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The Beauty Spot

Fabrica – Brighton http://fabrica.org.uk Four speakers explore our complex relationship with natural world. Art historian Dr Alexandra Loske outlines late 18th century concepts of the beautiful, the sublime and the picturesque and discusses the relationship between nature and the individual – a key subject in Romantic landscape painting. Ecologist Rich Howorth is Project Officer for […]

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Pop Up Cinema

The films being screened all harness the added power that emerges when whole communities or those directly involved in the events are participants in the re-enactment. In the conflicts and atrocities depicted – spanning more than 200 years of history – what also emerges are the economic and class issues behind the violence and how […]

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Mini Click Talk

Lucia Pizzani Miniclick photo talk @The Old Market, Brighton. Dafna Talmor, Lucia Pizzani and Esme Horne An interesting talk describing the process and techniques of each of the three photographers. I loved the talk by Lucia Pizzani, she talked about her influences from the Orchid destroyers of Kew to Beatrix Potters scientific papers on fungus […]

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House 2015 Exhibition

House 2015 Art exhibition – Top tips for this years House Exhibitions housefestival.org/house-festival-2015 Amanda Loomes Servant’s Hall – The Regency Town House Basement 10 Brunswick Square Hove 2 – 24 May (+ Bank Holiday Monday) – Wednesday to Sunday 12 – 6pm – Free entry Amanda Loomes –  “Relict Material is a new film installation from Amanda […]

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Marcus Coates – Dawn Chorus

DAWN CHORUS Fabrica –  Brighton fabrica.org.uk About Marcus Coates Thanks to his interest in ornithology, zoology and anthropology, he has honed a series of skills to break free of his own human condition and explore the world through the mind and body of animals by literally taking on their own skin. In his films he […]

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BERG

Imagined set design of the novel ‘Berg’ By Ann Quin who lived and wrote about Brighton’s seedy bedsit life.

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Brighton Photo Fringe 2014

So much and all around Brighton just some highlights. http://www.photofringe.org/ Peter Watkins The Regency Town House 13 Brunswick Square, Hove, BN3 1EH 4 Oct – 2 Nov 2014 Thursday – Saturday 11am to 6pm Sunday 12pm to 5pm Wonderful bread installation at the Regency Town house basement… mmm loaves. Vantage Point: Collectives’ Hub The BPF14 […]

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First Light : Still

http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/whats-on “A journey through the inspirational photographic history of this Brighton institution.” Brighton-based photographic gallery First Light celebrates its thirty year history with an exhibition at the University of Brighton Gallery in July and August. It will include the work of international, iconic photographers including Thurston Hopkins, Grace Robertson and Walker Evans, Nicholas Sinclair, and […]

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House 2014 Brighton

HOUSE 2014: Migration, Refuge and Territory Invited Artist: Yinka Shonibare MBE ‘Yinka Shonibare MBE’s new sculptural installation The British Library explores the impact of immigration on all aspects of British culture and considers notions of territory and place, cultural identity, displacement and refuge. Selected artists Leah Gordon, Phillip Hall-Patch, Ester Svensson & Rosanna Martin and […]

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Romek Marber

Romek Marber

At the Sallis Bonney Theatre, the University of Brighton Until April 9th romek-marber-exhibition Small exhibition of this amazing graphic designer, showing work from his time at Penguin books re-designing the covers for the crime genres and other major design areas like the magazine covers of  ‘The Observer’ paper. Marbers simple use of black and green […]

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