Minnie Anna Weisz is a camera obscura artist from the United Kingdom.

Minnie Weisz works with the method and medium of camera obscura. Themes are about perception and memory.

Minnie Weisz continues to exhibit her work, whilst producing and collaborating exhibitions and art happenings with fellow artists and creators.

2003 - The Royal College of Art MA Communication Art and Design
2001 - The London College of Printing BA Hons Graphic and Media Design

Group Exhibitions
2018 - Open studio salon, MW Studio London; Rooftop Relay; The Courtyard, Chalk Farm London;
2017 - Inner Landscapes Sid Motion Gallery London;
2015 - Inaugural Show, Minnie Weisz/Paul Hazelton/Reece Jones/Matthew Killick, Herrick Gallery London; Dialzadov Berlin.
2014 - Capriccio II Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands; Dubbel Beeld/Double Vision, Kunstliefde Utrecht, The Netherlands;
Art the Hague Fair, The Hague, The Netherlands;
Art Rotterdam revisited, Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands;
2013 - Art The Hague Fair, WTC Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands; Inside Out, WTC Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands
2012 - Interior Landscapes, The Pinhole Photography Festival, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, Scotland
2011 - Ubi Sunt, The Asylum Chapel, Peckham, London; Non Obsolescence, Downstairs Gallery, Great Brampton House, Hereford Photography Festival, UK
2008 - A Diary of a Derelict Dairy, curated by Minnie Weisz, The London Architecture Biennale
2004 - An Invitational Exhibition, F A Projects, London

Solo Exhibitions

2017 - Time present Time future. Bermondsey Project Space London; Stories Swiss Cottage Central Library, Swiss Cottage Gallery, London; Future Memories The Transit Shed , London.
2016 - Seeing stories telling pictures Galerie Huit Arles
2014 - The Key to the City, Galerija Pet Kula, Motovun, Croatia
2013 - View with a Room - Camera Obscura, Gallery Makina, Pula Film Festival, Pula, Croatia. View with a Room - Julian Hartnoll Gallery, London;
Camera Obscura Installations The London Film Museum
2012 - Camera Obscura, The London Festival of Photography
2010 - King’ s Cross Stories - Part 2, KX Reveal Festival, London
2007 - Urban Fairy Tales, Art-Xist Gallery, Istanbul Contemporary Art Fair;
King’ s Cross Stories, The Great Northern Hotel, St. Pancras International Opening, London;
King’s Cross Stories, Film Screening with Andrew Cross, Birbeck Cinema, Birbeck College, UCL London
2006 - King’s Cross as Camera Obscura, The London Architecture Biennale
2005 - Eye Dream, Simon Finch Art, London

From 2006 - January 2019 Minnie Weisz curated, produced and co-collaborated with artists, filmmakers, photographers, designers, at her studio in King’s Cross which she transformed into an exhibition space, dark room, project space, open studio space. MW studio collaborated and partnered with local festivals including The London Architecture Biennale, London Festival of Photography, London Street Photography Festival, Bloomsbury Festival, artists including Alex Haw ( atmos studios), Paul Bavister and off-site exhibitions in derelict spaces that she sourced in the city,empty spaces could be given a new lease of life through artistic endeavours and collaboration before they were redeveloped. Minnie documented King’s Cross during this period of time at her studio, and created Camera Obscura installations allowing the buildings to photograph the area as it changed conceptually speaking.

2014 - Third Spaces Natasa Jovicic Director of Public Institution Jasenovac Memorial Site, Croatia

2015 - Camera Obscura talk, ‘ The Recording Vessel ‘, The Photographers Gallery, London; Adaptive Architecture Symposium, CASS & BANK Gallery Space
2008 - Recording Framing Witnessing, The University of Gloucestershire

Artist Residencies
2019 - Glogauer str; artist residency Berlin;
2016 - Galerie Huit Arles;
2013 - The London Film Museum London UK

Published Works
2013 - Photography Portfolio, John Ingeldew and Lorenz Gullaschen, Lawrence King, London
2012 - 100 Ideas that changed Photography, Mary Warner Marien, Lawrence King, London
2011 - The A-Z of Visual Ideas, John Ingeldew, Lawrence King, London
2006 - Londres, un Cite en Mouvement, Yann Perreau and Kevin Biderman, Editions Autrement, Paris

2015/2016 - Intside In, State/F22 Magazine issue 19, London
2013 - Camera Obscurae, Gallery Makina, Pula Film Festival Catalogue, Pula Croatia.
2010 - How I make it work, Sunday Times Style Magazine.
2008 - Images of Echoes, Phoebe Greenwood, The Times.
The Diary of a Derelict Dairy, Peter Kelly, Blueprint Magazine.
2007 - One Last Look, Dominic Bradbury, The Telegraph Magazine.
Minnie Weisz points her camera into the dark shadows of London’s Kings Cross. Dazed and Confused.
2006 - I am a Camera, Simon Hardeman, The Independent.