GBMC Photographic Retrospective

Fraser Barnes Hans Bauman Piotr Dominiak Paul Dunn Sophie Halsam Alice Hornsby Graham Hulme Rachael Khayat Jayden Mitchel Jeff Mood Emily Peace Chelsey Petit Jess Rose Jack Smethers James Tilson

4–19 October

The exhibition by BA Hons Visual Arts and FdA Photography students, endeavours to bring an awareness of the photographic practice exposing fragility between the process and the photographers themselves.

This exhibition forges the ambitions and aspirations of these photographers who had no conceptual or aesthetic constraints placed upon them. The direction of the output is diverse, with images displaying subjects of the self, the political environment and the unfamiliar.

Thurs 4th October, 5pm to 7.30pm (Private View)

Friday 5th, 10am to 4pm

Thursday 11th, 10am to 7.30pm (with an evening Panel Q&A)

Friday 12th 10am to 4pm

Thursday 18th, 10am to 4pm

Friday 19th, 10am to 4pm

For more information regarding the exhibition and the course contact the Course Leader Graham Hulme at


21 Greater Brighton Metropolitan College
Gloucester Building
Pelham Street
Brighton, BN1 4FA

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