Talk: Patricia Karallis and James Pearson Howes – Weds 19th Aug

In August we’ll be 4 years old and 11 months, and who better to celebrate our last event of our fourth year than Patricia Karallis of Paper Journal, who will be in discussion with photographer James Pearson Howes? Nobody better, that’s who.

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Wednesday 19th August. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm.

Free Entry at  The Old Market, Brighton.

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Patricia Karallis of Paper Journal

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Patricia Karallis is the founder of Paper Journal.

Launched in 2013, online magazine Paper Journal is updated weekly with interviews, features, studio visits and photobook reviews and aims to showcase the very best in contemporary visual arts.

Based in London but with contributors from all over the world, Paper Journal continues to grow with a series of independent exhibitions, printed publications, talks and events.

www.paper-journal.com

James Pearson Howes

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James Pearson-Howes is a London based freelance photographer, who whilst studying a BA (hons) in Photography at the London College of Communication, developed a strong reportage style of portraiture. His current project, British Folk, looks at obscure folk traditions still practiced throughout the UK and takes the form of a limited edition trilogy of books, stocked at bookshops and outlets worldwide including Dover Street Market, Motto Berlin and Dashwood Books, New York.

www.jamespearsonhowes.com

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Wednesday 19th August. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. 

Free Entry at  The Old Market, Brighton.

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