Biography

 

South African born photographer Brett Meredith (Johannesburg, 1973) graduated from the Photo Academy in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in May 2016. His surreal, often paradoxical images are an existential exploration of what it means and feels like to be human. They span space, time and culture, bringing modern and primitive elements together in an apparently incongruent but thought-provoking way. Brett is particularly interested in the dynamics between man, technology and the new digital landscapes that we explore and inhabit; a relationship in which man moves further away from the natural world towards a synthetic reality.

Education

 

BA Photography, Photo Academy, The Netherlands, graduated May 2016

 

Exhibitions

UPCOMING: Group exhibition CORE, Loods 6, Amsterdam, 8-11 November 2019

Beeldend Gesproken Exhibition on Inclusion and Diversity, Accenture Headquarters, Zuidas Amsterdam, Mar - Aug 2017

Nederlandse Fotoboekenprijs Exhibition, Fotofestival Naarden, May-Jun 2017

New Dutch Photography Talent 2017, 5&33 Gallery, Amsterdam, Dec 2016 - Jan 2017

Duo Exhibition The Transient, Gallery Gemund, Haarlem, Nov - Dec 2016

Kunstlijn, Vishal, Haarlem, Nov 2016

Unframed Alumni Exhibition, Fotoacademie, Amsterdam, Jun - Sep 2016

Unframed Graduation Exhibition, Roest, Amsterdam, May 2016

Beurs van Berlage in 40 Beelden, Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, Nov 2015 - May 2016

Publications

 

GUP Magazine, In the Domain of the Temporal Being, An Interview with Brett Meredith, April 2017

Cover, New Dutch Photography Talent 2017, Nov 2016

New Dawn Online, New Dutch Photography: 100 Frisse Fototalenten van Nederlandse Bodem, Nov 2016

In the Domain of the Temporal Being, self-published book, May 2016

 

Lens Culture

Awards

Nominee in Conceptual, Fine Art Photography Awards 2017, In the Domain of the Temporal Being

Contact

 

Brett Meredith

Email: brett@brettmeredith.photography

Tel: +31 (0)6 4187 5370

 

Studio address:

Wezelkoog 24

1822BL Alkmaar

The Netherlands

 

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