In 2021 Martin Parr Foundation held an open call for a UK-based curator to present a photographic exhibition in the MPF gallery and Jacqueline Ennis-Cole has been selected for her proposed group show, Intersectional Geographies.
Intersectional Geographies brings together a diverse selection of photographers whose works address inclusion within society at a time of climate crisis, social distancing and human rights violations. Each photographer highlights a concern that resonates with them.
Ignacio Acosta / Rhiannon Adam / Lisa Barnard / Jacqueline Ennis-Cole / Darek Fortas Roshini Kempadoo / Miranda Pennell / Judy Rabinowitz Price / Xavier Ribas / David Severn / Aida Silvestri / Janine Wiedel
‘Intersectional Geographies unpacks and addresses complex and timely ideas from climate and social justice to extractive mining practices and questions of gender through the work of a diverse and international list of photographic voices working across the conceptual and documentary mode.’ – Alona Pardo, Curator, Barbican Art Gallery, London
Thank you to our panel of judges -
Mariama Attah / Curator, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool
Song Tae Chong / Independent Curator and Photo Historian
Alona Pardo / Curator, Barbican Art Gallery, London
Jennie Ricketts / Independent Photography Consultant
An exhibition guide containing further information on the works in the show and artist statements is available as a free PDF download from the MPF site here.
Please note, this exhibition includes work about female genital mutilation. Please view at your discretion. For more information and to help protect those at risks from FGM, please visit the following links –