Wendy McMurdo is showing as part of Origins – contemporary photography in Britain and India.
British Council Galleries, New Delhi.
15th Oct – 3rd January 2016
Wendy McMurdo’s Classrooms will be shown as part of DATA RUSH at the 2015 Noorderlicht International Photofestival in Groningen from the 22nd Aug to 11th Oct.
‘In Data Rush, internationally renowned photographers and multimedia artists take stock of the digital era. We surround ourselves with virtual networks, but to what extent do we still … Continue Reading
Wendy McMurdo’s work from her Digital Play series is shown as part of the exhibition: PORTRAITS FROM AN ISLAND curated by Anna Fox and Amit Sheokand.
Artists: Martin Parr, Anna Fox, Natasha Caruana, Karen Knorr, Sharon Boothroyd, Jason Evans, Eileen Perrier, Nigel Shafran, Clare Strand, Anthony Luvera, Wendy McMurdo, Neeta Madahar, … Continue Reading
Wendy McMurdo is a photographer and filmmaker who focuses on the relationship between technology and identity expressed through the images and ideas of childhood. She looks at the psychological world of children and young people, both as a protected space and, increasingly, as a ground for marketing wars and a prematurely … Continue Reading
The Photographers’ Gallery launched its new digital programme with Born in 1987: The Animated GIF. This exhibition devoted itself to the overlooked image format native to the web and the computer screen. The exhibition features over 40 GIF images by practitioners from a range of creative disciplines. For many, this … Continue Reading
Wendy McMurdo’s photographs explore the psychological world of the child, expressed through play. Specially selected from her past 15 years’ work, this comprehensive exhibition includes many pieces never before exhibited in the UK. Made within the school, the family; and the museum, the artist has shadowed many groups of children, … Continue Reading
‘London boast one of the most diverse populations in the world. The World in London presents portraits of Londoners by British and international photographers taken from 2009 – 2012. Each portrait shows a person or people from one of the 204 nations taking part in the London 2012 Games, accompanied … Continue Reading