Alison McCauley’s approach to the people and locations she photographs is exploratory, questioning, open-ended and subjective. She has a visual arts education and background. Originally a painter, she turned to photography in 2007 and has been dedicated to the medium since. Her work has featured in solo exhibitions in France and Switzerland and she has participated in group exhibitions in the US, UK, France, Switzerland and Georgia. Her photographs have been published by Al Jazeera, BBC News in Pictures, France 24, Courrier International, The Daily Mail, The Houston Chronicle, The Hindu, advocate.com, Photo District News, The Telegraph, Booooooom and Ignant, among others. She regularly contributes to Carnet d’Art magazine. This book is Alison’s second; her first book, published in 2016, documents the lives of asylum seekers in Geneva. That same year Alison’s zine, “anywhere but here”, was published by Antler Press. A new book about the Cannes Film Festival is due to be released in Spring 2018. Alison is currently based in Singapore.
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