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at the miniclick response exhibition // brighton photo fringe


Three of my images, including my portrait of Jihan, were selected to be part of the Miniclick response exhibition at the Phoenix Gallery in Brighton. The exhibition, which took place over the opening weekend of the Brighton Photo Fringe, was a live curating event that invited the public to chose the work that featured in the exhibition. As the work was picked out to be printed there and then, the exhibition evolved as new images emerged throughout the weekend. I’m proud that my work was chosen to be part of it.

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