Katherine Green is a social documentary photographer based in London, UK who’s exhibited at Kettle’s Yard, National Portrait Gallery, Nottingham Contemporary and The Lowry.

Her work often focuses on the idea of community and what makes or bonds communities. She works in photography and oral history and often uses archive material in her work. Katherine studied postgraduate photography at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London and Fine Art at Surrey Institute of Art & Design. Katherine is commissioned by galleries or works on personal projects which often culminate in an exhibition.

She is currently exhibiting at National Portrait Gallery (until 25 February 2018) which is the culmination of a project with Nottingham Contemporary, National Portrait Gallery and Farnborough Academy, Nottingham. This was previously exhibited at Nottingham Contemporary. She recently completed a project for Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge which was exhibited in October 2014. Her work was included as part of National Portrait Gallery’s Road to 2012 project as well as a major commission for The Lowry, Salford.

She’s recently worked on a collaboration with artist Lucy Harrison, called WE: The Ex-Warner Estate in Waltham Forest as part of their Community Interest Company, Rendezvous Projects.

Her work has been published in Sunday TimesThe GuardianThe Independent and Time Out and she has had solo shows in London, Luton, Rugby, Scunthorpe and Wolverhampton. She has self published two books, Wood Street, E17 and Last Days at the Dogs and is included in the National Portrait Gallery’s Road to 2012 publication.

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