Next Generation 2015 Interview with Photographer Chloe Newman

Next Generation 2015: Future Greats

Contemporary photography is entering a limitless post-analogue phase of innovation. Aesthetica has handpicked a selection of promising young photographers working across documentary, fine art and experimental digital media, in partnership with London College of Communication. These creatives are pushing the limits of photography through cross-platform experimentation. We interview London-based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Chloe Newman.

Chloe’s photographic work resides in the realm of artifice, critiquing our consumer culture of synthetic excess. Her series Black Tropicana, produced in collaboration with fellow London College of Communication graduate Rebecca Scheinberg, presents a world of lurid commodities through a retro lens, resembling a throwback to the disco era. Since graduation, Chloe has worked on commission for diverse clients such as WAH London, Bompas & Parr and The Pony Club. Her photography has been featured in Aesthetica, alongside Dazed Digital, It’s Nice That and many more publications, and has been exhibited in galleries such as Corsica Studios and the Serpentine, London.

To explore more of Chloe’s work, visit and pick up the August/September issue of Aesthetica.

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