Talk: Rob Hornstra – Mon 20th Oct

To coincide with his DIY Storytelling Workshop we are hosting, Rob Hornstra will also be giving a talk about his work at The Miniclick Business Concern in October. The workshop is a two-day exploration of Rob’s ethos and a great opportunity to learn from one of the masters of the photographic project and slow documentary work. You can read more about it here.

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Monday 6th October, 7pm (doors at 6pm) at The Miniclick Business Concern at 68MS, Middle Street, Brighton. Free Entry.

This event forms part of our “Another Way of Looking” programme for October, alongside Brighton Photo Fringe / Biennial – click here for all the events in our programme.

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Rob Hornstra, born in 1975 in the Netherlands, is a documentary photographer. Since he graduated, he has worked predominantly on long-term projects, both at home and on across the world. He has published seven books of solo work: Sochi Singers, Safety First, Empty Land Promised Land Forbidden Land, On the Other Side of the Mountains, 101 Billionaires,Roots of the Rúntur, and Communism & Cowgirls. Hornstra has produced documentary series for a variety of international magazines, and has also taken part in numerous exhibitions in the Netherlands and abroad, in addition to his own work as a documentary maker. In 2009, together with the writer and filmmaker Arnold van Bruggen, he started the Sochi Project, which over five years would document the area of the Sochi resort on the Black Sea. He is also the founder and former artistic director of FOTODOK – Space for Documentary Photography. Hornstra is represented by Flatland Gallery and INSTITUTE.

www.borotov.nl

www.thesochiproject.org

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The Miniclick Business Concern at 68MS is located in the middle of Brighton, 1 minute from the beach and a ten minute walk to Brighton Train Station. A number of trains run every hour to London (Victoria – 51mins / London Bridge – 56mins / London Blackfriars – 1hr 03mins).

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