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New work at Peckham 24

I’ll be showing new work ‘Belonging’ at Peckham 24, Safehouse 1



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BJP Portrait of Britain

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Becoming India has been selected for the BJP Portrait of Britain. The  images will be displayed on billboards in public spaces around England.

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One Image one story

Really delighted to be part of  Maria Kapajeva  curatorial project One Image One Story on her site Fast Forward. Please check out her site (and my image ) on http://www.fastforward.photography/one-image-story/

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It’s East End Photomonth

Lots going on for photomonth. Kicking off with Fixing The Shadow at Rough Prints, Uncertain States Annual 2015 at The Arts Pavillon Mile End, Co-Axial and Face Off at The Cass Algate East. I’m showing my new work ‘Between Us’ a series of portaits. I’ve been in the darkroom making salt prints.


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Christmas at Chicken Shed

Every year at Christmas time I am at Chicken Shed but this year I have had the great pleasure of photographing the shows too! What a priviledge to watch the dress and technical rehersals. First it was the moving and powerful ‘Alice on the Underground’ then ‘Peter Pa’n and finally my favorite ‘Tales from The Shed’. Tales is deeply held in my heart as I spent every Saturday morning for years taking my children tosee this wonderful high energy creative show, we all ‘believe in the magic’. Now Ophir is one of the performers. To see the great work going on check out www.chickenshed.org.uk/


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The Loving Gaze

The Wireless Reader has just gone live with their episode The Loving Gaze

Love is blind – but we look, just the same. Three writers; three different ways of looking on those whom we are supposed to love. Is the eye the last word in unreliable narration? And maybe it wouldn’t matter, were one gazing upon a distant other – but what if its object is someone who’s counting on you to get it right? Viv Broughton visits days of changed status and an unstable self. Fiona Yaron-Field strives to understand whether a photographer’s child can give consent and asks whether the lens isn’t a component of the Mirror Stage. Annie Wilding checks her phone and glimpses a void within


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Opening Conversations

Fiona was on the panel for the Opening Conversations at The Brighton Biennial.

A series of panel discussions rotating on the BPB14 theme of collectives and collaboration with international practitioners and commentators, hosted by Paul Hermann.

  • Sallis Benney Theatre, University of Brighton
  • Fri 3 Oct, 2.30pm – 5.30pm


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Brighton Biennial 2014

Fiona Yaron-Field participating in the Uncertain States show at the Brighton Photo Biennial  2014:

…An exploration of collaborative working methods, with five very different contemporary photography collectives…

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Circus Street, Brighton, BN2 9QF
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Print Sales Uncertain States and Four Corners

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Very exciting new venture between Uncertain States and Four Corners. I’ve got my new work ‘After The Bloom‘ in their limited edition collection.

Check out their websites for more information

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