Bodies in Nature Bodies in Nature is a study of the human form and its context within the natural world, comprising three groups of work: Postcards from Pachamama, The Gold Images and Pink on [...]
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Zanjir Zanjir is a conversation imagined between the artist, Amak Mahmoodian (1980 – present) and the Persian princess and memoirist, Taj Saltaneh (1883 – 1936). A universal meditation on loss and separation, the book draws on imagery from the [...]
Yo soy otro tú, tú eres otro yo (I am another you, you are another me) Yo soy otro tú, tú eres otro yo (I am another you, you are another me) (In Lak’ech Ala K’in) Mexico is a country [...]
Nalini – A personal journey exploring migration, distance and loss. Spanning India, East Africa and the UK, Nalini explores the connected histories of Arpita Shah’s mother, [...]
La Bête A Modern Tale In 2012, Benabderrahmane returned to her home country of Morocco after 12 years, crossing the dunes and plains to create Super-8 films mapping out the ever-changing landscape. The film stills collected in [...]
Safe House by Lea Thijs Alain Thijs struggled with bipolar disorder for over 20 years, undiagnosed and trying to cope with extreme mood swings placed a significant strain on the family. Now on medication and finally aware of the reasons behind [...]
SOME ARE BORN TO ENDLESS NIGHT — DARK MATTER Curated by Renée Mussai Autograph, London 13 September 2019—25 January 2020 Text by Renée Mussai partially excerpted from ‘Visible Darkness’, in Lina Iris [...]
Hiding From Baba Yaga Like the girl Vaselisa running away from Baba Yaga in the Slavic fairy tale, many people throughout history have sought protection from the Yenisei river, and the woods it runs through. Nanna Heitmann’s [...]
Since I first picked up a camera in 2014, photographing my brothers, who are now eleven and seven years old, has been the center of my practice. The [...]
Remain Remain was made in collaboration with several of the men who still remain on Manus Island, PNG, six or more years after they left their homelands to seek asylum in Australia, but instead were sent [...]