King's House: In Transition

BPF16 Emerging Curators exhibition

1–30 October

Thurs–Fri 12:00–18:30
Sat–Sun 11:00–18:30

In light of the imminent sale of the building, and relocation of Brighton & Hove City Council offices, this exhibition explores King's House as a transitional space. Portraits by photographer Caitlin Chescoe, alongside oral histories by Brighton & Hove City Council staff, document the journeys being made throughout the building, making visible the many untold stories of King’s House.

King's House: In Transition was curated by Sarah French, Jamila Prowse and Ruby Rees-Sheridan, Brighton Photo Fringe 2016 emerging curators.

(Images: Caitlin Chescoe, King's House In Transition, 2016)

5 King's House
Grand Avenue
Hove, BN3 2LS

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