JOIN US FOR THE BPF18 LAUNCH - SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER


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We look forward to welcoming everybody to the launch of Brighton Photo Fringe 2018.

Held across Brighton on Saturday 29 September

5pm - 8pm
Regency Town House
The evening kicks off with Brewdog beers and a series of new exhibitions at Regency Town House:

Tim Andrews: Over Hills and Seas
Simon Roberts: The Brexit Lexicon
Barry Falk: Thresholds of the Mind
Elin Carlsson: Made For Life
Matthew Beach: Prospect for the More-Than-Human
MiniClick Collective: United and Industrious

6pm - 9pm
Phoenix Brighton
The BPF18 Collectives' Hub will open with a range of new exhibitions from the following collectives:

Revolv / London Alternative Photography Collective / New Grounds / Creative Storm / My Brighton & Hove Project / Ontic / MAP6 / Form

Showing alongside these exhibitions will be the OPEN18 Young Photographers award; Reflections of Us, a project for young people led by Jamila Prowse of Typical Girls Magazine; a showcase by Metro Imaging staff and mentees and a project by the Rocket Artists in their studio.

8pm Opening speeches in the main gallery, Phoenix Brighton

ONCA Gallery

OPEN18 SOLO winner Sarah Howe's exhibition Consider Falling, with the 20 short-listed OPEN18 SOLO artists. In the basement, the OPEN18 Moving Image finalists.

9pm - 12am

Following the openings, please join us for the official launch party at Carousel's for celebrating, dancing and, of course, photography.

This event is ticketed in order to help us raise ongoing funds for the BPF programme. Over 18s only - please bring ID. Limited tickets on the door and limited numbers inside. Book your ticket now and arrive early to ensure entry.

We look forward to celebrating with you!

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE!

Carousel's
216-225 Kings Road Arches, Brighton
BN1 1NB
Beers at Regency Town House sponsored by Brewdog


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