Anna Bellinger. UK. 1969.

Born and educated in the southeast of England, home is now the province of Cádiz, Andalucía, Spain. 

I am interested in the human relationship with nature, in the nature of being human, and the disconnect and the stories that lie within.

I am curious about everything from the smallest details of life to the big questions. I wonder a lot. I enjoy image and colour and ideas. I make and paint and photograph and also like to write stuff. My work is informed by the light, colour and natural environment of my immediate surroundings and also by a textile design background.

I have previously worked with found objects, photography, and installation to present sideways, tongue-in-cheek images of an ugly human legacy in ´Underfoot´ and ´Anthropocene´, but my current obsession is with the ´Umbrella Pine´ and its almost human,

limb-like forms - using acrylics and charcoal to explore their power and steady presence as a symbol of an entity man feels compelled to control, curtail and, ultimately, condemn.

                                                                                                     

 

Solo Exhibitions

September 2019

´Underfoot´- an exhibition of ´photo-objects´ discarded everyday detritus found in streets, parks and beaches

Casa de Los Toruños, El Puerto de Santa María

 

September  2019

 ´Anthropocene´ - an installation of marine plastic debri presented as museum exhibits

Casa de Los Toruños, El Puerto de Santa María

 

January 2018

´Underfoot´ -- an exhibition of ´photo-objects´ discarded everyday detritus found in streets, parks and beaches

Sala la Polaroid, San Fernando

 

Group exhibitions

January 2020

´Marruecos´ - analogue photography exhibition

Sala la Polaroid, San Fernando

 

September – October 2019

 ´al-Magrib´ - analogue photgraphy exhibition

III Festival de Fotografia Analógica – Ricardo Martín

Casa de La Cultura, Villanueva de la Serena