Nick Ford, Jim Browning, Russell Watkins, Roy & Alison Morris, Manel Ortega, Nikki Compson & Lucy Cullingworth, Rachel Ferriman & Jay Richards

1–30 October

Mon–Sun 10:00–17:00

Ten photographers. Eight events. A month of visual diversity!

Nick Ford - Hard Drive / Jim Browning - Auld Reekie 1-6 Oct

Russell Watkins - Bekaa to Zaatari: Syrian stories, UK Aid 7-13 Oct

Studio Open Day - 14 Oct

Roy & Alison Morris - (MNO Gallery) Cuba & India Exposed 15-18 Oct

Manel Ortega - Dancers 19-20 Oct

Nikki Compson & Lucy Cullingworth - Disposition: a projection 21-24 Oct

Rachel Ferriman & Jay Richards - London & Other Places 25-30 Oct

Accessibility: This venue is accessible for wheelchair users 


28 Nick Ford Photography
19 Oxford Street
Brighton, BN1 4LA

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