Exciting news! Over the past year I have been working on Rice Pudding Moon & The River of Dreams a new work commissioned by Creative Black Country as part of Arts Council England and British Councils Re-Imagine India cultural exchange programme, working in partnership with Multistory (UK) & Nazar Foundation (New Delhi).
Girl Gaze: Journeys Through The Punjab & The Black Country, UK is a photographic exploration of the Punjab and diaspora communities in the West Midlands through the voices of young girls and women. The exhibition brings together newly-commissioned work by four women artists: Jocelyn Allen (UK), Andrea Fernandes (India), Jennifer Pattison (UK), and Uzma Mohsin (India).
It has been a wonderful eye opening experience and a pleasure to work with Parminder Dosanjh Creative Director of CBC, Iona Fergusson Curator and Emma Chetcuti, Director of Multistory.
Girl Gaze: Journeys Through the Punjab & The Black Country, UK will premier in Chandigarh (10-18 March 2018) and will travel to Jalandhar (23-27 March), Delhi, London and Wolverhampton later in the year.
Girl Gaze: Journeys Through the Punjab & the Black Country, UK.
Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi in Chandigarh
10th - 18th March 2018
Its Nice That
also articles in The Times India and The Express India
Thank you Rodrigo Orrantia for including my project In Sight of My Skin in a new exhibition which he has curated bringing together the recent work of women artists who work with photography and video around the theme of identity and place.
The exhibition is composed of four different areas in an intricate dialogue with each other. The main room is dedicated to recent projects by Fotomeraki –a Colombian photography collective- on occasion of the launch of their third book, this time dedicated to women photographers. From the photographers in the book, the room brings together the work of Carolina Bedoya, Julia Bejarano, Juanita Escobar, Daniella Benedetti, Nathalie Guio and Victoria Holguín.
My work can be seen in great company in the video room. The video room presents an international selection of photographic and video projects, of women artists of multiple nationalities working around the theme of the exhibition and the different narrative threads that emerge from it. The selection includes projects by Olivia Arthur (UK), Katya Anchevskaya (Russia), Briony Campbell (UK), Carlotta Cardana (Italy), Ania Dabrowska (Poland), Lydia Goldblatt (UK), Miho Kajioka (Japan), Maria Kapajeva (Russia), Laura Pannack (UK) and Jennifer Pattison (UK).
Una y Otra opens on the 22nd April at Espacio El Dorado, Bogota
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Delighted to announce I am represented by Francesca Genovese at her Leigh on Sea based gallery Francesca Maffeo Gallery.
I will be taking part in a round table discussion with Alexander Missen & Jordi Huisman.
Saturday 28th January 2017 2-5pm tickets available via the website.
Happy to announce I will be showing work in “ANIMA” a new exhibition featuring the artworks of world-class, contemporary portrait photographers.
Exhibition continues: Friday 1st – 25th July
Opening times: Monday - Friday, 9am – 7pm.
theprintspace are pleased to announce the opening of ANIMA, a collaborative group show bringing together
thirteen of the finest contemporary photographic artists in the portrait genre.
The exhibition has been curated to present a uniquely original and thought-provoking selection of images
depicting a diverse range of subjects, characters, moods and locations. ANIMA brings together, for the first
time, winning & shortlisted images from the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize and from several
other highly prestigious international exhibitions and awards. All are united by their creativity, quality and
in-depth exploration of challenging and emotive subjects and narratives.
ANIMA will feature the works of photographers:
David Titlow • Spencer Murphy • Tom Oldham • Peter Zelewski • Tereza Červeňová
Aleksandra Kingo • Laura Pannack • Sara Ak Obaidly • Hayley Benoit • Graeme Robertson
Robert Timothy • Chris Floyd • Jennifer Pattison
I was very happy to be invited to collaborate on ALPHA, a photography exhibition exploring masculinity and mental health on International Mens Day. The exhibition is in aid of the charity CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably).
The British Journal of Photography interviewed me about my project Edward, to read more please follow this link
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Exhibition runs from Friday 20th November until 26th November 2015
Prints are available to buy via thePrintspace Gallery hub - all proceeds go to CALM
Delighted to have been invited by the photography platform Uncertain Sates to exhibit a selection of my work from Levitation, Ice and the Limits of Reality
Wednesday 4th November 6.30pm-8.30pm
Exhibition runs 5th-21st November 2015
Mile End Art Pavilion
Mile End Underground-Central Line
I am delighted to have been invited by Brazilian collector Frances Reynolds to be artist in residence at Instituto Inclusartiz in Rio de Janeiro in September this year.
I will be working on the production of a new series of work and showing existing work from In Sight Of My Skin.