ABOUT

Holly Falconer is a London-based photographer, hailing originally from the west country. Her work focuses on capturing groups and subcultures in the UK with a particular interest in the queer community. Holly’s photography has been widely exhibited and she’s worked for clients such as the BBC, i-D and Channel 4.

SELECTED CLIENTS: 

BBC, Channel 4, Nike, Converse, Shelter, Whitechapel Gallery, Magic Me, Liberty, MCM, Wolf & Badger, Young Women’s Trust, Illustrated People

SELECTED EDITORIAL CLIENTS: 

i-D, The Fader, Paper magazine, Refinery 29, Rollacoaster, UK & US Vogue Online, Vice, Photoworks, Cause & Effect, Time Out, Recens Paper, Attitude, Diva, Guardian

AWARDS:

2017: A winner of the Magenta Foundation Flash Forward award 2017

EXHIBITIONS:

Solo shows:

Parade, Studios Paris Gallery, April 2017
Hibiscus Rising, Shutterbug London, March – April 2014
Technicolour Hymns, XOYO London, October – November 2011

Group shows:

Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery, London, June 2019 – September 2019
Represent! Voices 100 Years On, People’s History Museum, London, June 2018 – February 2019
Undocumented: Healthcare for the hidden, Four Corners, London, September 2016
Nightclubbing, Point Ephémère, Paris, February 2016
Salon/15, Photofusion, London, December 2015 – January 2016
Labyrinth Photographic: A Year in Review, Labyrinth Photographic, London, April – May 2014
Club Photos: London x Paris, Dog Eared Gallery, London, October – November 2013
Girl on Girl: Female Responses to Modern Women, Dalston Superstore, London, June – July 2012
Thread Gallery at the Gallery of Photography, Dublin, April 2012
Let Them Eat Cake: Cover Story, XOYO, London, February 2012
The Most Cake Art Show, The Book Club, London, March 2010
C’est pas Cool, Scream Bar, London, May 2010
Genesis: Art for Haiti, The Rag Factory, April 2010

 

Time Out: “Falconer has captured a colourful, raw confidence that shines out of all her portraits.”

i-D: “When she shoots fashion, Holly Falconer’s models appear as strong and interesting characters – people we’d like to be friends with rather than dead-eyed lookbook mannequins.”