Freya, 2018. © Jack Latham



We are delighted to welcome Brighton Photo Fringe to Colonnade House for the next four weeks with an exhibition of contemporary portraits of young people in Worthing by photographer-in-residence Jack Latham.

In Worthing for the first time, Colonnade House is one of six hubs in this year’s festival. Brighton Photo Fringe features over 100 artists in 40 venues from Hastings to Lewes, Brighton, Hove and Worthing, offering exhibitions, talks, screenings, workshops and tours.

Brighton Photo Fringe supports early career photographers and lens-based artists, enabling all kinds of people to experiment with photography. Find out more about the festival and its theme – Photography Changes Everything – @photofringe #BPF18

2 – 28 October: 10.00 – 17.00 (closed Mondays) // Join us for the opening event on Thursday 4th October 19.00 – 21.00



Jack Latham at Colonnade House




Jack Latham is a graduate of the renowned documentary photography degree at Newport University. His work is often presented in a mixture of large format photography and film-making and has been exhibited and published internationally.
For BPF18, Latham takes inspiration from Oscar Wilde’s play The importance of Being Earnest. The play’s themes of dishonesty,
hypocrisy, ‘catfishing’ and morality are becoming ever more relevant in a digital age, and his series of images explore how a
new generation have to navigate and reconcile separate identities.

Find out more at the Artist Talk on 18th October 18.00 – 21.00 // FREE



Jack Latham at Colonnade House




As part of the residency you are invited to bring in your portfolio for feedback from a group of professionals, including Jack Latham, in a special speed-dating session. This is a fantastic opportunity to get that all-important professional feedback on your work. Places will be limited so to be sure of your spot please register with

25th October 17.00 – 19.00 // FREE



Jack Latham at Colonnade House




Alongside producing his own exhibition, Jack Latham has been giving tutorials to photography students at Northbrook MET College during the autumn term and running a small project with them. This will be exhibited in the Studio Gallery from 18th – 28th October with a preview on 18th October after the Artists Talk.




Every two years, BPF designs and delivers the largest Fringe photography festival in the UK. BPF18, the 8th edition, will run from 29 September 28 October 2018, offering a month‑long platform for hundreds of artists to exhibit their work. In true Fringe spirit, BPF18 is taking art onto the streets and into unexpected spaces right along the coast, with Festival Hubs in Brighton, Hove, Worthing and Hastings.

Brighton Photo Fringe is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Brighton & Hove City Council, and with support from The Chalk Cliff Foundation. BPF is partnered with the University of Sussex; Phoenix Brighton; Regency Town House; ONCA; ACCA; Colonnade House, Worthing; Northbrook MET; Photo Hastings and Hastings Arts Forum; Churchill Square Shopping Centre, Rocket Artists, Articulate, Miniclick, DiepHaven Festival, Photoworks, London College of Communication and more.

BPF is sponsored by Metro Imaging Ltd, Locate Productions, Colourstream.