Eight of our exhibiting artists will be invited to talk about their work Pecha Kucha style (20 slides, 20 seconds each). Read More...

Photofusion SALON/15 exhibition is representative of the diverse community of Members who are working across all genres of photography. Miranda Gavin reviews. Read More...

Miranda Gavin, editor at large for Hotshoe, will be talking about competitions and submissions. She’ll be sharing insights into the selection process, weighing up the pros and cons of competitions, and discussing what makes a “winning” image. Read More...

To mark the opening of Francesca Moore’s exhibition Bhopal: Facing 30, Photofusion will host an ‘In Conversation’ with Martin Barnes, Senior Curator, Photographs, Victoria and Albert Museum. Read More...

Our first ‘Photofusion Wednesday’ happened last week with the launch of Spencer Murphy’s new exhibition, The Abyss Gazes Into You. Thank you Spencer, thank you Kim and thank you Jenna for a great launch. Read More...

To accompany the Spencer Murphy exhibition we have an evening of portfolio reviews with Spencer Murphy, Christiane Monarchi and Anthony Luvera. Read More...

Photofusion are pleased to be working with ChantiMedia again for another panel discussion. This discussion will feature AJ Silistre, Lizzy Brown, Fiona Compton and Sherion Mullings will be held here at the Photofusion Photofusion Gallery. Read More...

In 2012 Corrie Wingate (NCM participant) set off to Kenya to run a participatory photography project with a bunch of kids at ANIDAN, a children’s shelter on Lamu island. The results from the workshops were quite extraordinary and prompted a discussion about providing a creative education to the children on Lamu island.  One year later a dedicated art centre was built on site at ANIDAN and has since been providing an arts education for around 200 children. One full time art teacher is employed and several local artists teach at weekends.  In 2014 a grant was awarded by The African Read More...

ChantiMedia presents a panel discussion of 5 photographers who will discuss in detail the importance of documenting culture and history of the Caribbean and it’s diaspora, the discussion will be chaired by Chantal Miller founder of ChantiMedia. Read More...

Sonia Jeunet will share her insights and experience working as a photo editor for various international magazines, photo agencies and currently at Panos Pictures. Read More...

Gina Glover, Geof Rayner and Jessica Rayner talk about their book, The Metabolic Landscape: Perception, Practice and the Energy Transition. Read More...

Each artist will have a slideshow of 20 images, and only 20 seconds per image to talk, resulting in a series of quickfire talks lasting exactly 6 minutes and 40 seconds each, followed by a short Q&A session at the end. Read More...

Tuesday 11th November / 7pm to 9pm / £10 – booking essential We have some limited space available for this Artist Talk in the Photofusion Gallery. Here you will have a chance to join those that supported How Great Thou Art via Kickstarter in meeting Charlie Phillips and asking him any questions you may have about his long and varied career – from growing up in a single room apartment in Ladbroke Grove on arrival from Jamaica, to his days as a paparazzo in Rome and his later career as a chef at Smokey buy phentermine for cheap Joe’s Diner Read More...

Wednesday 26th November / Brixton Library / 6.30pm – 8.30pm Free but booking essential  Join the team behind the How Great Thou Art exhibition at Brixton Library in a discussion about the themes and values explored by Charlie Phillip’s photographic retrospective of African Caribbean funerals in London. The exhibition is being shown at Photofusion from 7th November – 5th December and explores the traditions and changes of African Caribbean funerals in the UK since 1962. The exhibition and the talk will offer new insights on the traditions of nine nights, religion, dress, food, music and photography at funerals over the decades. Charlie will Read More...

To mark World Mental Health Day, Antonia Attwood and Gina Glover will show examples of photographic and moving image works that explore the realm of mental illness from personal and impersonal perspectives. They will be in conversation with Dr David O’Flynn, Consultant Psychiatrist at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Chair of the Adamson Collection Trust. Read More...

Join Davide Monteleone (photojournalist) and Emeric Glayse (curator and Development Manager for the Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award) for a discussion of Monteleone’s work and experiences as a photojournalist. Read More...

Please join us for a discussion and Q&A between British practicing documentary war photographer and photojournalist Giles Duley and award-winning frontline journalist and documentary filmmaker, James Brabazon. Following this will be a screening of the film Which Way is the Frontline from Here? Read More...

Photofusion’s origins derive from the left-wing photographic collective and picture library – the Photo Co-op (1979 – 1991). Come join us to launch the online archive of the Co-ops eleven year existence and community activism. Read More...

We are pleased to announce that the authors of The Metabolic Landscape: Gina Glover, Geof Rayner, and Jessica Rayner will be launching their new book and giving a talk at Photofusion! Read More...

Sharon, Sadaf and Siân will be discussing their photographic projects in the exhibition, touching upon thecommon themes and ideas running through the three bodies of work, and about their artistic careers since graduating. Read More...

In celebration of International Women’s Day on Saturday 8th March, Photofusion has organised some exciting events. Pop-Up Portrait Studio Saturday 8 March, 12:00 – 17:00 This event is free and open to all. No booking required Venue: Outside Photofusion Studio, Brixton Market, Coldharbour Lane entrance (next to Rosie’s Cafe) Photofusion photographers and community programme tutors, Scarlett Crawford and Jemella Binns, will be running a pop-up studio where women of all ages can have their photograph taken as part of Photofusion’s celebration of women and photography. Sitters will get a print of their shoot to take away with them. Look out Read More...

Edgar will be giving a talk and presentation about his project The Time Machine. Read More...

An exhibition presenting the legacy of the British Black Panther movement will be coming to Brixton in October. Read More...

Artists Anne Vinogradoff and Jocelyn Allen will be discussing their work in the exhibition and the benefits of supportive creative workshops such as Tri-pod, facilitated by Miranda Gavin & Wendy Pye. Read More...

Tri-pod aims to support visual artists with Projects in Process (PiP) and launched weekend project development workshops at Photofusion during 2012 and 2013. The exhibition INSIDE OUT will showcase work by two participants from these workshops: Jocelyn Allen and Milly-Anne Vinogradoff. Read More...

Yesterday afternoon saw a group of people ranging from those who had grown up in a prefab and had fond memories to share, those whose parents lived in a prefab, as well as those who just found these “temporary” steel bungalows interesting. Read More...