We are pleased to announce the first judges of Brixton Art Prize 2022!
We have some incredible names lined up to take a look at all of your excellent work and judge wisely. Our judges are talented figures in the art world who understand and support the ethos of Brixton Art Prize.
French-Algerian Zineb Sedira is a huge name in the art world, currently representing France at the Venice Biennale 2022 with her film installation ‘Dreams Have No Titles’. Born in Paris, Zineb creates artwork in installation and video form, relating to themes of cultural identity and immigration. Zineb currently lives in Brixton.
Emelia is a Curator and Creative Director. She is the daughter of photographer, Neil Kenlock. The two put their expertise and talent together for the Expectations Project in the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton. Emelia curated the exhibition of her father’s photography giving insight into the lives of first generation, African Caribbean leaders who settled in the UK.
Brixtonite photographer and founder of Brixton Art Prize.
Who better to understand the Prize and what we are looking for than its founder? Adrian knows Brixton like the back of his hand and is thoroughly embedded in the art and social scene – you can find someone on every corner who knows his name. He is an established photographer who previously owned Studio 73 in Brixton Village.