Straight Lines are a Human Invention | Dafna Talmor

Dafna Talmor
Straight Lines are a Human Invention
Private View: Thursday 26th September 2019 | 6-8pm
Exhibition: 27th September – 26th October 2019



Saturday 5th October, 11am: Artist walk through of the exhibition

Saturday 26th October | 5-6pm conversation with drinks served from 6pm: Dafna Talmor in conversation with Shoair Mavlian, Director of Photoworks


Limited Edition:

For the exhibition, Special Edition prints produced in a folio designed by Hans Gremmen of Fw:Books. The Folio includes an essay by Duncan Wooldridge. There are two Special Edition prints to choose from, each an edition of 70 + 4APs, paper size: 9″ x 7″.

All proceeds of the sale of the Special Editions go towards the production of Dafna Talmor’s monograph due to be published by Fw:Books in 2020.
Editions 1 – 50 = £100
Edition 51 – 60 = £125
Editions 61 – 70 = £150

To reserve an edition, please contact the gallery





Dafna Talmor is an artist and lecturer based in London whose photographs are included in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Deutsche Bank, Hiscox collections and private collections internationally.  Her work has been featured in numerous publications including The Financial Times, Camera Austria, ArtReview, Elephant Magazine, IMA, BJP, Photomonitor, 1000 Words to name only a few. Talmor is the recipient of the Breathing SPACE Bursary, Arts Council England Grants for the Arts Awards, Photofusion Select Bursary and the IV Daniela Chappard Biennale Photography Award. Talmor was commissioned by the FT Weekend Magazine for the Photo London 2018 supplement and showed work in the concurrent ‘My London’ group show in Peckham 24 curated by Emma Bowkett (May 2018). Talmor’s recent shows include Constructed Landscapes (solo show) at TOBE Gallery (Budapest, 2018) and Her Ground: Women Photographing Landscape (group show) at Flowers Gallery (London, 2019). Talmor was shortlisted for the MACK First Book Award 2018, which was displayed at Photo London 2018 at Somerset House, and the Unseen Dummy Award, displayed at Unseen Amsterdam 2018.