The Surreal in the Work of Clare Strand. Essay by Camilla Brown for Photomonitor.

Over the years Clare Strand has developed a range of projects and books and had a consistent output of her work nationally and internationally in exhibitions. Passionate about photography, she has been keen to interrogate its boundaries and limits. As with most contemporary art it can be hard to pin down Strand’s oeuvre as she adopts a heterogeneous style. Her work is always a project and exploration, and it seeks to provoke intelligent debate.

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Hyeres Photo Jury

imagePhotography jury. Hyeres 21st-15th April 2016.‪With Chris Littlewood,Lesley Martin,Clare Strand,Jean Paul Goude ,Gareth Pugh,Pierre Louis Denis,Chantal Webber,Jean-Michel Bertin,Susan Bright andHeval Okcuoglu

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Chance Operations Workshop

The Chance Operations Workshop devised by Clare Strand in collaboration with PhotoEspana Masterclass Students 9th- 12th Feb 2016. imageFoto: Jonás Forchini. Alumos Máster PHE 2015-2016: Emilio Correia, Gema Polanco, Cecilia Lutufyan, Daniel Martín Maestro, Oliva María Rubio (Directora del Máster), Bilal Touzani, Silvia Griglio, Juan Cano. Xia Zhengfei y Jonás Forchini.

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V&A Museum Collections

From series Signs of A Struggle A black and white photograph of a parked car at night. One of the front doors is open, the front seat is covered with foil and there are large dark stains on the ground in front of the car. The print is mounted onto a slightly yellowed cardboard.image

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ArtMastered Review.  “The nature of Strand’s new work - thorough, repetitive, slightly obsessive in a good way - feels like stepping inside the artist’s mind in her search for fresh experimentation”

ArtMastered Review.  “The nature of Strand’s new work - thorough, repetitive, slightly obsessive in a good way - feels like stepping inside the artist’s mind in her search for fresh experimentation”

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10 Least Most Wanted....

previews at Centre Pomipdou as part of A History of Art, Architecture, Design from the 1980’s until Today. Curated by Christiane Macel. Pictured here with Clement Cheroux senior curator of photography, Centre Pompidou.
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