C l a r e H o d d i n o t t


Clare Hoddinott is a Contemporary photographer based in London. 

Interested in themes of paradox and perception, her work uses organic and inorganic materials from our everyday world to create surreal still life compositions. Reflecting upon disillusionment of life inside today’s capitalistic society and the anxiety of the environmental crisis, she seeks out the essence of power and resilience from our natural environment.



Curating Photography, The Photographers' Gallery. November 2018 - February 2019

MA Photography, London College of Communication. October 2017 - December 2018

Portrait Photography, Central Saint Martin's. January 2014 - March 2014

BA Editorial Photography, Brighton University of the Arts. October 2000 - July 2003

Group Exhibitions:

Uprooted. an exhibition. Art Hub, Deptford. 29th May- 2nd June 2019

Art Collection ~ Season One. The Wellington, St. James's. March 2019

UMBRA. University of the Arts, London. 15th - 19th November 2018

Constructed Procedures. Century Members' Bar. 19th October - 5th May 2016

Open cueB. CueB Gallery, Brockley, London. 4th March - 8th April 2016

Five Floors, Eighteen Artists. Century Members' Club. March - June 2015

Surface Noise. Centre d'Art i Disseny, Barcelona. 2003

Free Range Graduate Art Show. The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane. 2003

In Between Places. Penryn House, Kennington. 2004


Photographer. The Steve McQueen Year 3 Project. Tate Britain. 2019

Project Lead. The Photo Project, a participatory photography group for young people aged 16-18yrs, supported by BBC Children in Need. 2017 - 2019

Portrait Photographer. LB Curatorial Art Consultancy. 2016 - 2017

Events Photographer. Art Programme at Century Member's Club. 2015 - 2017

Awards & recognitions:

Aesthetica Magazine, Next Generation. 2019

1st Prize. Metro-Print Brighton - Photographic Award. 2002


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