Gideon Mendel is currently featured in a solo exhibition FIRE / FLOOD through September, 2023 at the Photographers’ Gallery, Soho Photography corner, London, UK
Read lensculture review on Mendel’s Fire/ Flood practice.
Mendel’s installation of Submerged Portraits and Portraits in Ashes from his “Drowning World and Burning World series feature on the Greenpeace stage at the Glastonbury Festival, Pilton, Somerset, England from June 23-25, 2023
Mendel’s Drowning world Portraits were erected in the intertidal zone and swamped by the incoming tide and used in a performance action at the First Light Festival, Lowestoft, Suffolk, UK from Jone16-17, 2023. His films “Proofs and Portents, Flood/Fire” and Drowning World: the Water Chapters” were screened in Kensington Gardens as part of the Festival.
Gideon Mendel’s work after the floods in Pakistan. Guardian. Eyewitness, Thursday October 13, 2022
Gideon Mendel featured in COAL + ICE Kennedy Center, Washington D.C. March 15–April 22
TALKS AND INTERVIEWS
Click here to see Gideon Mendel’s photo essay “Mind the Gap: 2 Metres Apart and masked in Hackney” featured in The Guardian, May 21, 2020
Click here to read Sophie Church’s review “Abandoned in the Jingle: What refugees in Calais left behind” in Huck Magazine, January 19, 2017
Click here to read Olivia Cheves’ review “Gideon Mendel’s Dzhangal brings the Calais Jungle to life” in the British Journal of Photography, January 18, 2017
Click here to read “Teddies and Teargas canisters: what remained in the Calais Camp,” a review by Amelia Gentleman in The Guardian, December 30, 2016
Click here to read Lyle Rexer’s interview with Gideon Mendel in Photograph‘s September/October 2016 issue
Click here to read ‘Filming But Drowning’: Gordon Glyn-Jones In Conversation with Gideon Mendel, July 19, 2016
Click here to view Gideon Mendel’s Prix Pictet Artist Talk, January 13, 2016