The Somnambulist (1995) is shown as part of L‘Enfance dans la collection Agnès B at La Fab, Paris from 24th Feb – 30th June 2022.
‘As the Media Wall gasps its last pixelated breaths, selected works from its 10 years of life will flash across its screen at the Photographers’ Gallery from 11th January – 23rd February 2022. Collectively these projects explore themes of identity, representation and commodification from the aftermath of Web 2.0 to … Continue Reading
Chat Room (2019) was included as part of curator Hining Ye’s ‘Imaging our Futures‘ exhibit for the Insights programme at the 2021 Shangahi Photofair (3-6th Nov).
‘Imaging Our Futures featured the works of twelve brilliant artists and collectives include Discipula (Italy), Fernando Montiel Klint (Artbaena, Mexico), Shun Li (China), Wendy … Continue Reading
A new commissioned work entitled ‘Night Garden’ was shown as part of Florilegium – a gathering of flowers’ at Inverleith House.
Florilegium was curated by Emma Nicholson and is the inaugural biennial exhibition marking the re-opening of Inverleith House at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh. It marks Inverleith House’s new status … Continue Reading
Wendy McMurdo’s photographic work ‘The Somnambulist’ was exhibited in ‘ON AIME L’ART.. ! Collection Lambert, Avignon, France, (6 July – 5 November 2017) This exhibition comprised over 400 works from the agnès b. collection and took the form of a ‘journey of the senses’. It was organised around artists the … Continue ReadingLink →
I will be participating in Between Realities between 31st Aug – 14th Oct 2018
Anna Uddenberg, Jacob Kirkegaard, Julius von Bismarck, Wendy McMurdo & and Katja Novitskova, Fargfabriken, Stockholm
‘Five contemporary artists participate in the exhibition Between Realities and, in different ways, focus upon what it entails to be human … Continue ReadingLink →
A new commission launches on the Media Wall at The Photographers’ Gallery, London in Oct 2017. ‘Indeterminate Objects (Classrooms) is a work by award winning Scottish photographer Wendy McMurdo. The project continues her investigation into the relationship between children and computers, and is inspired by young people’s fascination with immersive … Continue Reading
‘Let’s going to a Place’ was shown within the collections at the Museum of Childhood in 2017 as part of the Edinburgh Visual Art Festival.
I am exhibiting work from my 2016 project ‘Let’s go to a Place’ in the group exhibition Regarding Portraiture curated by Andreas Schmidt at Galerie Andreas Schmidt in Berlin this Spring.
The show runs from 6th May – 15th July 2017 and includes work by Wendy McMurdo, Louis Porter, Corinne Vionnet, Georgia Metaxas, Oliver Schmidt … Continue Reading
In January 2017, I am showing new work as part of ‘Gravitas’ curated by Christiane Monarchi, founding editor of the online magazine Photomonitor for London Art Fair.
‘The presence of gravitas signalled coming of age in the Roman times. Echoed through Photo50, the fifty works presented provide a window into the … Continue ReadingLink →
The Scottish Endarkenment: Art and Unreason | 1945 to the Present opens at Dovecot Gallery on 13 May and runs until 29 August 2016. This multi-layered thematic exhibition curated by Bill Hare and Andrew Patrizio of The University of Edinburgh, produced in collaboration with Dovecot Gallery and with support from … Continue Reading
Wendy McMurdo is showing as part of Origins – contemporary photography in Britain and India.
British Council Galleries, New Delhi.
15th Oct – 3rd January 2016