Photobookshow Brighton

We are pleased to be hosting a popup show at Fabrica Friday Lates during Harley Weir’s show “Homes” at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018.

For one night only we will be displaying a selection of 70 plus photobooks around this years BPB18 theme: A New Europe. The show will be on the 5th October from 6 till 11pm, with a bar and records playing till late.

Come down and experience the wonderful work of Harley Weir and look through more than 70 photobooks selected from our archive.

You will also be able to buy a copy of Harley Weir’s recently re-printed photobook “Homes”, published by Loose Joints on the night.


6 to 11pm on the 5th October 2018


Everyone is welcome to come along. Free entry.

Photographs (setting up)


Henrik Duncker
Vitaly Fomenko
Kuba Dabrowski
Bartlomiej Lurka
Gábor Arion Kudász
Julia Montilla
Valentino Barachini
Julia Mueller
Lina V Persson
Artists: Hertta Kiiski, Niina Vatanen, Authors: Monika Fagerholm, Mirjami Schuppert
Julian Baron
Kevin Fuchs
Carole Evans
Jenny Nordquist
Edward Newton
Kirill Golovchenko
Daisuke Inoue
Sam Ivin
Ignacio Navas
Mykola Senkovsky
Eline Baggen
Quentin de Briey
Laurent Chardon
Stephanie Neumann
Alexa Kirsten Stroth
Nicu Ilfoveanu
Marja Saleva
Gabor Arion Kudasz
David Jackson
Michel Mazzoni
Melanie Bonajo
Anastasia Shpilko
Gianluca Tamorri
Shantala Fels
André Baumecker
Andrzej Kramarz
Philipp Ebeling
Erik Schubert
Johannes Nadeno
Colin Robins
Allegra Martin
Lucy Levene
Morten Andersen
Landry A
Florian Reischauer
Tomasz Wiech & Michał Olszewski
Miren Pastor
Simona Rota
Kevin Beck
Jess Smith
Göran Gnaudschun
Michal Luczak
Jeroen Hofman
Clara Bahlsen
Aleix Plademunt, Juan Diego Valera, Roger Guaus
Michael Fitzsimmons
Christopher Nunn
William Sadowski


Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton, BN1 1AG

Venue accessibility

There are disabled parking spaces in the immediate area around the gallery. There are two spaces directly outside Fabrica and there are also disabled parking spaces on Ship Street, Middle Street and West Street. Fabrica have two entrances to the gallery space, one on Ship Street and the other on Duke Street. The entrance on Duke Street offers a wheelchair accessible ramp to allow more people easy access to our gallery.​ There is some slightly uneven floor surface due to the historic building having a mixture of wooden and stone flooring, but it is minimal.​ Fabrica also have two disabled toilets on site.​

Fabrica Friday Late

The After Hours Bar at Fabrica is the ideal place to soak up the buzz of Brighton this summer whilst in our beautiful and atmospheric gallery, a former Regency Church right in the heart of the city. Fabrica, Brighton’s best-known hidden gem, is the perfect place to catch up with friends or make some new ones before heading out into the night.

Relax with a cocktail and enjoy the atmosphere of being surrounded by world-class contemporary installations.  Friday Lates gives the gallery over to the grown-ups with an informal selection of cocktails, beers, ciders and wines.

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