Crane Kalman Brighton is a photography gallery, based in Brighton, that specialises in contemporary work ranging from the best young local talent to some of photography’s leading lights

Much of the artists’ work can be seen in the Photographers section of this website or in the galleries of past exhibitions. Many of the prints on view are also for sale online or by contacting us.

Cream 15: A Showcase of Graduate Photography Talent 2015


After a hiatus of 2 years, the gallery will be returning to Brighton audiences with Cream 15, an exhibition featuring a new selection of some of the most interesting and diverse photographic graduate talent to emerge from 2015 at the University of Brighton Gallery, Grand Parade, Brighton BN1 from Friday 9th to Friday 30th October.

The exhibition includes BA graduates from some of the most prestigious photography courses spanning the length and breadth of the country. Encompassing Universities and Colleges from Westminster to Glasgow; London to Newport and Brighton to Ulster, Cream 15 promises to be an exciting show.

Affordable Art Fair


Crane Kalman Brighton will be exhibiting again at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park from 21st -25th October 2015.

We will be showing a selection of work by gallery artists including Samuel Hicks, Rosa Basurto, Chris Frazer Smith, Ellie Davies and Franck Bohbot.

For complimentary tickets to the Fair, please contact us.

New Collections

  • Stars 13, 2015

Ellie Davies: Stars 2015

Ellie Davies is a young British fine art photographer who gained an MA in Photography from the London College of Communication in 2008. Much of her work is made in the forests of Southern England, and Davies uses the landscape as a studio space to explore our understanding of landscape as well as being a personal exploration of the woodland and forests where she grew up. Davies latest body of work, Stars, interposes ancient forest landscapes with images of the Milky Way, Omega Centauri and other embroyonic stars (Source Material Credit: STScI/Hubble & NASA).
  • The Alameda Theatre I, Alameda, California, 2014 by Franck Bohbot

Franck Bohbot: Cinema

French photographer Franck Bohbot focuses his artistic attention on public spaces and urban landscapes. Rooted in his fascination with cinematographic iconography, his work looks at the relationship between the individual and the architecture around us. His main subjects are public spaces such as swimming pools, basketball courts, libraries and cinemas – but all empty, abandoned or deserted of the people that give life to these places. The images featured here are from his on-going series, Cinema - photographs of movie theatres built in the US during the Golden Age of Hollywood in the 1930s and 1940s.

CKB recommends

Tim Flach

More-Than-HumanMore Than Human is award-winning photographer Tim Flach‘s stunning new book – a highly original portrait of the animal kingdom – from one of the most talented animal photographers working today. A special Portfolio Limited Edition of 150 books hand-bound in Japanese mohair and featuring one of three limited edition prints is also now available to purchase. More details [PDF]

Original prints from Tim Flach‘s Dogs:Gods, Equus and More Than Human collections are available to buy from Crane Kalman Brighton.

Slim Aarons book offer

dolce-vita-cover-143To celebrate the publication of a fourth volume of Slim Aarons’ photography, Crane Kalman Brighton has teamed up with publishers Abrams and Foyle’s Books, to offer a 30% discount off the book when purchased through Foyle’s online.

Just go to and quote the code SLIM30. The new book, Slim Aarons: La Dolce Vita, reveals the photographer’s love affair with Italy and captures the essence of “the good life.”

Slim_Aaronsx3_px424_The other published titles in the Slim Aarons collection are: A Place In The Sun, Once Upon A Time and Poolside with Slim Aarons.

Original prints of all Slim Aarons‘ work are available to buy from Crane Kalman Brighton.