Brighton Photo Biennial 2010

For its fourth edition, Brighton Photo Biennial 2010 will present New Documents, curated by the internationally renowned photographer, editor and curator Martin Parr. The Biennial Opening Weekend begins on Friday 1 through to Sunday 3 October, comprising a full and exciting programme of in conversations, talks and panel events offering festival visitors the change to meet many of the invited international artists, to discuss and debate ideas shaping current photographic practice.

Please follow this link to download the Biennial Opening Weekend programme. To Purchase Tickets (click here).

Planning your visit: for visitor information, accommodation details and booking assistance go to the Calender page for links under Guides & More Information section.

BPB 2010: New Documents will reflect the immediacy and vibrancy of contemporary photographic practice, the eclectic passions found in collections of historic and vernacular photography and new commissions informed and inspired by the diverse communities and contexts of Brighton & Hove.  BPB 2010 will be the world’s first frame free photography festival and the curated programme will be viewable entirely on foot presented in the public galleries and spaces of Brighton & Hove.  A programme of related exhibitions will be on show at venues across the South East. Brighton Photo Biennial works in close partnership with Brighton Photo Fringe, collaborating on various projects and creating joint platforms, including the Fringe’s keynote exhibition and the portfolio reviews.

Duration 02 October 2010 - 14 November 2010
Times Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm and other times see web
Cost Free
Venue Royal Pavilion
Address Royal Pavilion Gardens and other venues Brighton BN1 1EE, ,
Contact + 44 (0)1273 290900 / /

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