Brighton Photo Biennial 2018
28th September – 28Th october
Curated by the prestigious Photoworks, the Brighton Photo Biennial returns 28 September – 28 October across Brighton & Hove, exhibiting eighteen artists over eight venues each exploring this year’s theme ‘A New Europe’. 23 Dukes Lane is home to artist Hrair Sarkissian showcasing his emotive work ‘Homesick’. Celebrate the launch on Friday 28th September between 6 – 9pm. All welcome!
Visit photoworks.org.uk for more info.
Sinna One and Friends
4th October – 14th October
Dukes Lane’s permanent pop-up venue at number 11 is showing a variety of work throughout October, kick-starting with Sinna One and Friends from 4th October.
Renowned muralist Sinna One, whose work is heavily influenced by music, comics, sci-fi, and graffiti culture, has been colouring Brighton’s streets for over 10 years. This one-week pop-up is a showcase of local creative talent selling prints and originals straight from the studio to the gallery. There will be a special preview evening to mark the opening of the space. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or for entry to this event.
You can see more of Sinna One’s work here.
Dukes Lane Collective
17th October – 28th October
In celebration of the Brighton Photo Fringe, Dukes Lane Collective – a group of five Brighton-based photographers – will exhibit a unique and diverse collaboration entitled ‘Deviation’ from 17th October. For 10 days only, and not to be missed, find at 11 Dukes Lane.
Aster Reem David Photography
31st October – 5th November
Aster is a UK based artist using photography and writing as therapeutic tools to explore the themes of personal memory, identity, and subjective issues surrounding mental health. Exhibiting her latest collection ‘Alternative Canada’ and more you can visit her one-week show from 31st October to 5th November.
Follow Aster’s work here.
Want to exhibit with us? Get in touch at email@example.com.
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