Brighton Photo Fringe is a free city-wide festival of photography, featuring over 200 artists in more than 40 venues with exhibitions, talks, screenings, workshops and tours.
Brighton Photo Fringe 2016 runs from 1-30 October and presents bold new talent, experimenting with photography and moving image across a number of sites including Phoenix Brighton, King's House, ONCA, The Regency Town House and in shops, cafés, galleries, markets and cinemas all over Brighton & Hove and beyond.
Explore the city and see what makes photography such a central part of our everyday. Brighton Photo Fringe is one of the largest and most inclusive festivals of its kind.
There’s something for everyone and everybody’s invited.
Brighton Photo Fringe a registered charity that supports early-career photographers and lens-based artists, showcases new talent and enables all kinds of people to enjoy and experiment with photography. Every two years Brighton Photo Fringe designs and delivers one of the largest photographic festivals of its kind in the UK alongside the internationally acclaimed Brighton Photo Biennial.