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Freud Museum, London

16 May - 18 July 2018

Curated by Caroline Garland, psychoanalyst

BREATHE presents two thought-provoking contemporary artists, Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill, who both explore the central theme of parental loss throughout their practice. Breath, and the act of breathing, permeate the work of both artists, consciously and unconsciously, referencing not only personal loss, but also life as a creative force - Fay through drawing; Judy through photography, film and artist’s books.


Lauderdale Mansions/Ha'atzmaut
Freud Museum, London

11 July - 29 August 2010

Representing place and home and making visible the cultural memories attached to them are crucial to my work as an artist.


The Exquisite Stone Corpse
Stone Squid Gallery, Hastings

23 March - 31 October 2010

A concatenation by 5 UK based artists.

A concatention is a series of interconnected things or events; engaging with an initiative conceived by Sophie Loss, five artists follow the Exquisite Corpse procedure.

Exquisite Corpse was the game of consequences as employed. most notably by the Surrealists. For this project each of the artists utilise different mediums in their practise, in turn will create a work developed from a fragment of the previous participant's.


A British Portrait: Photographs of the Anglo-Jewish Community
Jewish Museum, New York

20 June - 15 September 1983

A photographic portrait of the Anglo-Jewish community.