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Kadie Salmon: Hunting Razorbills

New Art Projects, London

13th January-2nd March 2024

Artist Talk: 2nd March, 3pm 

New Art Projects is delighted to present ‘Hunting Razorbills’, a new solo show by Kadie Salmon featuring a remarkable series of 9 hand colour photographs shown alongside a three-screen video work.







Incipit. Scree. Explicit

Artist book and accompanying publication

with poet Klara du Plessis


In Spring 2021, Kadie was artist in residence at ARTEXTE research centre in Montreal. Over 6 weeks she worked collaboratively with poet Klara du Plessis on their project 'Narrative of process: activating the artist’s book'- resulting in their artist books 'Incipit', 'Scree' and 'Explicit' and talk 'Sculpture Poem: In Conversation'. Incipit. Scree. Explicit is currently on show at ARTEXTE (April-June 2023). An accompanying publication that documents the work and includes 20 sonnets and 20 colour images is available as a limited edition.






Press for Very Private? 
Charleston House (17th September 2022- 12th March 2023)


Exploring themes of sex, intimacy, gender and identity, this exhibition presents a selection of Duncan Grant’s recently discovered erotic drawings alongside responses by six contemporary artists – Somaya Critchlow, Harold Offeh, Kadie Salmon, Tim Walker, Alison Wilding and Ajamu X.


Skin & Meat Sky
Collaborative Chapbook with Klara du Plessis
I stumble over my love for the sea, rest my head on mountains.
I’d like to posit a theory that we’re all descendants
of headstones.

-Klara du Plessis, Skin & Meat Sky 


Skin & Meat Sky is a collaborative chapbook by Klara du Plessis and Kadie Salmon, launched as part of knife|fork|book's Inaugural Fertile Festival of New & Inventive Works (5th-21st August 2022)





Light's Trace
Exhibition at A.P.T Gallery (4th-7th August 2022)

Light traces dimensions onto flat surfaces, impressing moving scenes onto paper frames and palpable planes. Photographs stabilise the dynamism of vision into an experience that slows time, enabling us to extend our gaze. In Light’s Trace, Kadie Salmon and Caroline Jane Harris manipulate their photographic equipment’s technical intentions, embracing them as modes of artistic expression that foreground the hand of the maker and undermine representationalism.


Artist publication with New Art Projects
"Fred Mann and New Art Projects are delighted to launch the second of their series of artist publications, conceived as a critical reaction to the restrictions of lockdown. This beautiful book is a monograph of the work of Kadie Salmon, and fully illustrated. We are very grateful to the authors of the supporting essays: Emma Wilson and Maria Walsh."




'Restlessly Idling'-Interview with Anneka French for Photomonitor
"Kadie Salmon is best known for large-scale black and white photographs, hand-tinted to give a dream-like luminosity, sometimes folded into sculptural forms. Salmon’s works feature figures in remote landscapes, and she uses her own body as model, often repeated multiple times.

In response to the Covid-19 lockdown and a postponed solo exhibition, Salmon recently launched a digital publication covering works from 2014-2020 in collaboration with New Art Projects. Anneka French finds out more."

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