Give to BPF14 and expand your collection
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CAME ON SATURDAY 1ST AND CELEBRATED THE SUCCESS OF THIS YEAR'S BRIGHTON PHOTO FRINGE.
WE RAISED AN ASTONISHING £1800 WITH OUR LIVE AUCTION. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO DONATED AND EVERYONE WHO MADE A PURCHASE. WATCH OUT FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE REMAINING LOTS. THERE ARE STILL A FEW BARGAINS TO BE HAD!
LIVE auction event at our Closing Party at Vantage Point: Collectives Hub on Saturday 1 November from 6pm
Brighton Photo Fringe is a much loved and valued organisation, and we need your help to ensure its future. We receive a small amount of public funding but we need to match this with income we generate ourselves. This year we need to raise £2000.
Following last years successful online fundraising auction we are inviting you all to donate a print or a book to be auctioned and to come and buy something for your collection.
You could donate a print from the series you are showing during BPF14, or something that has not been seen before. It may be the perfect opportunity to declutter your book collection to make room for that much longed for
photobook. Prints can be of any size, and, if you wish, may be mounted and/or framed. Ideally donations should be made by the 11 October.
All the art works will form a growing display at Vantage Point during BPF14, from 4 October to 2 November. Visitors will have plenty of time to see the lots and choose which one they'd like to win in the bid. Guide prices will be displayed. Bidders will be able to pre-bid by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Gordon MacDonald of GOST Books will be our auctioneer for the event.
BPF provides a platform that enables everybody to engage with, exhibit and enjoy photography. Over the past decade BPF has created one of the largest photographic festivals in the UK. It exists because you all take part, as artists, participants and audience members.
Thank you for your support.
How to donate
To donate a book or print to the auction please email Jo Renshaw on email@example.com letting her know a reserve price (the lowest price the print or book should sell for) for the print/book and a guide price that we start bids at (the current market value) for each donation. Jo will also be able to answer any queries you may have, so please do not hesitate to ask.
We aim to reach a wide audience to boost the amount of money we can raise through the auction. Every lot will also be listed here and promoted through our social media outlets, now with over 10,000 followers. All money raised by the auction of your donations will fund our ongoing support of lens-based artists.
If you are not able to donate a print or book please make a donation here
or buy one of our limited edition badges by Jason Evans in one of the BPF14 Hubs.
Donations so far
Prints from Karen Knorr, Fergus Heron, Alex Currie, George Coles, Mark Power, John Davies, Jo Renshaw and many more.
Books donated by Pedro Ramos, Lisa Barnard, GOST and a major gift by John Gill with the following books:
AJAMU, Black Bodyscapes: Photographs by Ajamu, (David A Bailey, London, 1994)
BLUMENFELD, A Fetish for Beauty, text by William Ewing, (Barbican Art Gallery, 1996)
TIM BRENNAN, English Anxieties, (Photoworks / Ffotogallery, 2009)
DANIEL CROOKS, Everywhere Instantly, (Christchurch Art Gallery, 2008)
SUSAN DERGES, Susan Derges, (Purdy Hicks, London, 2006)
TERENCE DONOVAN, London Photographs, (Museum of London, 1999)
ROGER FENTON, Roger Fenton: Photographer of the 1850s, (South Bank Board, London, 1988)
GILBERT & GEORGE, Gilbert & George, (The Baltimore Museum of Art, 1984)
STEPHEN GILL, SIGNED CARD ENCLOSED, Invisible, (Nobody, 2005)
DAVID GOLDBLATT SIGNED COPY, Hasselblad Award 2006, (Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, 2006)
GROUP EXHIBITION, Album: The Photographic Collection of Museum Boymans van Beuningen, (Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, 1995)
GROUP EXHIBITION, Tone, (Impressions Gallery, York, 2001)
GROUP EXHIBITION, Bringing The War Home, (Impressions Gallery, Bradford, 2010)
GROUP EXHIBITION, Landscape Trauma in the Age of Scopophilia, (Autograph, London, 2001)
GROUP EXHIBITION, Photogenic: Essays/Photography/CCP 2000-2004, (Centre for Contemporary Photograph, Fitzroy, 2005)
GROUP EXHIBITION, Continental Drift: Europe Approaching the Millennium, (Prestel for Photo98, Huddersfield,1998)
GROUP EXHIBITION, The Silk Purse Procedure, (Arnolfini, Bristol, 2001)
JOHN KIPPIN, He, (The Havelock Press, 2010)
MAGNUM, In Our Time: The World As Seen By Magnum Photographers, (The South Bank Centre, 1990)
DON MCCULLIN, A Retrospective, (British Council, London, 1993)
TRISH MORRISSEY SIGNED COPY, Front, (Impressions Gallery, Bradford, 2009)
MAPPLETHORPE, Mapplethorpe, text by Arthur Danto (Jonathan Cape, London, 1992)
MAPPLETHORPE, Mapplethorpe, text by Germano Celant, (Electa for Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, 1992)
DAVID O'KANE, SIGNED COPY, Doppelganger, (Cavanacor Gallery, 2010)
MARTIN PARR, Saddam Hussein Watches, (Chris Boot, 2004)
MONICA ROSS, justfornow, (Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, 2004)
SEBASTIAO SALGADO, Workers: An Archeology of the Industrial Age, (Phaidon Press, 1993)
HELEN SEAR, Spot, (Wollaton Hall, Nottingham, 2003)
NIGEL SHAFRAN, Flowers for __ : Photographs by Nigel Shafran, 2006-2008, (Koenig Books, 2008)
NICHOLAS SINCLAIR, Six Public Telephones, (Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, 2007)
MATTHEW SLEETH, Matthew Sleeth, (Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney, 2004)
MATTHEW SLEETH, Tour of Duty, (Hardie Grant Publishing, South Yarra, 2002)
MATTHEW SLEETH, Ten Series: 106 Photographs, (Aperture, New York, 2005)
JEM SOUTHAM, SIGNED COPY, Clouds Descending, (Lowry Press, Salford, 2008)
GUY TILLIM, Daimler Chrysler Award for South African Photography, 2004, (Daimler Chrysler, Pretoria, 2004)
GUY TILLIM, Departure, (Michael Stevenson Contemporary / Bell Roberts Publishing, 2003)
GUY TILLIM, Leopold & Mobutu, (Filigranes Editions, Trezelan, 2004)
GUY TILLIM, Congo Democratic (Michael Stevenson / Renate Wiehager, Cape Town, 2006)
GUY TILLIM, Petros Village, (Punctum, 2006)
GUY TILLIM, Jo'burg, (Filigranes Editions, Trezelan, 2005)
GUY TILLIM, Kunhing Portraits, (Michael Stevenson Contemporary, Cape Town, no date)
GUY TILLIM / OMAR BADSHA, Amulets & Dreams: War, Youth & Change in Africa, (Unisa Press / ISS, 2002)
BOYD WEBB, Boyd Webb: VIII Indian Triennale, (British Council, London, 1994)
EDWARD WESTON, Edward Weston, (Hayward Gallery Publishing, 1999)
GARY WINOGRAND, Gary Winogrand: Fragments From The Real World, (The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1988)
DONOVAN WYLIE, 32 Counties: Photographs of Ireland by Donovan Wylie, (Secker & Warburg, London, 1989)
GROUP EXHIBITION, Exposed 01/02/03/04, Photo98, Huddersfield, 1998). 4 Exhibition information brochures.
GROUP EXHIBITION, Fashion in the Mirror; Self-Reflection in Fashion Photography, (The Photographers' Gallery, London, 2008). Exhibition brochure.
GROUP,Field Study 01-07, (Photography and the Archive Research Centre, London, no dates). 7 brochures.
CHRIS HARRISON, Sites of Memory: War Memorials at the End of the Twentieth Century, (Imperial War Museum, London, 1998). Exhibition brochure.
MARI MAHR, SIGNED COPY, Photographs: A Collection, (NMPFT, Bradford, 1994). Folder containing 2 fold-outs.
INGRID POLLARD, Hidden Histories: Heritage Stories, (Lee Valley Park, London, 1994). Folder containing brochure and cards.
ZINEB SEDIRA, Currents of Time, (INIVA, London, 2009), Exhibition brochure.
JOACHIM SCHMID, The Face in the Desert: Portraits & Stories from the Daily Herald Archive, (Photo98 / NMPFT, Bradford, 1998). 2 items: Newspaper + Education Notes.
JOACHIM SCHMID, WITH A SIGNED CARD, Art Addicts Anonymous, (Frick & Schmid, Berlin, no date). Folder with cards, stickers, etc.
JOACHIM SCHMID, SIGNED COPY, Kunst gegen Essen, (Edition Fricke & Schmid, Berlin, 1996). Brochure containing cards.
JOACHIM SCHMID, SIGNED COPY, Bilder von der Strasse, (Edition Fricke & Schmid, Berlin, 1994)
JO SPENCE, Missing Persons / Damaged Lives, (Leeds City Art Galleries, 1991). Exhibition brochure.
JO SPENCE, Matters of Concern: Collaborative Images 1982-1992, (South Bank Centre, London, 1994). 3 items: Exhibition brochure, leaflet & PV card
SIMON ROBERTS, Let This Be A Sign, (Simon Roberts, 2012). Newspaper
ROBERT WHITTACKER, Underground London: The Photographs of Robert Whittacker 1965-1970, (Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, no date). Exhibition brochure.
WOOD & HARRISON, Notebook: 101 events filmed on a table, (MIMA, Middlesborough, 2004). 2 brochure set.