I have been living permanently in Buenos Aires for the last few years, working on my long term project Guido Models. The photographic project evolved into a documentary feature, now premiering at the Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival, BAFICI, on April 19.
I will upload images from the project very soon. Meanwhile you can see the trailer here:
I won the Calumet award for best entry on film at the Renaissance Photography Prize. The show of 100 images selected by Monica Allende, Michael Hoppen, Brett Rogers, Brigitte Lardinois and Mary McCartney runs until the17th.
I've been shortlisted for the Renaissance Photography Prize in the Expression category.
The awards will be announced at the Mall on the 13th of June and the show will run from that day also.
In April I will be starting Atelier Smedsby, a one year workshop with JH Engstrom.
On April 12th Modern Love, the new DayFour book and exhibition opens at The Printspace in London. Modern Love preview here.
In May I am exhibiting at Rabbit Hole Projects in New York, running alongside the NY Photography Festival. Details to follow.
I am still working on my book Islands and producing new work for two series, going back and forth between London and Buenos Aires. I will upload a preview very soon.
I've just moved to a new studio, where I'm working full time on my first book and casting for a new portrait series.
There's a few more stories and film stills in the Commissions section; a lot of new personal work to edit, which will follow in November.
New film stills and portraits. "Somebody to love me" is a music video by Saam for Mark Ronson for which I also did the production design. "Toast" features on set still of the film based on Nigel Slater's autobiography, starring Helena Bonham-Carter.
There are also a few new portraits in the Commissions section and some new work in A Long Adolescence, which seems of late be turning into a diary...
Auction: I've donated a print from the Well Read series to www.resourcesforautism.org.uk/auction
The auction goes live on October 15 and includes work by Lord Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid, Sir Peter Blake, Sam Taylor-Wood, Bruce Oldfield and many others.
I also have some work in this year's RCA secret postcard exhibition. The exhibition can be visited from 12th November and the sale opens on the 20th.
On Thursday 29 April 2010 at 8 pm, the gallery THE RECTANGLE in Raval, starts its journey with the exhibition MOMENTS by young photographer Julieta Sans (Buenos Aires, 1979), showing her work for the first time in Barcelona.
Press release available here soon.
I have just been selected for a summer residency at art centre Hangar in Barcelona.
"Hangar is a centre for arts production and research, set up by the Association of Visual Arts of Catalonia (AAVC) in 1997. It provides support facilities for artists and designers and offers services adapted to production needs associated with the arts world."
New art and trends blog Les Archivistes has just published an interview and selection of my work. Click here to read it - in French.
I will be showing some work as part of Day Four's You Can't Always Get What You Want exhibition and book launch.
The exhibition will run from Friday the 11th of December until Wednesday the 30th of December at The Printspace Gallery, 74 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DL. Go to DayFour.info
The Royal College of Art's yearly secret postcard exhibition closed last weekend. I contributed three works along artists like Gerard Richter, Yoko Ono, Julian Opie and Bill Viola as well as RCA students and many other artists.
Click here for more information and previews of all the postcards.
One of the Dreamland portraits has been selected for this year's competition and show, opening in August, juried and curated by Charlotte Cotton. Opens August 2009. Visit the exhibition website.
See Commissions section featuring production stills from Billy Lumby's debut film, about Disney and cryonics.
My Well Read series will be showing as part of Photocinema this year's edition of Format International Photography Festival. Other artists include David Lynch, Wim Wenders, William Eggleston, Hannah Starkey, Cindy Sherman and Nadege Meriau. Visit Format 09.
The portrait Swann's Way from Well Read has made the cover of Sunday Times Spectrum as part of a feature dedicated to Format 09. Click here to see it. Download pdf.
Honourable mention for Well Read: http://px3.fr/winners/2008/HonorableMentions.php
I am showing some of my work at Mycroft Gallery in Paris in a group show with Richard Kern, Sean Orena, Lina Scheynius and others. It is on until the 27th of April.
I have won this year's second prize. The exhibition is on until February in the National Portrait Gallery and will then go on tour, opening at The Lowry in Manchester. Click here for more information.