Work showing at the Hayward gallery’s Kiss My Genders

The Hayward gallery are currently exhibiting the show Kiss My Genders from June 12th – September 8th. I am showing ‘Glamrou’, an image by Amrou Al-Kadhi and I. The work was originally shot for Cause & Effect magazine in 2016 and was styled by Amnah Hafez. “Spanning the past 50 years, Kiss My Genders brings together over 100 artworks by artists from around the world who employ a wide range of approaches to articulate and engage with gender fluidity, as well as with non-binary, trans and intersex identities. Working across photography, painting, sculpture, installation and video, many of the artists in …

Exhibition: Represent! at the People’s History Museum

I am currently showing work at the People’s History Museum in Manchester at their show Represent! Voices 100 Years On. The exhibition features a selection of images from my Parade project, including pictures of Sisters Uncut. The show is running until until February 2019 – find out more about it here, and read about it below: “Represent! Voices 100 Years On reflects on those who campaigned for better representation; most famously the suffragists and the militant suffragettes.  The recently acquired Manchester suffragette banner will be displayed for the first time alongside sashes, brooches, photographs and cartoons, helping to paint a picture of what representation meant …

Parade exhibition at Mois de la Photo /Off, Paris

A preview exhibition of my project Parade was held at Studios Paris gallery in Montmartre from April 1st – 29th. Initially shown over the opening weekend of Le Mois de la Photo / Off festival, it was then selected to run for the full festival month. Parade was hosted by Alisa Gallery curation.