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Coursework: P.94: Brighton Photo Biennial 2008.

Exercise brief:

Look at the 2 essays in the publication and at the work the curator selected for the exhibition then write a short press release of around 250 words in your learning log – in your own words. 361 more words

Coursework

Brighton Photo Biennial

Upon my visit to the Brighton Photo Biennial I couldn’t help notice that the work was very limited and I personally found it very dull. I found the galleries to be very limited and the Photographic work was not of very high standards. 199 more words

Meanings

Brighton Photo Biennial

Recently I attended Brighton Photo Biennial one of the UK’s largest international photography festivals, which had returned for its sixth edition.  This year there were a number of projects and works on the theme of Communities, Collectives & Collaboration. 532 more words

3. Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 18th and 19th November 2014

Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 : Commun ities, Collectives & Collaboration
Weekend Study Visit with OCA

The weekend was packed full of people, places and photographs. Many thanks to Gareth, Angela, Clive, Jesse and Russell for their input. 2,588 more words

Research And Reflections

Brighton Photo Biennial

A small group of us took a coach across to Brighton to go visit the 2014 Brighton Photo Biennial. It is the sixth edition and many exhibitions are being shown in various locations in Brighton and all have a diversity of images. 603 more words

Brighton Photo Biennial

We went on a day trip to Brighton to visit the Photo Biennial where I viewed many different exhibitions. Some that stood out to me and really caught my attention included the Plane Materials exhibition by Cornford and Cross and Andrew Lacon, the Mass Education Project by individuals of the British public and Assembly, which was a solo exhibition by Anthony Luvera. 212 more words

Brighton Photo Biennial 2014

“Brighton Photo Biennial, the UK’s largest international photography festival, returns for its sixth edition.  For BPB14, we break with the single curator model and instead we are working in close partnership with a host of regional, national and international collaborators to develop a series of new projects on the theme of Communities, Collectives & Collaboration. 180 more words