Goldsmith College, in conjunction with MOCA London will host a screening of Edgar Martins’ short film The Life and Death of Schrodingër’s cat on May 4, 5-7pm,. This will be followed by an artist talk and conversation with UK curator Zelda Cheatle.
For the second year running Edgar Martins’ work is shortlisted for the Meitar Award for Execrllence in Photography. This year the series What Photography & Inc. have in Common with an Empty Vase was the selected work. The work of the nominated artists will be on show during the 9th edition of Photo Israel, from 17 – 27 Nov 2021.
What Photography & Incarceration have in Common with an Empty Vase, winner of the BJP 1854’s Portrait of Humanity Photography Prize 2020, is included in the Indian Photo Festival which runs from 12 Nov – 13 Dec 2020.
Decade of Change Award @ The Nest Summit for Climate Week NYC, in partnership with The Climate Museum in New York
Works from the series Landscapes Beyond: The Burden of Proof are included in the exhibition Decade of Change atThe Nest Summit for Climate Week NYC in partnership with The Climate Museum in New York. The exhibition will take place a the Javits Centre, NYC and will run from the 20 September – 20 October 2020.
Works from the series Siloquies & Soliloquies on Death, Life and Other Interludes are included in the exhibition Suicide: Let’s Talk About It! at The Museum for Sephulcral Culture, Kassel, Germany, from 10.09.2021 – 27.02.2022.
What Photography & Incarceration have in Common with an Empty is included in The Center for Book Arts summer exhibition series, New York, as part of the Paris Photo & Aperture Book Awards 2020 touring exhibition. This exhibition will run from 09 Jul – 18 Sep 2021.