Minnie Weisz is an English artist and photographer.

Her work draws upon themes of perception and memory; where dream worlds collide.

Her process is analogue photographic, film and camera obscura.

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
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

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.

Minnie Weisz studio
Kings Cross London
2008 - Jan 2019