Holly De Looze

Holly de Looze’s work documents her understanding of gender roles within domestic environments, including subjects of intimacy and performance.

Dina Luna Patey

Dina Patey is a photographer and artist based between London and Oslo. She is a recent graduate of BA Photography at LCC.

Byeori Sung

Byeori Sung is a creative photographer London and Seoul. Receipt For Life is an exploration of of the balance between work and passion.

Astrid Aagaard

Astrid Aagaard-Svendsen experiments with digital collage with interests also extending to bookbinding and multi-dimensional arts.

Arianna Poverini

Arianna Poverini’s practice is research-based and takes different forms from analogue photographs and collage, to digital image and video making. .

Aimee Day

Aimee Day is a recent BA Photography graduate for University of the Arts London: London College of Communication.

Beatrice Bonino

Beatrice Bonino’s Glimpsing in the Dark (Figure 1) is an exploration of the photograph as an object and her own self-discovery as an indi- vidual.

Yaquing Tang

Yaquing Tang is a designer and commercial photographer. The series shown here is titled Food is Doing Surreal things in the Desert.

Marita Upeniece

Marita Upeniece works across a wide range of genres to express herself and new ideas, including food and still life, portraiture and landscapes.

Eliana Lale

Having previously studied dance, Eliana Lale’s photography is inspired by the idea of movement and colour to create elegant images.

Bapi Chakraborty

Bapi Chakraborty is a fine art photographer. His extensive travels allow him to capture the world and nature in essential rhythmic forms.

Qiwen Wu

Qiwen Wu holds a Graduate Diploma Photography from University of the Arts: London College of Communication.

Lili Gyarmati

Lili Gyarmati believes our stories are the strongest links that connect us and aims to share these unique and personal histories through her visual work.

Maggie Viegener

Maggie Viegener is an Argentinian photographer. Her series Giving a Face to the Faceless documents the Covid-19 pandemic in Buenos Aires.

Ana Blumenkron

Ana Blumenkron is a Mexican photographer who has worked with publications such as Condé Nast, Expansión, and MasporMas.

Alina Saranti 

Alina Saranti’s photographic work explores themes of loss, motherhood, domesticity, nature, the darkness and the light in the everyday.

Nadine Persaud

Nadine Persaud’s series Catholic School Girl visually captures religious symbols, referencing paragraphs from the Catechism of the Catholic Church

Joe Twigg 

Joe Twigg’s series Wildlife was made across several long unguided walks, documenting suburban London in the early months of 2020.

Sam Hart

Sam Hart is a recent MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography graduate from London College of Communication.

Eugenia Falqui 

Eugenia Falqui is a photographer living in Bangkok. Her series Bangkok Dreaming explores the colour and vibrancy of the city.

Jieying Shao 

Jieying Shao is a photographer originally from China. The series Blowing in the Wind explores themes of loss and reflection.

Bryan O’Brien

Bryan O’Brien is a multi-award winning Irish photographer and videojournalist. He has worked with numerous press outfits internationally.

Ismael dos Anjos

Ismael dos Anjos’ work exposes and explores human rights issues in his home country of Brazil in an effort to champion social justice.

Nick Goring

Nick Goring’s particular interest is in our relationship with the past, both individually and collectively, and the impact it has on our identities.

Marcel Top

Alongside his traditional use of photography, Marcel Top also explores the limits and boundaries of the medium through his practice.

Claire Eggers

Claire Eggers’ series Vanishing Point explores themes of depression, anxiety and low self esteem, escalated further by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chelsey Burch

Chelsey Burch works with film photography, highlighting hints of human interaction from the developing and scanning process.

Mary Morgan

Following a career in international public diplomacy, Mary Morgan transitioned into visual arts, using her photography to reflect key issues.

Stefan Schlumpf

Stefan Schlumpf is a Swiss photographer. His work has appeared in international campaigns as well as various magazines worldwide.

Xiyuan Xiao

Xiyuan Xiao is a photographer who based between Shanghai and London. Xiao recently completed her MA Photography, graduating from LCC.

Chao Zhang

Chao Zhang is a recent MA Photography graduate for University of the Arts London: London College of Communication.

Sophie Wöhleke

Sophia Wöhleke works with analogue photography in order to explore ideas of place and identity, playing with the line between reality and fiction.

Yuxuan Xue

Yuxuan Xue was born in Dongying, China, home to the country’s second largest oil field. Xue explores the gradual depletion of this resource.

Prix Pictet: A Virtual Platform

Prix Pictet has launched a virtual platform. Designed by Gabriel Stones using gaming technology, the exhibition is a recreation of the 2019 V&A show.

Illusory Sculpture

Anish Kapoor brings clouds down to earth in a new outdoor exhibition at Houghton Hall. The sculptures explore ideas of presence and absence.

Andrew Simmons

Andrew Simmons’ work is very much autobiographical and is as much a document of his own life as it is his surroundings.

Alex Nightingale-Smith

Alex Nightingale-Smith’s series A Window into Presence uses the Covid-19 crisis as an opportunity to explore the deep states of presence.

Yuchen Gong

Yuchen Gong is an artist who holds a Graduate Diploma in Photography from the University of the Art: London College of Communication

Fatima Khatun

Fatima Khatun is a London based photographer and graduate of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from LCC.

Antoni Kowalski

Antoni Kowalski is a portrait and environmental photographer. His work circulates around the themes of belonging, identity and nostalgia.

Alessandro Perchiazzi

Alessandro Perchiazzi’s work explores the relationship between individuals and landscapes, focusing on sociopolitical issues.

Shan Jiang

Shan Jiang uses mixed media combined with narrative techniques to enrich visual effects, expressed as complete pages rather than single pictures.

Qingyu Yàng

Qingyu Yang’s practice often engages with the social conflicts that relate to his life. The series Chinese Muslim reveals a forgotten community.

Em Dessi-Makin

Em Dessi-Makin delves into mental health, relationships and representation. Sa Pippia is a personal exploration of her heritage.

Christine Le Roux

Christine Le Roux’s ongoing personal project The Greens explores the ever-changing dynamic of her grandparents 60-year relationship.

Gregor Emmanuel

Gregor Emmanuel is a London-based photographer and cinematographer, specialising in editorial and documentary style works.

Kyle Tsai

Kyle Tsai is a Taiwanese artist based in London. His series Brutalism in London explores the city’s post-war architecture.

Sichan Wang

Sichan Wang is a Chinese artist based in London. Her practice uses variety media, including photography, moving image, sculpture and storytelling

Spontaneous Forms

Control, chance and chaos are all qualities that characterise Bernar Venet’s work. The sculptor crosses lines between art and engineering.

Pioneering Women Artists

“We need connection and community now more than ever,” says Susan Fisher Sterling, Director of National Museum of Women in the Arts.