I help curate small contemporary exhibitions at Argentea Gallery, Birmingham, including to date group shows and solo shows with Aliki Braine, Gin Rimmington-Jones and Lisa Ross.
The following exhibitions I curated while employed as Curator of Photographs at the Museum of London. Click on the links below for context…
London Nights (2018) Major group exhibition including over 60 photographers/artists from the museum collections and on loan and over 300 works overall.
Night Visions (2018) Group outdoor exhibition, co-curated with Rosalie Wiesner, bringing together MA Photography students work from Royal College of Art and London College of Communication, submitted and selected via an open call in response to the themes of London Nights.
Magnum Live Lab (2017) Pop-up exhibition at Magnum Photos concluding a fortnight Live Lab Residency there working with Olivia Arthur, Carl de Keyzer & Mark Power
Stomping Grounds: the photography of Dick Scott-Stewart (2016) Exhibition offering the late photographer’s documentary work on subcultures and subjects’ sense of belonging.
Soldiers & Suffragettes: The Photography of Christina Broom (2015) Major exhibition showcasing the life and work of the pioneering photographer
Observing the Crowd: Photographs by Bob Collins (2014) Exhibition of vintage and later prints revealing the photojournalist’s work, drawn from the collection.
London Street Photography (2011) Major exhibition, co-curated with Mike Seaborne, taking a chronological walk through the development of street photography in London.