Angus Stewart is a documentary photographer based in London.
Working extensively with the circus, burlesque and cabaret communities in London over the past 10 years has produced a collection of work depicting not just what happens on stage but the families and communities that support it. London Burlesque: The Family Album will be published in 2022 by Circa Press.
In 2017 Angus was commissioned to work with on a project on 'rights to the city' in Salvador and London as project with UCL London, this work was published by UCL Press in 2020.
In 2020 Angus was artist in residence at 3rd Space, Brixton, as part of the Lambeth Town Hall Arts Program documenting leadership in the borough.
Currently working with Global Disability Innovation Hub (GDI Hub) on a programme called AT2030 - Life Changing Assistive Technology for All, documenting the charity's work with local activists and AT both in UK and Internationally.
London Burlesque – A Family Album, London Lighthouse Gallery - Feb 2023
More To Me Than HIV - London Lighthouse Gallery - June 2022
More To Me Than HIV - Brighton Jubilee Library - December 2021
Rights To The City – Conway Hall, in collaboration with UCL, London - March 2020
Selected Group Exhibitions:
Select – Photofusion, London, Summer 2023
Salon 22, Photofusion, London – December 2022
Salon 21, Photofusion, Selected by Zelda Cheatle & Emma Bowkett, London - July 2021
Masculine / Feminine – PH21 Gallery, Budapest - March 2021
Contemporary Portraiture – PH21 Gallery, Budapest - April 2021
Leadership in Lambeth, Lambeth Town Hall, commissioned by 3Space, Photofusion & Lambeth council – April - Dec 2021
Salon 19, Photofusion, Selected by Lucy Soutter, London - December 2019
Rights To The City - Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), Brazil - 2019
Salon 18, Photofusion, London - December 2018
London Burlesque: A Family Album - Circa Books 2022 (publication Sept 22)
Urban Claims and the Right to the City: Grassroots Perspectives from Salvador Da Bahia and London
(UCL Press, 2019)
Royal Photography Society Magazine, August 2017, p22-27
Select – Chosen by David More – 2022
ARPS – Royal Photographic Society - 2017
LRPS - Royal Photographic Society - 2016
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