Cold Cases

Curated by Natasha Caruana and Juno Calypso x Work-Show-Grow

29 September–6 October

Cold Cases reinterprets three crimes found in the Old Police Cells Museum; the Trunk Murders, the Chocolate Creme Killer and the Grand Hotel Bombing. The exhibitions brings together twenty emerging international photographers, from Europe, South America, Australasia to retell women’s stories connected to these crimes. The exhibition is curated by Natasha Caruana & Juno Calypso with Work-Show-Grow.

The show is only open on two specific dates:

- (Only) Saturday 29th September 10:00 - 16:00 (launch event 10:00 - 11:30)

- (Only) Saturday 6th October 10:00 - 12:00

Public Talk

Artists from Work-Show-Grow -

  • Tallulah Bathurst

    Olga Bukowska

    Lara Cappelli

    Tracey Chandler

    Amanda Denny

    Cecilia Di Paolo

    Elizabeth Doak

    Amy Louise Doherty

    Niamh Edwards

    Nina Franco

    Pippa Healy

    Thomas Martin

    Nicola Morley

    Nellie Mills

    Ioana Niculescu-Aron

    Eva Ostrowska

    Patricia Petersen

    Beccy Strong

    Gisela Torres

    Taro Zaine

25 Old Police Cells Museum
Brighton Town Hall
Brighton, BN1 1JA

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