, as I’m sure will the many other people that have met her during her time here.
In her absence Leah Bartcz .....read more
All photos from the BPB 2010 Opening Weekend are now up on Flickr, plus images from BPB 2010 Publishers Hub, BPB 2010 Street Presence and a few of the BPB Team, just follow the link below...
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The BPB Team would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We look forward to keeping you updated with the latest BPB news in 2011. .....read more
Now as well as images of the BPB 2010 exhibitions, we have uploaded photos taken at BPB 2010 In Conversation and Artists' Talks on Friday 1 October, as part of the Opening Weekend:
"The Biennial Opening Weekend began on Friday 1 through to Sunday 3 October, comprising a full programme of in conversations, talks and panel events, offering festival visitors the chance to meet many of the invited inte .....read more
"Two months at the Brighton Photo Biennial have flown by already and this fledgling Project Co-ordinator has tried her hand at a range of new things. Thrown in at the deep end, I spent my first day of work at a disused 1930’s department store. The exhibition New Ways of Looking was to be installed at the former Co-op on London Road, Brighton, and I was to go on-site for an afternoon..."
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"One day a week for 6 months. It doesn’t sound like much, and to tell the truth it isn’t that much. But there is a lot you can learn in that time, especially in such a diverse, exciting environment like that of the office of the UK’s largest curated photography festival..."
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Visit http://www.photoworksuk.org for further information about our partner, Photoworks. .....read more