Brighton Photo Fringe



This year Brighton Photo Fringe brings you BPF14, the sixth edition of one of the largest and most inclusive photography festivals in the UK. An established month-long platform, Brighton Photo Fringe supports photographers to self-organise exhibitions across the city of Brighton & Hove and along the South East coast.

The BPF14 events programme will include over 80 exhibitions and events, including pop-up displays, panel discussions, workshops, talks, guided tours, participatory events and a book fair. Underpinning and supporting this eclectic selection of exhibitions permeating the city this October, Brighton Photo Fringe are working closely with partners Metro Imaging, London’s most trusted and reliable pro lab, and Miniclick to deliver a number of events.

In addition to the festival exhibitions we present three BPF14 Hubs this year:



The Regency Town House: Peter Watkins

The Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN14 will be a solo exhibition by Peter Watkins, supported by our print partner Metro Imaging.

© Peter Watkins

You can also see a projection of photographers which were shortlisted for the OPEN14.

A free panel discussion with Daniel C. Blight, the BPF Trainee Curators and Peter Watkins will be held at RTH on Sunday 5 October.

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13 Brunswick Square, Hove, BN3 1EH
Thursday – Saturday 11am to 6pm | Sunday 12pm to 5pm


Phoenix Brighton

In the main gallery we’ll present Assembly, a solo exhibition by Anthony Luvera. Over the past year Anthony has been working with homeless people living in Brighton & Hove to create photographs and sound recordings, and to progress his ongoing series ‘Assisted Self-Portraits’.

© Assembly, by Anthony Luvera, 2013-14

Exhibition Dates: 4 – 26 October. Weds – Sun 11am – 5pm

Alongside this exhibition we will present two photography collectives, Wideyed and Format, whose work centres around events and participation and an exhibition of work from two participatory photography workshops with a group of young people who identify as black and minority ethnic that explored Identity and representation. There is also a new work by artist Rachel Gillies.

There will also be a host of events and activities including the Photo Publishers’ Market on 18 and 19 October.

10 – 14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB
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Vantage Point

We’re excited to announce that for this year’s festival we will be showcasing fourteen UK photography collectives selected from open submission. The BPF14 Collectives’ Hub will be on the 7th floor of Vantage Point, near Preston Circus, a large open plan office space just ten minutes walk from Brighton Station. Twelve collectives will be showing here, with two more, Wideyed Collective and Format Video and Photography Network, showing at Phoenix Brighton.

Participating collectives include:

A Natural Process: Alison Stolwood, Joan Alexander and Martin Seeds.

BPF Collectives Exhibition: Antonia Attwood, Katie Bret-Day and Anna Sheppard.

Natural Existence: Enemar Collective is a graduate art collective, formed of Mari Boman, Ross Alexander, Nicoline Vormdal Sandwith.

Geography Project: ELEPHANT are Natasha Bidgood, Lawrence Daley, Josephine Dimbleby, Hugh Fox and Steve Thompson.

Fluid: Esme Horne, Jure Kastelic, Reinis Lismanis and Patrick Raimondi Taylor

Sea of Plastic: Merge Collective are Tee Chandler and Paul Daly

A 100 Years Since…:Interlope collective is Fleur Alston, Ali Farmer and Elin Karlsson.

Hemera Collective: Essays
Hemera Collective is Jaime Marie Davis, Ashley Lumb, Claire Reece, Fangfei Chen, Kay Watson and Phillipa Wright. The artists being shown are Jennifer Bailey, Robert Chilton, Kuba Ryniewicz and Johanna Ward.

The Moscow Project: Mitch Karunaratne, Chloe Lelliott, Heather Shuker, David Sterry and Paul Walsh established the MAP6 photographic collective in 2011.

Roots: A collective consisting of four female photographers, Aloha Bonser-Shaw, Charlotte King, Lauren Maccabee and Charley Wilson.

Where We Stand/v2: Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Jamie Clark, Cinzia D’Ambrosi, Hanna­Katrina JedroszI, Phil Le Gal, Jenny B Mulder, Rob Stothard, Ross Paxton, Omur Black.

Autumn Germination: The Sprouting of New Ideas: This group exhibition, curated by Sue Steward for the Photo hub group, is part of the PhotoHastings New Discoveries season of photography launching in Hastings in October.


To purchase tickets to the official launch day of BPF14, please visit: