Camila Jurado
Photographer

I was born and raised in Mexico City; I started taking photographs at the age of 15 when my dad gave me my first Polaroid. At the age of 16 I got my first job as a photographer in Mexico City working for a music magazine photographing concerts and portraits of local artists. Two years later I studied photography in Mexico City at the Academy of Visual Arts and then made a short course at the International Centre of Photography in New York. I then moved to London for a BA in Media and Communications at Goldsmiths College and now I am doing a joined MA with Sotheby’s Institute of Art and University of Manchester on Historical and Contemporary Photography.

I specialise mainly on documentary portraiture and street photography.

Camila Jurado
Photographer

I was born and raised in Mexico City; I started taking photographs at the age of 15 when my dad gave me my first Polaroid. At the age of 16 I got my first job as a photographer in Mexico City working for a music magazine photographing concerts and portraits of local artists. Two years later I studied photography in Mexico City at the Academy of Visual Arts and then made a short course at the International Centre of Photography in New York. I then moved to London for a BA in Media and Communications at Goldsmiths College and now I am doing a joined MA with Sotheby’s Institute of Art and University of Manchester on Historical and Contemporary Photography.

I specialise mainly on documentary portraiture and street photography.

  • Martin Boyce: Before Behind Between Above Below
    Mar 2 – Jun 9, 2024
    Fruitmarket
    Edinburgh, Scotland
    This Spring sees a new exhibition in all of the Fruitmarket’s spaces from Glasgow-based artist Martin Boyce. Boyce, reworks and references the textures and forms of the built environment. Using the iconography of the everyday alongside the formal and conceptual histories of modern architecture and design, his sculptures often form poetic landscapes which merge interior and exterior spaces. In an extended act of homage and deconstruction Boyce has most notably referenced Jan and Joël Martel’s concrete trees of 1925. (more…)
  • How we remember tomorrow
    Feb 13 – Jun 15, 2024
    University of Queensland Art Museum
    Brisbane, Australia
    How we remember tomorrow celebrates storytelling across generations, through oceans and waterways and transcending eras and perspectives. Featured artists understand the watery spaces of our planet as ancestral archives: sources of knowledge that carry stories and cultural practices. Alongside their kin, they honour intergenerational narratives that are disseminated along ocean currents despite ongoing colonial legacies of forced displacement, homeland dispossession, indenture and the loss or dormancy of vital cultural practices. (more…)
  • Viviane Sassen: Phosphor
    Publication
    Prestel
    International
    Tracing a career of more than thirty years, this celebration of the prodigiously talented Dutch photographer includes vibrantly colored portraiture, landscapes, still lifes, abstract compositions and fashion editorials. From her early African-inspired work to her more recent experiments in interventionist techniques, Viviane Sassen has gained international acclaim for her striking, dynamic images that explore a range of themes and subjects (more…)
  • Miranda July: New Society
    Mar 7 – Oct 14, 2024
    Fondazione Prada
    Milan, Italy
    Curated by Mia Locks, Miranda July: New Society is the first solo museum exhibition dedicated to Miranda July’s work. Spanning three decades, from the early 1990’s until today, the exhibition includes early short films, performance, and multimedia installations. The exhibition debuts F.A.M.I.L.Y (Falling Apart Meanwhile I Love You), a multi-channel video installation July made in collaboration with seven strangers via Instagram. (more…)