Photo Fringe First Mondays 2019


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Father, from the series Confessionals, 2018

Join us to hear from the artist Gökhan Tanrıöver, who was the winner of the Photo Hastings Shutterhub Award for his participation in the Not the Final Project exhibition during BPF18. This presented the latest contemporary photographic practice from some of the finest emerging talent in the UK.

Gökhan Tanrıöver is a Turkish-born photographic artist living in London. Following a brief medical career he now dedicates his time to visual culture. Drawing on his training as a junior psychiatrist, his work consists of constructed imagery that focuses on personal and cultural identity informed by personal experience and memory.

Since completing his BA (Hons) Photographic Art (2017) at the University of Westminster he has been shortlisted for the Peaches and Cream Photography Competition (2017) and selected as a finalist in the Royal Photographic Society International Photography Exhibition 160. His work has been included in several group exhibitions including Separation and Belonging, which he co-curated as part of the Whitechapel Gallery’s First Thursday tour in May 2016. In 2017 he was chosen to participate in the Travers Smith CSR Art Programme and has received their Emerging Talent award in 2018 for his series Confessionals.

Following his debut solo show at Argentea Gallery Birmingham in May 2018, he is pursuing his MA Photography at the Royal College of Art.

Join us for an informal chat before and after the talk. We look forward to seeing you there.

Phoenix Brighton

Doors open 6.00pm for informal networking Talk at 6.30pm

Green Room, Phoenix Brighton 10–14 Waterloo Place Brighton BN2 9NB

Free and open to all, donations welcomed.

Main entrance with disabled access.

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