Bio

Minnie Weisz is a Visual Artist who lives and works in London. ( b.1972)

Memory and the passage of time are key themes to my work. A way to observe and document changing landscapes through photography and rooms turned into memory zones which can transform and transcend a sense of time and place.

Working with the process of analogue photography, and digital.

 

Selected solo and group exhibitions

2017  Stories Swiss Cottage Gallery, Swiss Cottage Central Library, London; ‘Time present Time Future…’  Art Bermondsey Project Space; Inner Landscapes  Sid Motion Gallery, London

2016  Galerie Huit Arles ( artist residency )

2014   Capriccio II  Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Hague The Netherlands ( group show ) ; Dubbel Beeld/Double Vision Kunstliefde, Utrecht, The Netherlands ( group show ); Art the Hague, WTC Gallery, The Hague

2013   View with a room  Gallery Makina, Pula Film Festival, Croatia; Inside Out  WTC Art Gallery, The Netherlands ( group show ).

2012  The Pinhole Photography Festival curated by Kenny Bean.  Justin Quinnell, Bethany de Forest, Minnie Weisz, Kenny Bean, Mark Tweedie, Katie Cooke Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh; Camera Obscura  The London Festival of Photography ( solo ).

2011  Non Obsolescence curated by Charlie Levine : Matthew Andrew, Jo Gane, Minnie Weisz  Great Brampton House, Downstairs Gallery part of Hereford Photography Festival 2011.

Education 

MA Communication Art and Design RCA. (2003)

BA Communication Graphic and Media Design LCC. (2001)

Artist Residencies 

2016  Galerie Huit, Arles France

2014  Camera Obscura commission, Motovun City Gate tower, Sutej Foundation, Croatia

2013  The London Film Museum.

Talks

2015   Camera Obscura Talk  : The Recording Vessel  The Photographers Gallery, London;  Adaptive Architecture Symposium with Architect Benedict O’Looney, CASS & BANK Gallery Space, London

2008  Recording, Framing, Witnessing  Lecture at University of Gloucestershire, UK.

Published Photographs

2013   Photography Portfolio John Ingeldew and Lorenz Gullaschen, Lawrence King, London

2012   100 Ideas that changed Photography Mary Warner Marien, Lawrence King, London

2011   The A-Z of Visual Ideas John Ingeldew, Lawrence King, London

 

 

Editor/Co-Editor with Rizzoli International publications  

2016   WKW The Cinema of Wong Kar Wai by Wong Kar Wai and John Powers. Co-Editor 

2010   Matthew Williamson by Colin McDowell. Editor

2009   Norman Parkinson A Very British Glamour by Louise Baring. Editor

2008  Narcisco Rodriguez by Narcisco Rodriguez. Editorial team

2007  A Picture History of the Grenvilles of Rosedale House by Mary Yelloly. Lyndsey Stainton. Designed and Edited