Crane Kalman Brighton

About the Gallery

Crane Kalman Brighton is an independent photography gallery established in 2005 by Richard Kalman. The gallery specialises in supporting and promoting the work of mostly up-and-coming photographers both from the UK and internationally. Originally housed in Brighton’s North Laine, the gallery now operates from a variety of different locations in Brighton and London as well as exhibiting at various annual art fairs.

About Richard Kalman

Richard Kalman is the youngest sibling of the three children of Andras Kalman, a Hungarian emigree, who established the Crane Kalman Gallery in London over 50 years ago and helped establish a generation of British artists such as Graham Sutherland, Ben and Winifred Nicholson, Henry Moore and LS Lowry. Richard’s brother and sister continue to run the London gallery from the same original Knightsbridge location.

About Crane Kalman Brighton

The photography affiliate, Crane Kalman Brighton, has exhibited work by a wide and diverse range of photographic talent including Polly Borland, Simon Roberts, Mary McCartney, Jane Hilton, Tim Flach and the late Michael Ormerod, as well as the work of international photographers such as Terry Richardson, Joseph Szabo, Karine Laval, George Tice, Abelardo Morell, Hugh Holland and Hans van der Meer. Now in its 10th year, the gallery has also established an annual exhibition – Cream - to showcase the best of graduate photography talent from across the UK.

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