• Location:
    London, United Kingdom
  • Gallery Representation:
    Crane Kalman Brighton
    Sophie Maree Gallery, The Netherlands
    A.Galerie Paris
    A.Galerie Belgium
    Art Gemini, Singapore
    Brucie Collections, Kiev
  • Schools Attended:
    London College of Communication (University of the Arts)
  • Photo Associations & Memberships:
    London Independent Photography
    London Photographic Association
    Axis Web
    Re-Title
    LCC MA Photography Alumni
About Ellie Davies

BIOGRAPHY
Ellie Davies (Born 1976) lives in London and works in the woods and forests of Southern England. She gained her MA in Photography from London College of Communication in 2008.
She is represented by Susan Spiritus Gallery in Newport Beach, California, A.Galerie in Paris, Sophie Maree Gallery in The Netherlands, Brucie Collections in Kiev, Art Gemini in Singapore and Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery in the UK.
Her work has been selected for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 exhibition. Work by the 10 selected artists will be exhibited at York St Mary’s – York’s foremost contemporary art space, from 14 April – 29 May 2016.
She looks forward to her next solo exhibitions at Crane Kalman Gallery in Knightsbridge, London in August 2016 entitled Half Light, and at The Roe Valley Arts Centre in Derry in Northern Ireland in Spring 2017.
In 2015 A. Galerie Paris showed Davies’ work in Outside, a group show which ran from January to March. Outside then travelled to Art Paris and on to A.Galerie Brussels where it was exhibited throughout April and May 2015. Crane Kalman Gallery Brighton took her work to Photo London Art Fair at Somerset House in May 2015. Between the Trees 14, 2014 was included in The Royal Academy of Arts 2015 Summer Exhibition in London. Davies' most recent solo exhibition Stars showed at The Sophie Maree Gallery in The Hague from January through February 2015.
Davies’ work was selected for the Royal Photographic Society’s 158th Annual Print Exhibition (2015) and was awarded ‘Selector’s Choice’ by Louise Clements (Director of Quad Festival, Derby). The exhibition opened at The Truman Brewery in London in October 2015 and then travelled to The Royal Albert Hall through November 2015. In 2016 the exhibition will continue to The Aberystwyth Arts Centre (28 Nov – 30 January 2016), The Hive in Worcester (16 February – 23 March 2016), The Warrington Museum and Art Gallery (2 April – 30 April 2016), The Dublin Library and Cultural Centre (11 May – 22 Ju

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