I shall be showing images from”The Canary and the Hammer” at Format Festival next year. For more information about the festival and a sneak preview from Louise Clements have a look at the British Journal of Photographies interview with Louise by Diane Smyth.
2pm Join a discussion with our exhibiting artist, Mahwish Chishty, photographic artist Lisa Barnard and IWM contemporary art researcher, Clare Carolin, on the challenges of creating artworks which represent and comment on covert war. This event runs alongside the upcoming exhibition IWM Contemporary: Mahwish Chishty, which features a mixture of 2D and 3D works that combine […]
I shall be discussing the work of Lee Miller with Alison Baskerville and Corporal Chantelle Cook after a presentation on my work, including images from a new project on the Osama Bin Laden tapes. http://www.iwm.org.uk/events/iwm-london/lee-miller-curator-talks-fully-booked
An interesting review of my book ‘Hyenas of the Battlefield, Machines in the Garden’ by Glulla Zorzi, cofounder of Micamera, a book shop and gallery in Milan specialising in photography, published in the aperture Photobook Review 2015.
I have just returned from exhibiting ‘Hyenas of the Battlefield, Machines in the Garden’ in china. The project was curated by François Cheval from Museé Nicéphore Niépce in France after seeing the work at Rencontres d’Arles in the Discovery Award earlier this year. The festival at Lianzhou was started in 2005 by Lin Wenzhao, then […]
I am trilled to announce that I have been awarded a $15,000 grant to continue developing a new project with the provisional title of Sweat of the Sun, Excrement of the Gods. The project will develop over the coming year and is a direct response to the financial crisis of 2008 and a desire to connect particular interests […]
Images from the 2015 Rencontres D’Arles Discovery award, chosen by Louise Clements. The installation was curated by myself and Louise and included smells, images, video and objects.
Mapping Territories: FotoFest in 2015 at the Houston Fine Art Fair opens Wednesday September 9, 6 PM
“Lisa Barnard opens her book Hyenas of the Battlefield, Machines in the Garden with Margaret Sackville’s poem. It reckons with the trauma borne by returned soldiers as a form of distance that resides in the eyes, and in so doing the poem clarifies the extent to which the reciprocity of community depends on our collective ability to see […]