Monthly Archives: October 2014

Franco/British Artist Residency – summer 2015

Chateau de Sacy are presently inviting submissions from British artists wishing to spend a month at Sacy in the summer of 2015. The work must be site-specific and transcend language barriers. The residency includes free accommodation and work space, along with an … Continue reading

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Jerwood Makers Open 2015 – Call for entries

An opportunity for artists and collaborative practices working across craft and design disciplines On offer are five awards of £7,500 and support to develop new work over a period of six months. The work will be exhibited as part of the … Continue reading

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Twixt Two Worlds

Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 An exploration of the transition between still and moving images sees historic cinematic techniques and apparatus set alongside works from contemporary artists. Inspired by the Barnes Brothers’ early cinema collection at Hove Museum, Twixt Two Worlds … Continue reading

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Five Contemporary Photography Collectives

Brighton Photo Biennial 2014  An exploration of collaborative working methods, with five very different contemporary photography collectives. These contemporary views on photography provide a route into current conversations around the resurgence of photography collectives. Invited for their varying styles and … Continue reading

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A Return to Elsewhere

Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 Two locations, two photographers, working together to exchange experiences and perspectives, sharing the process of making to create a single project Photographers, Kalpesh Lathigra (UK) and Thabiso Sekgala (SA), have used the framework of collaboration to … Continue reading

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Amore E Piombo: The Photography of Extremes in 1970’s Italy

Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 Enter a tumultuous era with this unparalleled collection of photographs made by a group of photographers working for the Rome-based agency Team Editorial Services. The press photographers constantly shifted between battling film stars at play and … Continue reading

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The Amazing Analogue: How We Play Photography

Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 German photographer Jan Von Hollenben collaborates with young people from Brighton & Hove and employs perspective, props and a box of tricks that owes much to the early film pioneers celebrated in Hove Museum’s extraordinary collection. … Continue reading

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