Above image: Study for Mirrored Photo Montage - part 2

Study for Mirrored Photo Montage, Part 2 (c-type photograph) 2007 Stanley Picker Gallery Collection

Sadie Murdoch

Stanley Picker Fellow


“If Sadie Murdoch’s work is about the elision of women from narratives about modernism, it is also about the intrinsic interrelation between photography and these processes of marginalisation. Thus, whilst the viewer may be confronted with more overt narratives of re-enactment in which we see Murdoch herself performing the role of a potentially forgotten heroine of Modernism, creating these images through actual photography rather than some other currently available means, might be said to be the most distilled locus of her re-enactment practice.”

Ken Pratt
Frauhaus exhibition text 2007

Selected Exhibitions:
2007 Modelling Charlotte Perriand solo show, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
2007 Frauhaus group show, The Agency, London
2005 Henry Peacock Gallery, solo show, London
2004 Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program, group exhibition, New York
2002 The Harsh Law of Spacing solo show, Henry Peacock Gallery and domoBaal Contemporary Art