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    20 Exhibitions at Phoenix Brighton

  • On the surface of images

    Jinkyun Ahn
    06 Oct–18 Nov 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    Brighton Photo Fringe and Phoenix Brighton are pleased to present On the surface of images, an exhibition by Jinkyun Ahn. This exhibition was selected from over 100 submissions to the Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN 2012 by Clare Grafik, Susanna Brown and Oliver Chanarin. On the surface of images is Ah ...
  • IS THAT IT

    Natasha Caruana, Zoe Childerley, Miranda Gavin, Karen Grainger, ...
    23 Oct–04 Nov 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    IS THAT IT is a Tri-pod group show of work in progress by nine photographers/IS THAT IT is about getting work out there/IS THAT IT is exploring and engaging with the audience/IS THAT IT is about having a deadline/IS THAT IT is stopping the process before it ends/IS THAT IT wants open conversation/IS ...
  • The Photocopy Club

    Open call for submissions
    06 Oct–18 Nov 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    An opportunity to exhibit at the Phoenix Brighton with the Photocopy Club. The idea is to get photography off the internet and get printed matter back into the hands of the public. Join in the Opening exhibition, Self Portraits and Research Journals and the Closing exhibition. Or just come down to t ...
  • Photobookshow - The Archive

    Various 250+
    06 Oct–18 Nov 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    After 3 international calls for photobooks, and 4 exhibitions showcasing over 180 books, we'll be at Fringe Focus during the festival where you can access the complete archive of photobooks that have been donated over the last year. A great opportunity to see over 250 photobooks, punctuated by a se ...
  • Unphotographable

    Michael David Murphy, The Entente
    06 Oct–18 Nov 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    A collaborative project exploring the use of words to capture unphotographed images "Opportunities missed. Simple failures. Occasions when I wished I'd taken the picture, or not forgotten the camera, or had been brave enough to click the shutter." (Michael David Murphy) Come be inspired and scr ...
  • 'does not suggest death within 6 months is likely to occur'

    Sean Carroll
    06–14 Oct 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    Provoked by the Welfare Reform Bill 2010-2012, a photo documentary into life after a sub-arachnoid brain haemorrahage. The project follows the artist's Father and questions a possible return to work after 16 years on incapacity benefit.
  • Border Work: Nogales

    Alice Myers
    06–14 Oct 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    Border Work focuses on a bus station in Nogales, a town on the Mexico border that receives thousands of people who have been deported from the USA. The work explores this space of permanent transience. Everyone is waiting to leave but nothing happens quickly here.
  • Origins of Encounter

    Joan Alexander, Luke A.R. Hamblin, Louise Maher
    06–21 Oct 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    Origins of Encounter presents the work of Joan Alexander, Luke A.R. Hamblin and Louise Maher. Coming from three distinct historical perspectives and utilizing diverse modes of production & presentation they each examine notions of the encounter in relation to place, narrative and the photographic.
  • The Singing Will Never Be Done

    Helen Cammock
    11–11 Oct 2012
    Thu 18:30-20:30
    A screening and talk about her practice, Helen often looks to how the individual is represented within collective experience and how our political and social structural frameworks shape this experience. Helen is invested in giving voice to some of those experiences, perhaps voices that have been mar ...
  • Roadside Britain

    Sam Mellish
    16–21 Oct 2012
    Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00
    Celebrating 4 years of work and to coincide with a national book launch, Roadside Britain shows the traditional and quintessential aspects of British truck-roadside culture in a series of beautiful images from across the length and breadth of the UK. Book orders: www.dieselbooks.co.uk