Teresa Eng

Teresa Eng | Kaleidoscope : Immigration and Modern Britain Exhibition

A new photography exhibition exploring identity and immigration in modern Britain.

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Teresa Eng, a Chinese-Canadian photographer, captures a moment in the life of Jessica, a young make-up artist from Elephant and Castle, south London. Eng wants to show how second and third-generation families view their local community, in the process subtly subverting perceptions of immigrants living in the UK.

The photo appears in Kaleidoscope, an exhibition at Somerset House in London exploring themes of identity and immigration in modern Britain. The 10 artists on show use their own stories to encourage a wider appreciation of the nation’s multiculturalism.

12 Jun – 08 Sep 2019 Somerset House

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TERESA ENG (b.1977, Vancouver) Eng’s roots traces back to Hong Kong. Now based in London, Teresa's photographic practice is steeped in tradition but one that embraces the new. Previous work include ‘Speaking of Scars ‘and ‘Self-Portrait’, both self-published monographs. In 2018, she was a finalist in Hyères 33e Festival de Mode, de Photographie et D’Accessoire de Mode. She has been awarded grants by Gasworks and Canada Council of the Arts. ‘Self-Portrait’ exhibited at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool in U.K.

Teresa Eng | Aperture Portfolio Prize Shortlist

Teresa Eng,  Junction , 2016, from the series  China Dream

Teresa Eng, Junction, 2016, from the series China Dream

“This year, Aperture’s editors reviewed over 1,000 submissions during our annual Portfolio Prize competition. With a goal to identity contemporary trends in photography and highlight artists whose work deserves greater recognition, we are thrilled to announce this year’s five finalists for the 2019 Aperture Portfolio Prize.

Teresa Eng
Jack Latham
Mark McKnight
Zora J. Murff
Guanyu Xu

We are delighted to welcome these five finalists to our ranks of illustrious past winners and finalists, joining such artists as Ka-Man Tse, Natalie Krick, Eli Durst, Drew Nikonowicz, Amy Elkins, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Alexander Gronsky, Sarah Palmer, Louie Palu, Bryan Schutmaat, and many others. Our challenge is to now select one winner and four honorable mentions from this impressive group of finalists. The winning artist will be published in Aperture magazine, receive a $3,000 cash prize, and present an exhibition in New York.

The winner of the 2019 Aperture Portfolio Prize will be announced on Friday, April 19, and the finalists portfolios and statements will be featured on Aperture Online.”

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