Reconnecting Arts presents 8 Lens Based Artists from the Arab world & Diaspora at the Brighton Photo Fringe.

Online Exhibition Catalogue. 

Click above to view the exhibition catalogue that was handed out to over 1150 visitors for free. Best viewed on a desktop.

1Reconnecting Arts a platform that supports emerging Middle Eastern Creatives presents a collective of 8 lens based artists from the Middle East and Diaspora. They reflect on their journeys and the complexities of an identity that is constantly reconnecting.

With this, Reconnecting Arts, invites the audience to reflect on their own identity as well as discover similarities between them, the work and the artists.

While all the artists are using a photographic method, the way in which each artist has approached the medium is experimental and questions the way in which the medium is used. The ways in which each one of them reconnects with their surroundings, their past, present and future are all explored freely through imagery, installation and video.

We explore the way in which connections are formed.

KHALID AL HAMMADI, NOURA AL AMRI, SARA FORYAME, AHMED AL MANNAI, NASREEN JAMAL AL LAIL, CHEB MOHA, MOUNA KALLA-SACRANIE & ALI SHARJI.

Online Exhibition Catalogue. 

More about the Festival:

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.

King’s House, Grand Avenue Hove, BN3 2LS

OPEN: 1-30 Oct, Thurs–Fri 12:00–18:30 Sat–Sun 11:00–18:30

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