‘A Message to the Viewer’, my new film for Essex Road IV film commissions will be on show at Tintype Gallery for the next month. The films screen in the gallery window at 4-11pm every day until 13th January 2018.
Other commissioned artists are Edwina Ashton, Benedict Drew, Judith Goddard, Matthew Noel-Tod, Paul Tarragó, Richard Wentworth and Xiaowen Zhu.
Opening of Tintype Gallery Essex Road IV last night.
It’s great to be featured on Morad Montazami’s blog for Jeu de Paume called ‘Paris Petroleum’. He’s twinned it with a quote by sci-fi / horror writer Fritz Leiber “What if man hadn’t found oil, but oil had found man?” Morad will be writing the text for my book Caspian: the Elements which will be published by Aperture / Peabody Press next year.
I’ve just finished final tweaks on my film for Tintype Gallery commission Essex Road IV. Many obstacles, ups and downs making it, which in the end has formed the piece – now excited to show it next week. I’m indebted to Oona Grimes and Tony Grisoni for their help at the last stages. And of course to Teresa Grimes.
All 8 newly commissioned films for Essex Road IV will be shown back projected in the gallery window throughout December and January. There’s more information on the Tintype website.
‘No Man’s Land’ opens tonight at Impressions Gallery. I’ll be showing ‘Shot at Dawn’ alongside work by three photographers who were shooting during WW1: motorcyclist turned ambulance driver Mairi Chisholm, nurse and amateur photographer Florence Farmborough, and the UK’s first official war photographer Olive Edis. As well as work by two contemporary artists: Dawn Cole and Alison Baskerville.
A selection of photographs from “Caspian” have been featured in the new book, “Firecracker”, published by Thames and Hudson. I’m also delighted that my photograph has ended up on the back cover.
It’s lovely to be included in the new book ‘1001 Photographs You Must See Before you Die’, published by Cassell Illustrated, 2017.
I’m speaking at the British and Irish Association of Practical Theology (BIAPT) annual conference today at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, discussing “Congregation” and “Sunday Service”
Thanks to Andrew Rogers who invited me and fed me crucial research during the making of the work.
(Still from “Congregation” 2014, a three channel video installation, commissioned by Tate Modern with sound by Coby Sey)
I’m delighted that three prints from the series “Shot at Dawn” will be joining the collection at Graves Gallery: Museums Sheffield. My thanks to the Contemporary Arts Society for making this happen.
The Art Fund have acquired two prints from the series “Shot at Dawn” for The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum in Coventry.
My thanks to Chelsea Physic Garden, who I collaborated with to make “A Modern Herbal: Experiments in Botanical Imaging”, a new commission for Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Common names: the happy tree, cancer tree, tree of life
I was recently commissioned by the Contemporary Art Society to make a new body of work for Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The outcome was “A Modern Herbal: Experiments in Botanical Imaging” which is now on permanent, public display in the Patient Transport Lounge.
THAMES LOG IN THE OBSERVER NEW REVIEW ONLINE
The full Observer article, plus additional images are now available online:
THAMES LOG IN OBSERVER NEW REVIEW
THAMES LOG was featured in the Observer New Review this weekend, with an article by Sean O’Hagan.
NEW WORK: THAMES LOG AT ESTUARY FESTIVAL
A selection from my photographic series THAMES LOG is being previewed in ESTUARY 2016, a new arts biennial on the river Thames. In addition to the photographic work, I’m showing a CCTV installation called ‘Spotting’ and a new video piece called ‘Offshore Broadcast’. The exhibition takes place in the extraordinary Grade II* Listed Tilbury Cruise Terminal and will run until the end of the month.
Tilbury Cruise Terminal
Ferry Road, Tilbury, Thurrock, RM18 7NG
17 – 30 September 2016
Open 11am-4pm (except Sat 24 Sept)
ART FUND AQUISITION FOR THE HERBERT ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM
Two pieces from Shot at Dawn have been acquired by the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum in Coventry, with help from the Art Fund. They are currently on show in the ‘Art since 1900’ gallery and join the museum’s important collection on the theme of conflict, peace and reconciliation. My thanks to Martin Roberts at the Herbert, Kathleen Palmer at the Imperial War Museum and the Art Fund donors.
ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY VIC ODDEN AWARD
Last week I was given the Royal Photographic Society Vic Odden Award 2016. My thanks to Jo Macdonald and all those at the Royal Photographic Society for a great night.
IN SEARCH OF FRANKENSTEIN, my new project created on the 3-D Foundation residency in Verbier, will open on 18 June 2016.
Shot at Dawn is reviewed by Estrella de Diego in El País http://tinyurl.com/zvrnugz
3-D Foundation Artist Residency 2016
In April this year I was invited to Verbier in Switzerland to develop new work, considering the themes of The Year Without Summer and the current age of the Anthropocene. The resulting project will be launched as an exhibition in June. More details to follow.
I’ll be in conversation with Katy Barron at PhotoEast festival in Ipswich this Saturday
1-2 pm 28 May 2016 UCS Auditorium, Waterfront Building, Ipswich
Register here if you want to come along:
A feature on SHOT AT DAWN in Spanish Harpers Bazaar:
SHOT AT DAWN opened at Ivorypress, Madrid on Monday evening and will continue until 16.07.16. The show is part of Photo España Festival Off.
When War Is Over – Photography and the Memory of War
I’ll be taking part in this panel discussion at the Frontline Club on 23 March, with photographer and lecturer Daniel Alexander and Hilary Roberts of Imperial War Museum:
The Photographers’ Gallery have just done a “5 Female Photographers to Watch” feature, which it’s very nice to be included in.
Here’s an interview I did with Luke Clancy on the Culture File for RTE Lyric FM
A nice piece on Shot at Dawn by Sarah Allen for Photomonitor
I’m doing a talk at the North East Photo Network in Newcastle tomorrow evening.
Wednesday 13 January at 6.30pm at the Mining Institute, Neville Hall, Westgate Road, Newcastle, NE1 1SE.
The talk will start at 6.30pm prompt in the Lecture Theatre and will be followed by drinks and informal conversation in the Library until 8.30pm. The talk is free however booking is requested HERE
Great review of Shot at Dawn in the Irish Sunday Times.
5 star review from Aidan Dunne in the Irish Times
An article on Shot at Dawn in the Irish Examiner http://www.irishexaminer.com/lifestyle/artsfilmtv/photography-exhibition-of-shooting-sites-of-shameful-ww1-executions-360005.html#
SHOT AT DAWN related events at IMMA (more events will follow early next year).
Discussion | Shot at Dawn – Chloe Dewe Mathews
Friday 9 October 2015, 1 – 2pm, Lecture Room, IMMA
Award winning British photographer Chloe Dewe Mathews, Paul Bonaventura (independent producer) and Niall Bergin (Manager, Kilmainham Gaol) discuss Shot at Dawn, a project that focuses on the sites at which British, French and Belgian troops were executed for cowardice and desertion between 1914 and 1918. This discussion is moderated by Sarah Glennie (Director, IMMA) and marks the first day Shot at Dawn opens at IMMA. Book now
Gallery Talk: Sarah Glennie
Wednesday 25 November 2015, 1.15 – 2.00pm, East Ground Galleries
Sarah Glennie (Director, IMMA) leads a curator’s walk-through of the exhibition Shot at Dawn. Free tickets available at www.imma.ie/talksandlectures
Fighting History: a panel discussion at Tate Britain on 10 September 2015
Inspired by the Fighting History exhibition, join us for a conversation amongst some of the most dynamic contemporary British voices on the relationship between history and contemporary visual culture.
Alex Farquharson, Director of Nottingham Contemporary (and recently appointed Director of Tate Britain) chairs a panel including artists Uriel Orlow and Chloe Dewe Mathews and historian and curator S. I. Martin.
Installation shots of Congregation at Bosse & Baum
A nice, long interview with Harriet Thorpe in Studio International: http://www.studiointernational.com/index.php/chloe-dewe-mathews-congregation-interview-bosse-and-baum-london
CONGREGATION, my new multi-channel video installation has opened at Bosse & Baum gallery in Peckham. The work explores collective religious experience and specifically, the nature of expressive worship in south London’s African churches. It was commissioned by Tate Modern and builds on the previous photographic series, Sunday Service.
CONGREGATION: Chloe Dewe Mathews
21 May 2015 – 21 June 2015
Bosse & Baum, Copeland Park Industrial Estate, 133 Copeland Road, Peckham, SE15 3SN
Admission free, Thursday – Sundays only 12am – 6pm
Installation shots of Shot at Dawn in Conflict Time Photography at Tate Modern.
I’ll be speaking in a PhotoLondon event at Somerset House this Saturday
FT Weekend Presents: Photojournalism: chaired by Peter Aspden
Featuring Lynsey Addario, Julian Stallabrass, Chloe Dewe Mathews and Edmund Clark
Screening Room, Saturday 23 May 1.15pm – 2.30 pm
SHOT AT DAWN is part of Conflict, Time, Photography at Tate Modern, London
26 November 2014 – 15 March 2015
SHOT AT DAWN in Telegraph Magazine
Simon Baker discusses upcoming exhibition Conflict, Time and Photography at Tate Modern here.
SHOT AT DAWN installation views at Stills, Edinburgh
8 November 2014 – 25 January 2015
SHOT AT DAWN reviewed by Moira Jeffrey for the Scotsman here.
SHOT AT DAWN in Sunday Times Magazine
SHOT AT DAWN PREMIERES AT STILLS: SCOTLAND’S CENTRE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
Friday 7th November 2014
Artist Talk 5 pm (now sold out)
Private View 6 – 8 pm
Exhibition open daily
8 November 2014 – 25 January 2015 11 – 6 pm FREE
Stills: Scotland’s Centre for Photography
23 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1BP
SHOT AT DAWN reviewed in El País by Guillermo Altares here.
ARTIST TALK AT BRIGHTON PHOTO BIENNIAL
I will be giving a talk at about my new work, “Nadsat: Excerpts from an Illustrated Dictionary”, which was commissioned by Photoworks for the Brighton Photo Biennial 2014.
Saturday 18 October 3.30pm – 5pm FREE
Jubliee Library, Jubilee Street, Brighton
PHOTOWORKS COMMISSION FOR BRIGHTON PHOTO BIENNIAL
My new work “Nadsat: Excerpts from an Illustrated Dictionary”, which was commissioned by Photoworks for Brighton Photo Biennial, is now on show at Jubilee Library.
Evolving in Conversation
Jubilee Library, Jubilee Street, Brighton, BN1 1GE
4 October – 2 November 2014
Here is a link to the blog I wrote about making the series, whilst in Russia:
A new, dedicated project website for SHOT AT DAWN has just been launched:
SHOT AT DAWN in Harpers Magazine is published as a five-page feature with text by Geoff Dyer Stop Time: Remembering World War I’s executed deserters.
SHOT AT DAWN is published by Ivorypress
A new video about the making of SHOT AT DAWN by Jim Powell and Tom Silverstone for the Guardian.
Installation views of SUNDAY SERVICE, a solo exhibition at Tate Modern
Exhibition of new work about African churches in Southwark opens at Tate Modern
SUNDAY SERVICE by Chloe Dewe Mathews
28 May – 13 July 2014
McAulay Gallery, Level 0 (right at the cloakroom and follow the corridor)
London SE1 9TG
10.00–18.00 Sunday – Thursday
10.00–22.00 Friday – Saturday
I was interviewed on BBC Radio 4’s culture programme Front Row, about my new body of work SHOT AT DAWN. The project was commissioned by the Ruskin School of Art at the University of Oxford as part of 14–18 NOW, WW1 Centenary Art Commissions.
THE ROBERT GARDNER FELLOWSHIP IN PHOTOGRAPHY
The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology is pleased to announce the selection of the 2014 Robert Gardner Fellow in Photography. Following an international search, the Gardner Fellowship committee awarded the Fellowship to British photographer Chloe Dewe Mathews.
Full press release here: http://bit.ly/1cVQvGg
TATE MODERN BLOG
I’ve written a second blog post for the Tate, about my work on the growing phenomenon of African Churches in South London. The exhibition will take place at the Tate Modern in June, in the McAulay Gallery, McAulay Screening Room and Clore Corridor.
TALK AT THE PHOTOGRAPHERS’ GALLERY
I will be discussing ‘Gallery Representation’ with Zelda Cheatle at the Photographer’s Gallery.
Thursday 30 February 18:30 – Free entry
COMMISSION FOR THE TATE MODERN
Here’s a link to my first blog about my ongoing commission for the Tate Modern, on African churches in Southwark: http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/blogs/meet-londons-african-churches-warehouses-bingo-halls
SHOT AT DAWN at The Hotel de Ville, Paris
I am showing four large-scale photographs in the exhibition ‘Fusillé pour l’Exemple 1914-2014. Les fantômes de la République’, which takes place at the Hôtel de Ville in Paris from 15 January through 7 March http://tinyurl.com/kbk9zas All four photographs derive from a new body of work called Shot at Dawn that focuses on the sites at which British, French and Belgian troops were executed for cowardice and desertion between 1914 and 1918. Commissioned by the Ruskin School of Art to mark the centenary of the First World War, the project will premiere in its entirety at Tate Modern and Stills: Scotland’s Centre for Photography later in the year.
FISHBAR PHOTO MARKET IS BACK
14th – 22nd December, open daily 11am – 7pm
This year with
Chloe Dewe Mathews/ Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin /Chopped Liver Press/ Lorenzo Vitturi/ Paolo Pellegrin/ Morel Books/ Laura Pannack/ Here Press/ Oodee/ Magnum Bookshop/ Self Publish Be Happy/ Little Brown Mushroom/ Trolley Books/ Mues Design/ Tomas Leach/ Marco Kesseler/ Jo Metson Scott/ Olivia Arthur/ Philipp Ebeling
Kick off is this Saturday 14th of December. Come by, meet the artists, have a slice of cake and a cup of Gluehwein and be social. From 2pm.
CASPIAN at Central Dupon Images in Paris will run until 10 January.
I’m pleased to announce the opening of CASPIAN, my exhibition in Paris.
The show is curated by Laura Serani and will include new work from my long-term project in the Caspian region. Please join me for –
THE PREVIEW: This Saturday 16th November, 2 – 6 pm
THE LAUNCH PARTY: Next Thursday 21st November, 7 – 10pm
L’Espace Dupon Images
74 Rue Joseph de Maistre
Montmartre 75018 Paris
Exhibition runs until 10 January
The tour of “SUMMONING THE CARETOS”, the work I made during my recent Museu do Douro commission, has arrived at it’s final venue, Cais de Gaia in Vila Nova de Gaia, and can be seen until 25th August.
I will be flying out to Portugal tomorrow to take part in the Entre Margens International Photography Conference at Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis, Porto.
On Sunday 18th August at 14:30 I will talk about my work at the Museum and later that evening at 21:30, I’ll be leading a guided tour of the show in Vila Nova de Gaia.
Both events are free and all are welcome.
The National Library of Wales have acquired a set of my “Hasidic Holiday” photographs.
I’m delighted that they have joined their wonderful collection.
My recent exhibition “SUMMONING THE CARETOS”, which was commissioned by the Portuguese Photo festival Entre Margens, has moved to Lamego, the second location of the tour. It will be in the main square until 14th July and then will continue touring through the region.
Entre Margens is promoted by the Douro Museum Foundation and curated/produced by the Cultural Association Procur.arte. The commission was initiated by Fire-cracker.org.
THAMES / CASPIAN at The Barn, St John’s College, St Giles, Oxford.
Wednesday 5th June 2013 at 6 – 8 pm
I am exhibiting CASPIAN in the St John’s College gallery and having an open studio next door in the space I have been working for the past two months. During the residency I have been developing my long-term body of work about the river Thames. Tonight I will show the work in progress.
On 30th May, I led a walk along the river Thames in Oxford as part of my artist’s residency at the University. I invited the artist Simon Pope to talk about walking in Fine Art practice and Chris Park, who paddled from source to mouth of the Thames in a coracle, to meet us along the way in his boat.
My book dummy “MIRACLE OIL” has been shortlisted for an award at the International Photobook Festival in Kassel. The book was designed by Charlotte Heal and includes the essay “Earthly Power: the Miracle Oil of Naftalan, Azerbaijan” by Sean O’Hagan.
It will be on display with 54 other photobook dummies, in Milan »MIA | Milan Image Art Fair« (10 to 12 May), in Dublin »PhotoIreland Festival« (1 to 31 July), in Paris »Le Bal« (26 August to 7 September), and in Kassel »6th Fotobookfestival« (24 to 27 October).
For more information: http://2013.fotobookfestival.org/
My recent exhibition “Summoning the Caretos”, which was commissioned by the Portuguese Photo festival Entre Margens, is opening in Vila Real on Friday 10th May 2013. It will be in the main square until 10th June and then will tour through the region.
Entre Margens is promoted by the Douro Museum Foundation and curated/produced by the Cultural Association Procur.arte. I thank them both.
For more information: http://www.entremargens.org/en/concept
I will be giving a presentation on my work at St John’s Barn, Oxford, today at 5pm. It is the first public componant of my residency. All are welcome.
I have been commissioned to produce a body of work for the Portuguese Photo Festival, Entre Margens. I fly to Porto tomorrow and will spend two weeks making work along the Douro river. The project will be exhibited as a touring show through Northern Portugal from June to October 2013.
I’ve spent the last week in Southend, at METAL a wonderful arts organisation in Chalkwell Hall. It has been the beginning of the residency, developing my long-term project on the Thames, that I will continue in July after my time in Oxford.
An interview with Jack Latham and Kristina Salgvik from Miniclick.
Firecracker / Miniclick talk in Brighton
I will be giving a talk about my work for Miniclick in Brighton, alongside Jo Metson Scott, Abbie Traylor Smith, Maria Gruzdeva and Agata Pietron. Fiona Rogers and Miranda Gavin will also be contributing.
Saturday March 2nd, 11am ’till 4pm. Free Entry. Green Door Store (Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton, BN1 4FQ)
I have been awarded the Artist’s Residency at St. John’s College, Oxford University and will take up the post in April.
My book dummy, entitled “MIRACLE OIL”, has been nominated for the MACK First Book Award.
SYSTEM OF OBJECTS, group show with The Departure Foundation, London.
I showed a large installation of CASPIAN, integrating miracle letters and archive photographs that I’d collected during my last trip to the region, alongside my own work..
One of my prints from the CASPIAN series will be sold at the Photovoice Auction of Exceptional Photographs in London tonight. For more information and tickets:
The renowned PhotoVoice Auction is back this autumn, showcasing a unique collection of world class photography from photographic legends, contemporary masters and emerging talent. This year we celebrate our 10th auction, where 85 prints will be auctioned including photographs by Nadav Kander, Sarah Moon, Herb Ritts, Dorothy Bohm, Ian Berry, Carinthia West, Philip Jones Griffiths, Simon Roberts, Tim Flach and Chloe Dewe Mathews.
CASPIAN will be shown as a multimedia piece at Fotoleggendo Festival in Rome.
The festival starts tomorrow. For more information:
The full episode of Picture Perfect is now online:
The documentary follows my recent trip to Azerbaijan, as well as at home in England. Other episodes in the series feature James Mollison, Vincent Fournier, Rob Hornstra and Patrick Brown. They’re all worth watching.
I’m delighted to announce that I’ve been awarded the Artist-in-Residence at St John’s College, Oxford University. I’ll start the post in April 2013. In addition to developing two book projects, I’ll be organising a symposium on photography and other related events. Details to follow.
Here’s the trailer for the Picture Perfect documentary made on my recent trip to Azerbaijan:
The full episode will be aired on the 18th of July.
CASPIAN will be shown at The Night of the Year at Les Rencontres d’Arles on Friday 6th July 22:00 – 03:00.
I’ll be showing a new multimedia piece, produced by Anna Stevens (Panos), to include early archive footage from Azerbaijan.
I’ve just returned from the opening weekend of The EYE International Photography Festival in Aberystwyth, Wales.
“Hasidic Holiday” is being exhibited as part of a group show of Panos photographers, entitled “Call the World Brother”.
As part of a full weekend of talks and events, I was interviewed by Sean O’Hagan (the Guardian) on Sunday morning. We also took part in the closing panel discussion with David Hurn (Magnum), Marco Longari (AFP) and Abbie Trayler-Smith (Panos).
The exhibition continues until the 14th July 2012. For more information:
Hasidic Holiday in the Portfolio feature in the Independent Magazine:
A group photo from the OjodePez Meeting in Barcelona.
I’ve just arrived at the OjodePez Photo Meeting Barcelona.
I’ll be speaking about my work tomorrow, 28th June at 11:30 and will be taking part in a round table discussion “From the Magazine to the Gallery” with Lisa Botos and Arianna Rinaldo on 29th June at 13:10.
All events will be held at La Virreina, Centre de la Imatge, Barcelona.
Caspian has been selected to be shown at the Rencontres d’Arles 2012, in the Night of the Year.
Fourth & Main Journal, a new publication, have done a nice feature on my work.
Banger Boys of Britain is featured in Life Force Magazine:
Last night’s panel discussion at the Frontline Club is available to watch here:
I’ve been shortlisted for the London Photography Award.
I will be participating in a talk at the Frontline Club on 25th April at 7pm
“Photo agency Panos Pictures is celebrating 25 years of contributions to photojournalism, with its focus on social and development issues. This event will bring together key voices in Panos Pictures to discuss the developments at Panos and in the photojournalism industry over the past 25 years, and what the future holds in store.
Paul Lowe will be in conversation with the Director of Panos Pictures, Adrian Evans and two Panos photojournalists, Andrew Testa and Chloe Dewe Mathews.”
Click here to book: http://www.frontlineclub.com/crm/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=693
CASPIAN has been nominated for the Prix Pictet.
I’m delighted to be included in this year’s “PDN’s 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch”. Particular thanks to Amber Terranova and Debra Klomp Ching.
I’ve just returned from Southern Russia, having spent the last month working on the next chapter of the CASPIAN project.
In my absence here’s a recent commission on Olympic Trainers for the Telegraph Magazine and a post on Joerg Colberg’s CONSCIENTIOUS blog.
The Inge Morath Magazine have featured CASPIAN:
The Observer have included me in their New Talent 2012 feature. Follow this link for the full article:
CASPIAN at Foto8 Gallery has been featured in The Observer New Review’s “Month in Photography”, as one of the top 20 shows or books in December:
I’ve been included on Alastair Sooke’s list of the five most promising new artists of 2011 in the Telegraph’s Culture Review of the Year:
My work is featured in the Firecracker 2012 Diary, alongside 11 excellent female photographers. By purchasing this diary you will contribute to the Firecracker Photographic Grant which will be awarded in autumn 2012 to a woman photographer born in or residing in Europe, to assist with a photographic project. Follow this link to support the project:
IL magazine, Italy have done a profile on my work in “Il Mondo Nuovo: Today’s Reports from Tomorrow’s Photographers”. Thanks to Raffaele for getting in touch, he’s been a pleasure to work with.
Wall Street Journal posted an article about CASPIAN:
CASPIAN is December’s feature on Firecracker.
Firecracker was established by Fiona Rogers at the beginning of this year to promote European women working in photography. Fiona has been continually supportive of my work, so I’m delighted to be included as the last feature of the year, amongst a set of really inspirational photographers.
Banger Boys of Britain in Chinese Men’s Elle:
Here are a few shots from the CASPIAN private view at Foto8 last week.
I did a talk at Foto8 last night, followed by a panel discussion with Fiona Rogers (Magnum), Fran Sears (Panos) and Lauren Heinz (Foto8) on “The Future of Funding”. Thanks to them and all those who came along (including Gary for the picture…!)
I’ve done a new edit of the CASPIAN project for Foto8 Story of the week, which includes a collection of archival images courtesy of the Azerbaijan International Magazine, AZER.com and the Asbrink collection.
CASPIAN at Foto8 gallery has opened.
22 November – 5 December, Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-4.
CASPIAN will be included in a series of slideshow events at the Angkor Photo Festival, Cambodia this week, curated by Francoise Callier.
One of my photographs from CHINA’s WILD WEST is included in the 2011 Photovoice Auction of Exceptional Photographs.
The collection will be exhibited at La Galleria on Pall Mall this week, and Reuters next week, with a final live auction on Tuesday 22nd November.
For full details and to see the auction catalogue:
I will be taking part in a panel discussion at BJP VISION tomorrow, alongside Guy Martin and Laura Pannack.
13:30 – 14:30 Friday 17th November at The Olympia Conference Centre.
British Journal of Photography article on CASPIAN in the November issue:
Some recent tearsheets from Riders Magazine Italy, the Telegraph and Huck:
I’ve been nominated for the London Photography Award 2012.
Sean O’Hagan has written a piece about CASPIAN for The Guardian.
You can read the full article here:
Interview on IdeasTap:
I’ve been given the BJP International Photography Award for work on the Caspian region. The prize includes a one week exhibition at HOST gallery in London, opening on 22nd November. More details will follow.
Radio 4 made a programme about my work called Picturing Britain: The Lady Bangers
Click here to listen again:
Photo of the Week in 6mois
Banger Boys of Britain is featured in The Sunday Times Spectrum.
I was commissioned by Danish magazine, Dagbladet Information, to shoot a series of aftermath portraits following the London riots.
Caspian has been published on David Alan Harvey’s excellent website BURN:
I met Ben from Duckrabbit at Arles last week and he’s written a piece recommending my work on his widely followed blog. Thank you Ben.
I will be taking part in an “Artist’s Preview” talk tomorrow evening, alongside Liz Hingley and Laura Hynd at Roof Unit. Tickets are free, but you need to register via the link below.
7pm Wednesday 13th July.
Roof Unit, 119 Roman Road, London, E2 0QN, London.
The British Journal of Photography have run an article about six new members, invited to join Panos:
I’ve been selected to join Panos agency, as one of six new members, coinciding with their 25th anniversary. For more information:
The Sunday Times Spectrum published three pages on the first installment of my series Caspian. They also extended the feature online:
I’ve have been selected to take part in the Foto8 Summershow 2011.
The show opens on July 8th and will run until the 12th August at HOST Gallery in Honduras Street, London, EC1 0TH.
I’ve just been given the Julia Margaret Cameron New Talent Award by the Worldwide Photography Gala Awards. I was also given 1st prize in the Documentary and Editorial Portfolio section for China’s Wild West. Very exciting as it will help fund my next trip to the Caspian.
A selection of work from Caspian will be showing at Roof Unit tonight as part of the Contact Editions VS Roof Unit Slideshow event.
119 Roman Road E2 0QN, from 7pm – http://www.roofunit.com/
Contact Editions will be showing a selection from my Caspian series on Thursday night at Photofusion gallery in Brixton.
12 Market Row, Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8LD from 7pm – http://www.photofusion.org/
Foto8’s Story of the Week features my piece on the Uighur Muslim minority in Xinjiang, China. This indigenous community are struggling to defend their culture and traditions against Han Chinese control. To have a look, follow this link:
I’ve been selected by the Magenta Foundation, as one of the Flash Forward Emerging Photographers of 2011. I’m delighted to be given the award alongside Maja, Ben, Thomas, Jon, Anastasia and Guy.
For more details, follow this link:
ASA COLLECTIVE SLIDESHOW at Nomad on Thursday 5th May at 19:30.
ASA collective will be showing my work at their new location just off Old Street. This month’s show is dedicated to female photographers, including Leonie Hampton and Laura Hynd.
Full details on the ASA collective website http://asacollective.com/
Contact Editions are also selling a run of limited edition prints from the Banger Boys of Britain series. They are extremely cheap, so if you are interested, get in there quickly.
Informal Crit for Contact Editions – 13th April starting at 7pm, the upstairs room of the 3 Kings Pub in Clerkenwell, London.
Next week I’ll be reviewing portfolios alongside Fiona Rogers of Magnum, and founder of Fire Cracker, an excellent online platform to showcase and promote the work of European women photographers. It’s free and open to one and all, so come along – we need YOU.
I was commissioned by One Handed Music, to do a portrait of newly signed Mo Kolours. Here it is.
My portrait of artist Conrad Shawcross, is featured in April’s issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
Here are a shot from the recent portrait commission I did for Stone’s Throw’s off shoot label One Handed Music. It features UK hip hop artist Paul White.
Anika promo shot for US indie label, Stone’s Throw Records.
Interview online with Jonathan Cherry for MULL IT OVER.
The November issue of f2 Freelance Photographer has just come out, including a six page feature on my work.
Banger Boys of Britain are featured in Vision Magazine, China.
I have just returned to London after a nine month trip, gathering material for my next major project. I flew to Bombay in December, and made my way back over land and sea, through Central Asia, where much of the work was focused. I’ll get new work up on the site as soon as I can.
Foto 8 have featured the Banger Boys of Britain series online.
Verve Photo: The New Breed of Documentary Photographers, have published one of the shots from The Banger Boys of Britain series. Thanks to Geoffrey Hiller for getting in contact.
Spectrum, the Sunday Times’ supplement on photography have published a two page spread on the Hasidic Holiday project. I’m delighted it came together in the end as I missed all Patrick’s emails asking to use the piece. I was out of contact, in XinJiang Province in Western China, where the internet has been banned for the past 9 months. However, he managed to include the piece in my absence. So, thank you for pursuing it, Patrick.
Monika magazine have featured The Banger Boys of Britain over 12 pages of their latest issue. I’m pleased to have the project published in such a carefully conceived and designed magazine. I hear they toiled hard to get the final result. Here are a few of the spreads.
The Telegraph online have put together a slideshow of the Bangers series, alongside a full article and video about the project.
My site was featured as a good example of recent website design in this month’s issue of F2 Freelance Photographer magazine. It was put forward by Anna from Panos, which is very nice indeed.
Contact Editions will be selling a limited edition of digital c-type prints, of one the ‘Banger Boys of Britain’ series. I was interviewed by Anna and Emily at Host Gallery, just before I left London in December. Here’s the video interview:
I am very grateful for their continued support.
Photovoice project on Radio 4
Photovoice sent me to Beijing last year, with Radio 4 producer Cheryl Gabriel, to give a workshop on sensory photography. We were teaching a group of blind and visually impaired people, as part of a project I’ve been involved in for the past few years. This Radio 4 programme was made as a result:
Thank you to Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey, who featured my piece ‘Hasidic Jews on Holiday’ on his award winning online magazine Burn. The discussion that followed in the comments section was brilliant. It was a great start to the year.
Banger Boys of Britain – Exhibition opening in London
Thanks to Alex Hislop who has featured the ‘Banger Boys of Britain’ series on the GET ME site. Have a look…..
NEW WEBSITE IS LAUNCHED.