Ivory Campbell
Photographer

Ivory Campbell is a London based artist working within the mediums of filmmaking, photography, and words. Her approach to storytelling focuses mainly on exploring dreamlike qualities found in the everyday, combined with natural scenery and elements.

In the last year, Ivory has heavily rooted her practice in art and culture, working with musicians, artists, and communities across the world to tell their stories. A main focus of hers is traveling to underrepresented destinations and creating articles along with photographic essays. Ivory’s travel story The Madagascar Diaries following residents of the southeast African country’s capitals, coastal towns, and fishing villages was featured in i-D, and her most recent travel story, Oaxaca: A Technicolor Daydream, documenting the culture and color of Oaxaca, was recently published on Teeth Mag. She is now part of the Thursday’s Child Global community as part of their artist roster. Other notable features include work with Fred Perry, P.Magazine, Nataal and SLEEK Magazine.

Ivory Campbell
Photographer

Ivory Campbell is a London based artist working within the mediums of filmmaking, photography, and words. Her approach to storytelling focuses mainly on exploring dreamlike qualities found in the everyday, combined with natural scenery and elements.

In the last year, Ivory has heavily rooted her practice in art and culture, working with musicians, artists, and communities across the world to tell their stories. A main focus of hers is traveling to underrepresented destinations and creating articles along with photographic essays. Ivory’s travel story The Madagascar Diaries following residents of the southeast African country’s capitals, coastal towns, and fishing villages was featured in i-D, and her most recent travel story, Oaxaca: A Technicolor Daydream, documenting the culture and color of Oaxaca, was recently published on Teeth Mag. She is now part of the Thursday’s Child Global community as part of their artist roster. Other notable features include work with Fred Perry, P.Magazine, Nataal and SLEEK Magazine.

  • popular
    Oct 5, 2023 – Apr 14, 2024
    Institut Valencià d’Art Modern / IVAM
    Valencia, Spain
    What is “popular”? Popular is not fame or celebrity. Popular is not the products of mass culture. Popular is not pop. Popular is not the art of the people, nor the identity of the country, nor the symbols of the nation. The popular is not the product of the proletariat or the craftsmanship of the working classes. The popular is not folklore. The popular is not clichés or tourist souvenirs.The popular is not visual candy, one-euro merchandise, advertising royalties. Popular is somewhere in-between all of that (more…)
  • Adrián Balseca: Routing Rubber
    Jan 19 – Mar 30, 2024
    Canal Projects
    New York, USA
    ROUTING RUBBER (January 19th – March 30th, 2024), showcases Ecuadorian artist Adrián Balseca’s (Quito, b. 1989) research on the plantation rubber industry in the Amazon. Produced on black and white, 16mm film, The Skin of Labour (2016) and its accompanying archive, provide a historical revision of the Amazon’s rubber boom, which saw its highest production from the years 1879 to 1912. Through the project, Balseca challenges the idea of the Amazon as a natural horizon, centering this territory as the origin of industrial modernity. (more…)
  • Zhanna Kadyrova: Border Memory
    Feb 17 – May 5, 2024
    Uppsala Art Museum
    Uppsala, Sweden
    Ukrainian artist Zhanna Kadyrova lets urban materials such as asphalt, concrete and tiles bear witness to history’s many layers of rearrangements, visions and shattered dreams. The artist works in a post-minimalist tradition, and the spatial installations refer both to utopian movements and to how abstraction in art is linked to the modern project. Since Russia’s full-scale invasion in 2022, Kadyrova’s art has focused entirely on psychological and sociological aspects of the war. (more…)