For its fourth edition, Brighton Photo Biennial 2010 presented New Documents, curated by the internationally renowned photographer, editor and curator Martin Parr
BPB 2010: New Documents reflected the immediacy and vibrancy of contemporary photographic practice, the eclectic passions found in collections of historic and vernacular photography and new commissions informed and inspired by the diverse communities and contexts of Brighton & Hove. BPB 2010 was the world’s first frame free photography festival and the curated programme was viewable entirely by foot presented in the public galleries and spaces of Brighton & Hove. A programme of related exhibitions showed at venues across the South East. Brighton Photo Biennial works in close partnership with Brighton Photo Fringe, collaborating on various projects and creating joint platforms, including the Fringe's keynote exhibition and the portfolio reviews.
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Brighton Photo Biennial is now working towards it's fifth edition in 2012.
BPB 2012 Commercial Sponsors and Partners will be announced in the future.