June 2022

Group Show

June 3 - July 31st 2022
Het Nieuwe Muntgebouw, Utretch, The Netherlands
More info here


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Through touch, image, smell and sound, the COME ALIVE artists pull out all the stops to make our bodies the first and most important gatekeepers. The physical experience helps us to unlearn ingrained behavior and to admit new knowledge, allowing us to look at ourselves and others through new lenses. With local residents from multicultural neighborhoods in Utrecht, we break through culturally shaped walls. Eroticism as a life force belongs to everyone.

AES + F / Alice Heron / Alix Marie / Angel-Rose Oedit-Doebé / Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens / Annika Kappner / Bas Kosters / Chang Gao / Company New Heroes / Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley / Eli Joteva / Ernesto Neto / Esther Arribas / Frank Bloem / Geoffrey Lillemon / Hsin Min Chan / Hyenaz / Inge & Martin Riebeek / Jan Koen Lomans / Jesse Jones / Johan Grimonprez / Joyce Overheul / Laura A Dima / Margriet van Breevoort / melanie bonajo & SKINSHIP / Mette Sterre / Naomi Rincón Gallardo / ORGIE / Oscar Peters / Pauline Curnier Jardin / Samantha Nye / Sophie Calle / sWitches / The Army of Love / Viktoria Kova / Wafae Ahalouch el Keriasti / Yamuna Forzani / Zoï Tatopoulos


June 2022

Group Show
Two Sisters


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May 2022

Peckham 24

More info here

Copeland Park, London
Friday 13th May 6pm to midnight
Saturday 14th May 11am-8pm
Sunday 15th May 11am-6pm



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The Peckham 24 team are delighted to announce that the 3 day festival will return to Copeland Park and Bussey Building from Friday 13th to Sunday 15th May 2022.  Peckham 24 presents a dynamic programme of exhibitions and events during Photo London Week, with a mission to shine a spotlight on young and experimental artists working with contemporary photography. 

This year’s festival is curated on the theme of FACT FICTION FANTASY.  The artistic programme will explore photography’s relationship to truth, investigation and imagination through the work of artists who blur the lines between the real, the fictional and the fantastical.






Peckham 24 is a not-for-profit festival established in 2016 by curator Vivienne Gamble and artist Jo Dennis. With a focus on new talent and experimental artists working with photography, the festival takes over a number of warehouse and gallery spaces across Copeland Park and Bussey Building in the heart of Peckham’s artistic scene.


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Photo London
Booth D25

More info here

Somerset House, London
12 - 15 May 2022



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 Margarita Gluzberg / Rut Blees Luxemburg / Jonny Briggs / Felicity Hammond / Alix Marie / Olivier Richon / Sophy Rickett / Lindsay Seers / Chooc Ly Tan / Bettina von Zwehl

To celebrate the launch of the artist edition Photosphere by Margarita Gluzberg, HI-NOON are delighted to present the exhibition ATMOSPHERES at Photo London 2022.

Margarita Gluzberg’s edition Photoshere, an exquisit silver bromide print individually hand tinted with pencils from the 1950s, proposes the idea of time travel via the photographic lens and the resurrection of materials from another era.

To celebrate this new work HI-NOON has curated an exhibition that explores artist’s spheres in photography.

The selection of spheres in the exhibition encompasses revolutionary moments and monuments, moods and memories, deep shadows and reflections, particulates, bubbles and lenses, planets and worlds beyond.

Many of the artists draw on autobiographical elements to investigate questions of identity and the self. There is evidence of a complex interplay of interiority and exteriority, threading the weight of the emotional and psychological into the physical realm, with a consideration of material space and the corporeality of the body. The material presence and tactility of the artwork is a key concern for several artists in the show, bringing the photographic medium into three-dimensional space, for example, or utilising a handmade multi-surfaced aesthetic.

A shared sense of humour and a lightness of touch characterise these artists’ collective approaches. Narratives are hinted at, backstories emerge and fade, conclusions are never quite reached. These are worlds seen through a female gaze – one imbued with a fierce awareness of the cultural legacy left by the dominance of the male viewpoint. Meeting head-on the complicated relationships between voyeurism and expressions of female sexuality, Damned If I Do embraces the power of sensuality and opens up the possibilities of a new way of looking.


Pâme Pop Up

Limited Editions on Silk

11th - 16th of May
16 Calvert Avenue
E27JP London





April 2022

Group Show

Damned If I Do

Curated by Arianne Hughes





Damned if I do; damned if I don’t. A paradox of daily existence surrounding the haunted doublings that emerge from society’s double standards. The virgin-whore, the untouchable priestess, the innocent temptress. A series of female archetypes, their potential power held in check by social conditions.

The exhibition Damned If I Do challenges the social straightjacketing of the patriarchal system, bringing together work across a range of media by a group of women artists exploring the female experience, the body, and the gaze. The artists challenge and subvert the hypersexualisation of the female body in Western culture, looking to undermine problematic art historical tropes and traditions surrounding the female nude.

Across the show, body parts melt together in visceral assemblages. Masked lovers gaze into surreal reflections. A half-eaten apple is held to an open mouth. Fingers intimately grasp the inner folds of an ear. Damned If I Do is both expression and interrogation of a distinctly feminine visual vernacular, binding these artists together while leaving space for individual concerns and approaches.

A rich vein of folklore, religion, and mythology is woven throughout the exhibition. Dreamscapes emerge replete with symbolism and surreal imagery, pointing to the importance of worldmaking and the re-telling of stories to address ingrained gendered imbalances. The role of organised religion is hinted at in the titular evocation of damnation, as well as in visual references to the crucifix, occult symbols, and the rapture.

Many of the artists draw on autobiographical elements to investigate questions of identity and the self. There is evidence of a complex interplay of interiority and exteriority, threading the weight of the emotional and psychological into the physical realm, with a consideration of material space and the corporeality of the body. The material presence and tactility of the artwork is a key concern for several artists in the show, bringing the photographic medium into three-dimensional space, for example, or utilising a handmade multi-surfaced aesthetic.

A shared sense of humour and a lightness of touch characterise these artists’ collective approaches. Narratives are hinted at, backstories emerge and fade, conclusions are never quite reached. These are worlds seen through a female gaze – one imbued with a fierce awareness of the cultural legacy left by the dominance of the male viewpoint. Meeting head-on the complicated relationships between voyeurism and expressions of female sexuality, Damned If I Do embraces the power of sensuality and opens up the possibilities of a new way of looking.


March 2022


Vogue Italia

Interview by Chiara Bardelli Nonino

Read here


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February 2022

Limited Edition


We like art x Rembrandthuis

More info here 
Buy here

We Like Art provided two special editions by Aline Thomassen and Alix Marie on the occasion of the exhibition 'RAW - a realistic view of the human body' in the Rembrandt House Museum.




January 2022

Solo Show

Sorsi Di Sale


27/01/2022 - 18/03/2022




Sorsi di sale is Alix Marie’s first solo show at Ncontemporary in Milan. The exhibition brings together works created between 2019 and 2021, never exhibited before in Italy.

Central to the solo show at Ncontemporary are some pieces from Marie’s latest body of work Styx, which was presented for the first time in 2021 as part of the artist’s solo exhibition at the National Center For Photography in Ballarat, Australia. The project, commissioned by Photoworks UK and the Ballarat Foto Biennale, explores the artist’s interest in water deities and the relationship between the body and its representation, through an expansive idea of photography.

Styx is a Greek deity who represents the boundary between the earth and the afterlife. The goddess is presented in its human form in a video performance starring Nina Boukhrief, a longtime collaborator of the artist. Alongside the video installation, which occupies the space of the gallery’s project room, a wearable sculpture and a sound work are exhibited for the first time on this occasion.

Together with the works from Styx, the artist presents a series of works produced in 2019, on the occasion of her solo exhibition at the Musee des Beaux Arts Le Locle (MBAL), in Switzerland. The central focus of these sculptural works is the figure of the siren; the dangerous maneater creature from Greek mythology and its evolution towards the Northern European folkloric hybrid of the mermaid, archetype of a femininity submissive to love.


Group Show


Fotografiska New York

More info here
12/02/2022 - 01/05/2022



30 female-identifying artists from 20 different countries diversely explore the female gaze in this exhibition centered on the naked body in contemporary photography.

NUDE is a collection of images that portray the body through beautiful, disruptive, and experimental lenses, seeking to subvert the historically predominant male gaze and celebrate the human form.

NUDE addresses the centuries-long fascination with the naked body, and explores the balance between “the nude” as an idealized form versus an honest, natural, and personal artistic expression. In this exhibition of over 200 works of photography, film, and installation, the viewer receives a comprehensive global view of what the body means, how it is used, and what it tells us about modern society from a female perspective.

Jenevieve Aken (NG), Evelyn Bencicova (SK), Arvida Byström (SE), Elinor Carucci (IL), Joana Choumali (CI), Angélica Dass (BR), Brooke DiDonato (US), Alexandra von Fuerst (IT), Aneta Grzeszykowska (PL), Carlota Guerrero (ES ), Marie Hald (DK), Ina Jang (KR), Viki Kollerova (SK), Joanne Leah (US), Yushi Li (CN), Monika Macdonald (SE), Laila Majid (PK), Malerie Marder (US), Alix Marie (FR), Sakiko Nomura (JP), Momo Okabe (JP), Denisse Ariana Pérez (DO), Bettina Pittaluga (FR / UY), Lotte van Raalte (NL), Lina Scheynius (SE), Leah Schrager (US), Dana Scruggs (US), Julia SH (SE), Prue Stent & Honey Long (AU), Luo Yang (CN)


Group Show



More info here
22/01/2022 - 22/05/2022

Picturing the human body as it really is – that is not as obvious as it might seem. For centuries we have idealized our own and other people’s appearance. Nowadays we do it with Photoshop, plastic surgery and filters on social media. In the seventeenth century they idealized the way people looked in works of art. Rembrandt, however, did not. He looked at others – and himself – with an open and curious gaze, and often depicted people with the utmost realism. In the group show RAW, Rembrandt’s etchings introduce the work of thirteen contemporary artists.
The show revolves around works by Melanie Bonajo, Marlene Dumas, Alix Marie, Buhlebezwe Siwani, Alex Farrar, Rineke Dijkstra, Paul Kooiker, Shannon Finnegan, Milan Gies, Jeroen Schokkin, Verena Blok, Aline Thomassen and Natasja Kensmil.

All the artists in this exhibition give a realistic view of the human body, its natural functions and the way we present ourselves to the outside world. A welcome and sobering alternative to the prevailing ideal image. The artworks are sometimes vulnerable, sometimes powerful, sometimes confrontational, but always raw.

The Rembrandt House Museum is also organizing a number of inspiring events in the context of RAW. The programme includes the talk show and podcast RembrandtLIVE: Self-Image in Times of Social Media, a series of workshops at MK24, online lectures in collaboration with the Vrije Academie, an exclusive guided tour and studio visits in association with the Young Collectors Circle and a networking day for art students. We also have a special partnership with We Like Art!, with whom we have made two exclusive RAW art editions, in cooperation with artists Alix Marie and Aline Thomassen. 

RAW has been made possible in part thanks to the support of the Mondriaanfonds. RAW runs from 21 January to 22 May 2022 in the Rembrandt House Museum, Amsterdam.


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November 2021

Group Show
Akio Nagasawa Gallery

More info here

Alix Marie, Antony Cairns, Daniel Blaufuks, JH Engström, Lin Zhipeng (林志鹏) aka No.223, XU ZHEN®, Marefumi KOMURA, Yuko MOHRI

11/18 - 12/25/2021
GALLERY HOURS | Thu.–Sat. 11:00–13:00, 14:00–19:00
CLOSED | Sun–Wed., National Holidays

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Introducing Alix Marie
by Etienne Hatt
Artpress n. 493 - November 2021




a ppr oche
 12-14 November 2021
Le Molière, Paris
Link to book here

a ppr oche is an independant salon dedicated to the experimentation of the photographic medium, conceived as an exhibition, with a curatorial gaze and composed only of solo shows. 16 artist, represented by 15 French and international galleries will be exhibited from 12-14 November 2021 in Le Molière, Paris.

a ppr oche est un salon indépendant dédié à l'expérimentation du medium photographique, conçu comme une exposition avec un regard curatorial et composé uniquement de solo shows. 16 artistes, représentés par 15 galeries françaises et internationales seront exposés du 12 au 14 novembre 2021 dans l'hôtel particulier Le Molière à Paris.

a ppr oc he is directed and curated by Emilia Genuardi.
Guest curators: Etienne Hatt, Caroline Stein, Tatyana Franck, Aurelia Marcadier, Raphaelle Stopin


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September 2021

Solo Show


National Centre For Photography
Ballarat International Foto Biennale
Until January 2022


Photoworks and Ballarat International Foto Biennale announce a partnership and will present the latest project by artist Alix Marie. The solo exhibition will open in Ballarat in August 2021 as part of Ballarat International Foto Biennale.

In this new body of work titled Styx, Marie explores further her interest of water deities, and the intersection between the body, its representation, and an expansive idea of photography. The ancient myth of Styx, a Greek Oceanid representing the boundary between the Earth and the Underworld is the departing point.
In the first room, the artist will create an immersive installation making use of found X-Ray images transferred to large translucent fabrics using the cyanotype procedure, a technique that is intrinsically linked to water.

In a second room, Styx will take on the human form, in a projection where the deity is embodied by the performer and Marie’s long-term collaborator Nina Boukhrief. The only attire the goddess fashions is a set of hand-crafted copper wings, connecting with Ballarat’s own history of the gold rush.

With this original interdisciplinary installation, Marie explores the fragility of the body and of the contemporary world.

Styx will be on display at the National Centre For Photography in Ballarat, Australia, until january 2022. Alongside the exhibition, Marie will participate of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale’s associated programme, and it will be announced on Photoworks channels soon.


September 2021

Group Show

curated by
Marcel Feil

The Netherlands
17/09 - 19/09 2021

Thomas Albdorf / Lara Almarcequi  / Maarten Baas / Kevin Bray / David de Beyter / Popel Coumou / Inka & Niclas / Alix Marie / Hanna Redling / Sheida Soleimani / Dafna Talmor / AnnRun Trygvadottir / Joost Vandebrug / Letha Wilson 


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September 2021

Group Show

curated by
Alix Janta

08/09 - 25/09 2021


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September 2021

Group Show


03/09 - 28/11 2021



With a focus on the human body in contemporary photography, NUDE presents works by 30 female artists from 20 different countries around the world.

The human body, naked. In the exhibition, it is presented from various beautiful, subversive and experimental perspectives with the aim of challenging the traditionally dominant male gaze in a tribute to the human body in all its forms. NUDE is a commentary on, and reflection on, art history's traditional fascination with the naked (often female) body. The balance and spaces between “nudity” as a purely aesthetic motif versus a sincere, natural and personal artistic expression are explored through 30 different art forms. The exhibition, which consists of over 200 photos, films and installations, provides a multifaceted picture of the body's significance in modern times, how it is used and what it can tell us from a global and female perspective.

Jenevieve Aken (NG), Evelyn Bencicova (SK), Arvida Byström (SE), Elinor Carucci (IL), Joana Choumali (CI), Angélica Dass (BR), Brooke DiDonato (US), Alexandra von Fuerst (IT), Aneta Grzeszykowska (PL), Carlota Guerrero (ES ), Marie Hald (DK), Ina Jang (KR), Viki Kollerova (SK), Joanne Leah (US), Yushi Li (CN), Monika Macdonald (SE), Laila Majid (PK), Malerie Marder (US), Alix Marie (FR), Sakiko Nomura (JP), Momo Okabe (JP), Denisse Ariana Pérez (DO), Bettina Pittaluga (FR / UY), Lotte van Raalte (NL), Lina Scheynius (SE), Leah Schrager (US), Dana Scruggs (US), Julia SH (SE), Prue Stent & Honey Long (AU), Luo Yang (CN)


May 2021


Alix Marie & Yushi Li:
Postures & Posers

Curated by Hi-Noon
15th-30th May 2021 @ Filet Gallery, London.

Building on Marianne Wex’s encyclopedic project Let’s Take Back Our Space: ‘Female’ and ‘Male’ Body Language as a Result of Patriarchal Structures, Alix Marie’s & Yushi Li’s photographic works come together to further provoke the binary. These postures do not sit within a linear catalogue of the gaze but rather create alternative ways of being and looking until we are not quite sure who is doing the posing. Yushi Li appropriates the authority of art-history to highlight constructs at play whilst Alix Marie investigates new fluid structures that have their own powerful body language within them.

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Maybe in May
Gioia Di Girolamo, Elena El Asmar, Marie Jacotey, Rada Kozelj, Alix Marie, Michela Martello

Curated by Elisabetta Mero & Valentina Rignano

13.05.21 | 13.06.21 | Basilica di San Celso, Milano



February 2021

Alix Marie x Pâme


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I am thrilled to announce my collaboration with french brand Pâme and the launch of 4 limited edition silk scarves.
They can be worn or framed, and are available from now on here with a 10 % discount for pre-orders.
Each model is an edition of 50 and comes with a signed certificate, the price will increase as the edition sells out.


Je suis très heureuse de vous annoncer ma collaboration avec la marque française Pâme et la création de 4 éditions limitées de mes photographies sur foulards en soie.
A porter ou à encadrer, ils sont maintenant disponibles ici avec une réduction de 10 % pour les pré-commandes.
Chaque modèle est une édition limitée de 50 exemplaires accompagnée de son certificat d'authenticité et le prix augmentera au fur et à mesure des ventes.



January 2021


NFZ #3 - The Body as Territory
Ruth Beraha | Alix Marie | Silvia Hell
Curated by Roberta Pagani

Opening  January 13
15.00 - 21.00
Ncontemporary Milan



The NFZ#3 exhibition (the third chapter of the No Fly Zone project, initiated back in 2016) is scheduled to finally open on January 2021. It leaves this past year behind and, with the works of the three artists invited to present their research in a collective dialogue, tries to provide notes as a starting point for a lucid reading of the present destiny of bodies.

The skin as the surface or rather the territory that defines our space of relationship (or boundary) with ‘the other’, suggests nothing but the impossibility of an identification between the individual (the self) and the context in which she lives (the environment).


La mostra NFZ#3 (terzo capitolo della serie No Fly Zone iniziata nel 2016) si lascia alle spalle questo anno appena trascorso e, con le opere delle tre artiste invitate a presentare in un dialogo collettivo le loro ricerche, prova a fornire appunti da cui partire per una lettura lucida del presente destino dei corpi: politici nella loro astrazione, alieni perché riferiti alla mitologia, biologici e dunque mortali, ma per questo anche ultraterreni.

La pelle, che è la superficie o per meglio dire il territorio che definisce il nostro spazio di relazione (o di confine) con ‘l’altro’ ci suggerisce nient’altro che l’impossibilità di un’identificazione tra l’individuo (io) e il contesto in cui vive (l’ambiente).

Ncontemporary Milan
Via Lulli 5, Milan
Wed-Sat 15.00-20.00




November 2020

Click here to visit 
Photoworks Print Sale

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Shedded Skin was part of the body of work Sucer La Nuit created for a solo show at Musée Des Beaux Arts Le Locle in 2019. In Sucer La Nuit, Marie explores the influence of supernatural – yet familiar – figures such as the witch and the mermaid and pursues her investigation of gender stereotypes in relation to mythologies. Shedded Skin alludes to the snake’s symbolism and its relationship to metamorphosis, erotic powers and the occult.

C-type print on paper
Paper size, 8 x 10 inches / 20.34 x 25.40 cm
£120 (Photoworks Friends £96)

This print is part of the Photoworks 2020 print sale, a fundraising print sale where 50% of the proceeds go to Photoworks to help fund our programme and continue creating opportunities for artists and 50% goes to the artist who has made the work.

This print is not limited by quantity, but limited by time and is only available to purchase between 25 November 2020 and 9 December 2020 at 9pm GMT.

Click here to buy !


August 2020

Photoworks Festival


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TIFF Festival

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April 2020

Limited Edition Print Sale
as part of the Artist Support Pledge

I have made limited print editions available for sale at £200 each.
You can choose from the five different works below, each photograph is a 20 x 30 cm limited edition of 10 and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Please email afnmarie@gmail.com if interested.



Artist Support Pledge:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many artists around the world have found themselves without work, teaching, technical support, gallery work, exhibitions and sales have disappeared. In an attempt to help alleviate some of this stress Matthew Burrow has instigated the Artist Support Pledge.
The concept is a simple one. Artists make work availbale to sell for no more than £200 each (not including shipping.)
Anyone can then buy the work. Every time the artist reaches £1000 of sales they pledge to buy another artist's work for £200.


February 2020

Group Show



December 2019


British Journal Of Photography
Sean O'Hagan Best of 2019

"The Guardian’s photography critic selects his top photobooks and exhibitions of 2019 (...):
Of the current wave of young female artists using photography to address the personal and the political, Alix Marie seems to be the most inventive and mischievous. Her mini-survey show of surreal photo sculptures disrupted the often blandly commercial thrust of Photo London, while Shredded, her critique of male bodybuilding culture, was an almost overwhelming experience that made maximum use of the minimal space that is the Roman Road gallery in east London. Influenced by the transgressive writings of George Bataille and the fetish doll sculptures of Hans Bellmer, her work explores notions of desire, gender, the unconscious, and the irrational. The results, by turns compelling and disturbing, are utterly singular. David Cronenberg would almost certainly approve."



November 2019

Group Show

Counter Acts

29/11/2019 - 22/01/2020
Lethaby Gallery
Central Saint Martins

Celebrating 35 years of shared history with the Turner Prize. 
Join us for Counter Acts, an exhibition which highlights the extraordinary history the University of the Arts London (UAL) has with art’s most prestigious prize. Since its inception, over half of all winners of the Turner Prize have studied or taught at the University but this is the first time all 6 Colleges have come together to celebrate our unique contribution.
Drawing on a diverse range of perspectives and approaches, the exhibition will reflect on art practices that have defined the University’s past, as well as those which will shape our future.
The exhibition is curated by Osei Bonsu, UAL alumnus and Curator of International Art at Tate Modern. Contributing artists include: 

Assemble | Helen Chadwick | Cathy de Monchaux | Jeremy Deller | Gilbert & George | Penny Goring | Antony Gormley | Madelynn Green | Mona Hatoum | Lubaina Himid | Goshka Macuga | Alix Marie | Jimmy Merris | Vong Phaophanit | Laure Prouvost | James Richards | Yinka Shonibare | Mike Taiwo | Anne Tallentire | Nicola Tyson | Gillian Wearing | Bill Woodrow



Between Aeaea and the Rocks of Scylla

The Horse Hospital
Doors at 6.30 pm

Alix Marie & A---Z (Anne Duffau) present a night of sirens sounding, Between Aeaea and the rocks of Scylla where sea creatures emerge at dawn to take you on a journey you might never come back from...
Dive deep into the water with us, and succumb to the temptation of the siren's song!
In correlating with Alix Marie exhibition in Switzerland titled: Sucking on the night, Musée Des Beaux Arts Le Locle
With Performances by
Zoë Marden / Mermaid Rain / Holly Slingsby
Films by 
Maya Deren / Sarah Duffy / Takata Fuyuhiko / Dakota Gearhart / Evan Ifekoya / Natalia Janula / Tai Shani / Zadie Xa
Sound Piece by
Katarina Hruskova




Inteview on Swiss National TV RTS for Sucer La Nuit
La Puce à L'oreille, replay (in french) here: link



Solo Show

Sucer La Nuit

01/11/2019 - 26/01/2019
Musée des Beaux-Arts Le Locle

link here 

The work of Alix Marie (France, 1989) mixes photography, sculpture and installation. For her first exhibition in Switzerland, the French artist based in London continues her research on our relationship with the body. Alix Marie explores feminine mysticism through various mythological figures. Taking over the third floor of MBAL, the artist inspired by the green room of the museum, has created a space haunted by a feminine presence.  Green, – the colour of the wallpaper in the room – is the colour of the other, of science fiction, fantasy, or of witches’ skin, the artist draws inspiration here from childhood and fairy tales. In this installation, Alix Marie also summons sisterhood; collaborating for the first time for an audio piece with two childhood friends. Continuing her research on myths and gender, Alix Marie focuses here on female figures who are part of childhood: the witch, the godmother and the mermaid – ambiguous figures that can be both good and evil and have inspired superstitions and beliefs that have had a major impact on psychology and the imaginary. Alix Marie’s questioning of gender construction therefore combines autobiographical elements and mythology to offer visitors a unique experience.



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October 2019

Group Show

Peer to Peer
17/10/2019 - 22/12/2019

Open Eye Gallery


A snapshot of the state of art in UK and China today. Forming the centre of LOOK Photo Biennial 2019, Peer to Peer is a group show of 14 artists, selected by 14 curators from across the UK and China. In Liverpool, the exhibition will take place across Open Eye Gallery and the vaulted basement of St. George’s Hall; it will also be shown at Shanghai Centre of Photography in February. The exhibition platforms artists on the verge of major international recognition.

From the UK, Anna Ridler presents her AI-generated projects Mosaic Virus and Tulips, based on handmade image datasets and recently shown as part of the Barbican’s AI: More than Human. Excerpts from Forest, Yan Wang Preston’s recent Sony World Photo Award-winning work will also feature, charting the construction of ‘natural’ landscapes in China. Maisie Cousins began as a Tumblr photographer and was recently named in the DAZED 100 — her sickly-sweet photographic style uses close-ups of everyday objects to make lucid images in which attraction and repulsion collide powerfully.

Orlando by Alix Marie sits somewhere between photography and sculpture: Body parts are crumpled and piled up into a large mound of warped body parts. Othello De’Souza-Hartley’s work unpicks contemporary masculinity, looking at how and why men feel compelled to perform a gender role. Jonny Briggs’ Unpalatable Truths is an unnerving, surreal examination of the cover-up of child abuse on the island of Jersey. Mandy Barker’s Soup tackles the accumulation of plastics in earth’s oceans; she meticulously collects plastic objects from beaches around the world and presents them as constellations, exposing the growing threat to marine and terrestrial life. Siân Davey’s years working as a psychotherapist shine through her photography, which charts the delicate balances of family life.

Fan Xi’s Tree consists of images made from photographing hundreds of trees from many angles, and stitching the photos together into a single organism. The dreamy, buoyant images of Jiang Pengyi’s In Some Time are made without a camera — the artist manipulates darkroom techniques to paint with faint, chemically-created light. Chen Zhe’s Towards Evening seeks to chart people’s slippery relationship with the twilight time between day and night, offering attempts to capture the fading of the day through photos and fleeting text.

Wu Yue looks at the second life of previously popular places, capturing a former nightclub that has now become a nursing home. The stark black and white photographs of Sun Yanchu are loaded with surrealism, showing the strange scenarios that arise in a landscape of urban decay. Playing with the chemical origins of photography, Qin Yifeng captures objects through a process of long exposure, presenting them in negative  — through the ghostly shadows the scenes leave on the film.

Peer to Peer is curated by Lindsay Taylor (University of Salford Art Collection), Thomas Dukes (Open Eye Gallery) and Serein Liu (independent curator, based in Shanghai). It is produced in partnership with University of Salford Art Collection, and supported by Branding Shanghai and Shanghai Municipal Government.


John O’Shea, Head of programming at Science Gallery London. Nominated – Anna Ridler
Louise Fedotov-Clements, Director of FORMAT International Photography Festival & Artistic director of QUAD, Derby. Nominated – Siân Davey.
 Christiane Monarchi, Founding Editor of Photomonitor, London. Nominated – Othello De’Souza-Hartley.
Scott Gray, CEO and Founder of the World Photography Organisation. Nominated – Alix Marie.
Thomas Dukes , Curator of Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool. Nominated – Dr. Yan Wang Preston.
Shoair Mavlian , Director of Photoworks, Brighton. Nominated – Maisie Cousins.
Brett Rogers OBE, Director of The Photographers’ Gallery, London. Nominated – Jonny Briggs.
Anne McNeill , Director and Curator of Impressions Gallery, Bradford. Nominated – Mandy Barker.
Mimi Chun, Founder and Director of Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong. Nominated – Jiang Pengyi.
Peipei Han, Associate Director of PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai. Nominated – Fan Xi.
Serein Liu, Independent Curator, Shanghai. Nominated – Chen Zhe.
Liu Heung Shing, Founder, SCOP (Shanghai Center of Photography). Nominated – Wu Yue.
Karen Smith , Artistic Director, SCOP (Shanghai Center of Photography). Nominated – Sun Yanchu.
Lu Xun, Founder and Director, Sifang Art Museum & Independent Collector. Nominated – Qin Yifeng.

link here



September 2019

Vic Odden Award

Royal Photographic Society 


"Alix Marie, the London based artist receives the Vic Odden Award, for a notable achievement in the art of photography by a photographer aged 35 or under, studying photography in the UK. Marie’s work spans the mediums of photography and sculpture. Her visceral exploration of gender, identity and the human body has received much acclaim." 

link here


July 2019

Limited Edition


Buy your limited edition print on here !

Encounter (2014) ed of 30, 30 x 30 cm, 300 GBP


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Group Show

20th of July – 15th of September 2019

curated by Peter Bencze
AQB Project Space, Budapest

Andreas Fogarasi / Alix Marie / Anna Perach / Birke Gorm / Dardan Zhegrova / Emese Benzcur / Erin M Riley / Josep Maynou / Julie Béna /  Klaas Rommelaere / Laszlo Felugossy / Miklos Ederly / Ola Korbanska / Robotto - Otto Szabo / Tenant Of Culture




Group Show

We Sing The Body Electric
2nd – 28th of August 2019

curated by Camilla Cole
Gallery 46, London
Private View: 1st of August 6-9pm
Opening Hours: 12-6pm Tuesday to Saturday

Juliette Mahieux Bartoli / Ingrid Berthon-Moine / Stine Deja / Enam Gbewonyo / Amy Holt / Bex Ilsley / Laila Majid / Stacie McCormick / Alix Marie / Marie Munk / Fern Lucia O'Carolan / Katarzyna Perlak / Cherelle Sappleton / Karolina Stellaki / Rebecca Wallis




May 2019

Solo Show


10/05 - 14/07 2019

Roman Road, 69 Roman Road, E2 0QN, London




Interview with Sean O'Hagan for The Guardian

read here

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Shredded, article by Hannah Abel-Hirsch for the British Journal Of Photography

read here

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Shredded, article by Alex Peters for Dazed Beauty

read here

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Solo Booth with Roman Road



Photo London

10 photos exploring the art of intimacy at Photo London article in SLEEK 
read here

11 Artists we love at Photo London 2019 article in FAD
read here 

Photo London: All the Nudes Not Fit to Put On Instagram article in FAD by Paul Carey-Kent
read here

The Financial Times by Melanie Gerlis
read here


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Article in SLEEK

read here


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January 2019



The nominees for the 2019 Arendt EMOP award are: Carina Brandes, Matthieu Gafsou, Weronika Gęsicka, Alix Marie, SMITH.
The opening ceremony will be held on May 15, 2019 at the premises of the Law firm in Luxembourg / Kirchberg.


Upcoming Fairs

FEBRUARY 7 - 10 2019

Roman Road 
Stand B25



February 13 - 19 2019

Salon The Academy 
curated by Claudia Rech



MAY 16-19 2019

Roman Road Booth





December 2018


Hundred Heroines

Royal Photographic Society
link here


Thousands of nominations, 1,300 nominees, and ten weeks of deliberation, the jury has reached its decision and, on the centenary anniversary of women’s suffrage in the UK, is delighted to announce the names of its Hundred Heroines. It has been a hugely challenging exercise given the breadth and depth of talent, and variety of practice, amongst the nominees.

The Jury believes that its choice of the final hundred showcases the best of global contemporary female photographic practice, and reflects the amazing diversity of methodologies and approaches of different generations of women working within the medium.

Speaking about the selection process, jury chair Rut   Luxemburg said: “The process of looking at the work of over 1000’s of photographers was incredibly stimulating and inspiring for the jury. It opened up so many new avenues of understanding in contemporary photography practices. The selection of a Hundred Heroines reflects a much larger community of female photographers, those chosen to salute and embody this community are emblematic for their inspiration, advocacy and pioneering spirit.”

With this celebration of the UK centenary of women’s right to vote, the RPS is also acknowledging the need for change within the world of photography.  This year has seen a number of initiatives highlighting and attempting to address gender inequality in photography. The RPS Hundred Heroines campaign is proud to be part of the movement that is accelerating the recognition of ground-breaking photographers working globally.

The announcement of our Hundred Heroines should not be seen as the end of the campaign.  Instead, it is just the beginning – the first step on a journey to highlight the outstanding work being done by women in photography.   The campaign will continue with different initiatives and events, and will also continue to feature stories of photographic heroines around the world.

Adama Delphine Fawundu & Laylah Amatullah Barrayn / Aida Muluneh / Alix Marie / Anastasia Taylor Lind / Aneta Grzeszykowska / Anne Hardy / Annegret Soltau / Britta Jaschinski / Carrie Mae Weems / Chloe Dewe Mathews / Clare Strand / Clementine Schneidermann / Collier Schorr / Cristina de Middel / Daesha Devon Harris / Dana Lixenberg / Dana Popa / Dayanita Singh / Dragana Jurisic / Elina Brotherus / Ellen Carey / Eva Stenram / Evgenia Arbuga / Fatma Bucak / Gillian Wearing / Gohar Dashti / Graciela Iturbide / Hannah Collins / Hannah Reyes Morales / Hannah Starkey / Heather Agyepong / Helen Sear / Helene Binet / Indre Serpytyte / Isadora Kosofsky / Jane Hilton / Jenevieve Aken / Jillian Edelstein / Joana Choumali / Jodi Bieber / Josephine Pryde / Joy Gregory / Katy Grannan / Laia Abril / Lalla Essaydi / LaToya Ruby Frazier / Laura El-Tantway / Lise Sarfati / Lorna Simpson / Lua Ribeira / Marcia Michael / Mari Bastashevski / Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons / Marianne Mueller / Martha Rosler / Mitra Tabrizian / Miyako Ishiuchi / Monica Alcazar-Duarte / Nan Goldin / Natasha Caruana / Newsha Tavakolian / Noemi Goudal / Oksana Yushko / ORLAN / Paola Paredes / Pixy Liao / Rahima Gambo / Rena Effendi / Renate Bertlmann / Rineke Dijkstra / Rinko Kawauchi / Sarah Jones / Shirin Neshat / Sian Davey / Sonja Hamad / Sophie Calle / Susan Derges / Susan Lipper / Susan Meiselas / Tacita Dean / Taryn Simon / Tereza Zelenkova / Tracey Moffatt / Trish Morrissey / Ursula Schulz-Dornburg / Valerie Belin / VALIE EXPORT / Vanessa Winship / Viviane Sassen / Wendy Ewald / Wendy McMurdo / Wendy Red Star / Yagazie Emezi / Yan Wang Preston / Yto Barrada / Yushi Li / Zanele Muholi / Zarina Bhimji / Zineb Sedira / Zoe Leonard


September 2018



Organized by EMOP
Berlin, 6th of october 2018
Museum Fur Fotografie




Issue 4

Interview by Camille Talent



July 2018


It's Nice That 
Article by Emma Latham Phillips
link here

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July 2018


 until 05/08 at the Frankfurter Kunstverein
more infos here 

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copyright: Nobert Miguletz, Alix Marie for FOAM TALENT at Frankfurter Kunstverein


June 2018


Chinese Photography Magazine
Interview by Xu Hao


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May 2018


This Is Tomorrow
Review of

at Roman Road

link here


Review by Kaitlyn Kane

Water declares itself the primary medium of Alix Marie’s ‘La Femme Fontaine’ – its presence in the gallery is inescapable. Running through long, clear tubes, it finds its way into every corner of the space. It scales the high walls only to come back to the ground. It trickles audibly into shining silver bowls and the splashing carries and echoes. It spills on to the floor, collecting in shallow puddles. The disorder of it, untidy and uncontained, is strange to see, seemingly at odds with the modern white walls of Roman Road.

It’s only in the context of the rest of the installation that all of this water finds meaning; throughout the gallery, the tubes are threaded through concrete casts of Marie’s body. On one wall, it’s threaded through the artist’s mouth. In the centre of the room, water drips into three bowls, finding its way through a hand, a breast or a thigh, threatening to submerge them all together.

These concrete forms shape and direct the water, but while some are easy to assign, it takes me several minutes to recognise her back, her neck, or her elbow amongst the collection. The casts are spread throughout the gallery, and Marie’s body surrounds you. They’re mounted on the walls, tucked into corners, littered around your feet, and while the water is insistent, the concrete is unyielding.

This is Marie’s first solo exhibition in London, and with this introduction, she is furthering her ongoing exploration of the body, here focusing on the mythical and cultural affiliations between women and water. There are sirens and river nymphs in Greek myth; the goddess Aphrodite was famously born out of sea foam. In Ancient Egypt, the River Nile was represented by a goddess, and in Arthurian legend, the Lady of the Lake plays a central though ambiguous role in the story. Standing in ‘La Femme Fontaine’, you place yourself in their domain. Surrounded as you are by water, they’re in control.

This, though is oversimplified. For while water might be connected to feminine power, Marie is tapping into other cultural associations as well. In the messiness of the installation, through the discomfort that provokes, she is invoking the idea of the abject, exploring and threatening cultural definitions of propriety regarding the female body and bodily functions. There is much about the female body that is contained by society, much that is deemed impure and inappropriate. The title of the exhibition highlights this – ‘la femme fontaine’ is a popular French expression for female ejaculation, an event of sexual expression that remains contentious and is often censored. In the UK, for example, it is banned from being shown in porn.

In this installation, Marie’s hard, concrete casts seem to lavish in wetness; they are one with the fluids that run through them. They refuse to be the soft, pink flesh that society desires. They refuse to be embarrassed or to be separated from the truth of their reality. They stand solid, for themselves, and embrace and demand power.

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April 2018

Solo Show


05/04 - 20/05 2018

Roman Road
69 Roman Road
E2 0QN London




Group Show


13 April – 25 May 2018

Private View: 12 April 6-8pm at The Koppel Project Hive
Performances: 12 April & 17 May 2018

Augustine Carr / Otto Ford / Clair Le Couteur / Alix Marie / WARD
Chantal Faust / Gili Lavy / Samantha Lee/  Anna Skladmann / Andrea Zucchini

The Koppel Project is pleased to present Natur Blick, curated by Augustine Carr and Paula Zambrano, which brings together the work of ten contemporary artists who investigate the concept of ‘scanning’. The works included vary from photography to installation, video to performance, and sculpture as well as accompanying texts by Chantal Faust. 


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January 2018

Solo Show


16/02 - 23/03 2018

Ratinger Tor, Düsseldorf
part of the Düsseldorf Photo Weekend 2018


Ratinger Tor
40213 Düsseldorf

Opening times during Düsseldorf Photo Weekend
Opening 16/02: 6 PM – 9 PM
17/02: 12 PM – 8 PM
18/02: 12 PM – 6 PM

Opening times after Düsseldorf Photo Weekend

Every Saturday: 12 PM – 6 PM
and by appointment (please contact kontakt@duesseldorfphotoweekend.de)


December 2017


Bleu, Alix Marie's first book published by Morel Books has joined the TATE MODERN library.

MDAM a joint publication with artist Mia Dudek published by The Plantation Journal has been shortlisted for the Anamorphosis Prize and joined the MOMA library.


Alejandro Cartagena selected Bleu as part of his list of the Best Books of 2017 for photo-eye:
"Bleu has me coming back to it over and over again. It is not about what I can understand of it but what it makes me feel, and that is just a mix of things; fragility, disgust, curiosity, sexiness, strangeness, anxiety and many more things. I think it´s this viscerality and entanglement of sensations that never lets you go. You want to come back to try and find peace. But there is no peace in this book. It feels like we are no more than just pieces of flesh, dehumanized and twisted. A gross book that makes you feel alive."

Gabriela Cendoya  selected Bleu as part of her list of the Best Books of 2017 for PhotoBookStore Magazine: "An extraordinary book-sculpture of the body, of the surface of the skin, by the french artist Alix Marie. You can feel the shivering through the pages, touch the bruises, examine the secrets. An amazing work."

Sarah Allen, curator at TATE MODERN, selected Bleu as part of her list of the Best Books of 2017 for LensCulture: "Bleu is an immersive journey into the textures, colours and patterns of skin. This wonderfully tactile photobook absorbs the viewer in an abstract world of flesh. Marie works at the intersection between sculpture and photography and it’s fascinating to see how she has resolved these two interests through the form of the photobook."

Bleu est dans les 10 livres photo de 2017 séléctionnés par Libération



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Novembre 2017

La photographie, un univers en perpétuelle expansion
par Clémentine Mercier dans Libération du 9/11/2017

Article en ligne ici



November 2017


You can read an interview in Greek by Annita Apostolaki for Liberal here




BLEU, Alix Marie's first book can be ordered here:



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August 2017

Group Show

The Body is Victory and Defeat of Dreams
K-Gold Temporary Gallery, Lesvos, Greece


Κ-Gold Temporary Gallery, the contemporary art platform founded by Nicolas Vamvouklis on Lesvos island, presents the art project “The Body is Victory and Defeat of Dreams” (from Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke’s poem), that comprises a group exhibition, performances and an educational program in collaboration with the Municipal Gallery of Mythimna.

Curator Dr. Athena Hadji focuses on the human body as a field of glory and a battlefield, as victory and defeat, as the axis around which the exhibition is structured. Participating artists were selected accordingly, so were their works, some already realized, others as special commissions. “The Body is Victory and Defeat of Dreams” celebrates the human body in all its glory and decay. It employs works in various media, various scales, various material manifestations, in order to highlight the variety of ways in which the human body unfolds. Placed in a historical edifice, that bears traces of successive changes of use through time, the works converse with the architectural shell and the texts that inspired the choice of each work. The visitors are thus called upon adapting their somatic response each time as well as respond in toto to the architectural, artwork, and literary stimulants, coming to face in the end their own physical challenges and their personal boundaries. With the support of NEON.

Participating artists | Arcangelo Sassolino, Aimilia Giannopoulou, Lydia Dambassina, Alix Marie, Andreas Stylianoudakis, Christos Mouchas, HOPE, Anna Maria Samara, HART+LËSHKINA, Lito Kattou, Orestis Lazouras, Gjergj Bodari, Louise Plaze

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Photography Museum Amsterdam



Each year, Foam Magazine holds a Talent Call: a search for exceptionally talented photographers between the ages of 18 and 35, from all across the world.

Photographers are invited to submit their portfolios for publication in the magazine's fall Talent issue and the accompanying travelling exhibitions. For selected photographers, the 'Talent stamp' functions as a springboard for the international photo industry, earning them global recognition and praise.

The 11th Talent Call was the largest to date, with an impressive 1790 submissions from 75 different countries. Foam is delighted to announce the names of the 20 selected artists, whose work features in Foam Magazine #48 and the Foam Talent exhibition, on show in Amsterdam from 1 September: 

Sushant Chhabria (India), David De Beyter (France), Mark Dorf (USA), Alinka Echeverría (Mexico/UK), Weronika Gęsicka (Poland), Wang Juyan (China), Thomas Kuijpers (The Netherlands), Quentin Lacombe (France), Clément Lambelet (Switzerland), Namsa Leuba (Switzerland/Guinea), Erik Madigan Heck (USA), Alix Marie (France), Martin Errichiello & Filippo Menichetti (Italy), Wang Nan (China), Kai Oh (South Korea), Viacheslav Poliakov (Ukraine), Ben Schonberger (USA), Sadegh Souri (Iran), Harit Srikhao (Thailand) and Vasantha Yogananthan (France).

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May 2017

with Artwort Magazine, read here


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May 2017

Publication Launch

Mia Dudek + Alix Marie
The Plantation Journal

Roman Road Gallery, London

Saturday 13th Of May
2 - 6pm  


MDAM is a collaboration between The Plantation Journal and artists Mia Dudek and Alix Marie made on the occasion of their eponymous exhibition at Roman Road.
This new publication takes a compelling look at the artists' experimental approaches to photography and sculpture. While their current exhibition gathers installations and more sculpture-based works, the MDAM book is a playful puzzle that brings together their photographic practices exploring bodily matters.

The Plantation Journal is an art initiative and project space, run by Trine Stephensen, showcasing explorations within the curatorial and photographic fields in the contemporary arts through exhibitions, workshops, events and publications. It presents a carefully curated selection of photographic works related to sculptural photography. MDAM is exploring the format of an exhibition catalogue, introducing work that is not necessarily seen in the show, but that has been essential for the creation of the exhibition at Roman Road. 




April 2017

Joint Show

Mia Dudek + Alix Marie

Roman Road Gallery, London

27th of april - 26th of may 2017
opening on 26th of april 2017



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January 2017

Solo Show

La Femme Fontaine

 Materia Gallery, Rome

Opening on 14th of January 2017






September 2016

Magazine Feature

Portfolio printed in GUP #50
Guide To Unique Photography Magazine






June 2016

Upcoming Exhibition

Identify your limitations, acknowledge the periphery.

Caline Auon, Jennifer Douglas, Justin Eagle, Sean Edwards, Ditte Gantriis, Maria de la O Garrido, Lauren Godfrey, Ludovica Gioscia, Felicity Hammond, Holly Hendry, Karin Hueber, Alix Marie, McGilvary/White, Paul Merrick, Lucia Quevedo, Charlie Godet Thomas, Aethan Wills and Madalina Zaharia.   

VITRINE gallery, Bermondsey Square, London 

June 12 - September 11




June 2016

Group Show


Katja Larsson - Jay Price - Josie Cockram - Nikolai Ishchuk - Cally Shadbolt - Joella Wheatley - Kostas Synodis - David Watkins - Alix Marie  - Silvia Lerin

Clerkenwell Gallery, 20 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1

June 28 - July 10




March 2016

Group Show


Robert Cervera, Katarina Hruskova, Alix Marie

Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London

19th of March - 10th of April 2016

Sunday 10 April  4pm - A---Z video programme featuring Laure Prouvost, Zina Saro-Wiva, Tai Shani and Jordan Wolfson.
Curated by Anne Duffau on the occasion of the exhibition Ichor.






Excerpt from Lucy Soutter's new article Expanded Photography: Persistence of the Photographic for Chinese magazine Photoworld :

"Alix Marie is fascinated by the photographic index—the power of the photograph to provide a direct physical trace of the thing photographed. In Orlando, another sculptural installation, a viewer encounters a huge heap of rock-like lumps, which on close inspection have photographic surfaces that looks fleshy, like some combination of skin, wax, pink marble or meat. Each photographic object is made out of close-up photographic prints of Marie’s boyfriend’s skin, mediated with layers of cracked and melted wax, scanned and reprinted. Marie plays on photography’s ability both to capture surface detail and to provide a precious souvenir of intimate moments. Blown up so much larger than life, Orlando’s skin is kind of creepy, and the piece as a whole has a rather obsessive feeling that reflects our attempt to use photography to hold on on to those we love. Other artists working in a related vein (who, like Marie attended the Royal College of Art) include Darren Harvey-Regen and Jonny Briggs, both of whom play with the notion of photographic trace and the push and pull between reality and representation."

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French photographer Alix Marie‘s images will have you looking more than once, her exploration of the mutated body pushing the bounds of the medium and our comfort level. Beginning with nude images of herself and those closest to her, Marie takes her photographs and transforms them into large-scale installations and sculptures. The bloated proportions and crumpled flesh deflect and divert from the photograph’s origin, resulting in behemoth forms of something not altogether human. Targeting our relationship and unease with our bodies as well as implied undercurrents of femininity, the series presents a naked intimacy both stripped to the bone and deeply impassioned. We asked Marie about her process and where these figures come from.
- Excerpt from Feature Shoot article