Odette England

Odette England
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Self Diagnosis is a part-photographic, part-psychological study of failure. I expose personal snapshots on the back of each of the ten inkblots from the Rorschach inkblot test. The work investigates the consequences of opening myself up to visual interpretation; the exposure of items typically guarded; and the construction of truth versus fiction in the family album.

Odette England uses photography, performance, writing, and the archive to explore themes of autobiography, land, gender, and ritual. England is the 2020/2021 Artist-in-Residence at Amherst College in Massachusetts. She is also a resident artist of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program in New York.

Her work has shown in more than 100 solo, two-person, and group exhibitions worldwide. England was recently named a 2021 Light Work Artist in Residence and a recipient of the 2021 Silver Eye Center for Photography Fellowship. England won the CENTER Project Launch Award (2012); two grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (2018-2019); and the Anonymous Was a Woman Grant (2020), among others. She has received funding to attend residencies in Australia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Spain, and the United States including the invitation-only Robert Rauschenberg Foundation residency working with Guggenheim Fellow, Jennifer Garza-Cuen. Radius Books will publish their first collaborative photographic monograph Past Paper // Present Marks in spring 2021 including essays by Susan Bright, David Campany, and Nicholas Muellner.

England’s first edited volume Keeper of the Hearth was published by Schilt Publishing in 2020, with a foreword by Charlotte Cotton. The book is part of England’s Winter Garden Photograph project which included a major exhibition at the Houston Center for Photography through January 2021. England’s work is held in public collections including the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, George Eastman Museum, Museum of Contemporary Photography, New Mexico Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, and Texas A&M University. Her work has been published in many contemporary art journals, magazines, and newspapers, and she has given artist talks and critiques at Harvard University, Princeton University, Stanford University, Brown University, the School of Visual Arts in New York, Amherst College, the Penumbra Foundation, Kenyon College, Syracuse University, Lesley College of Art & Design, University of Melbourne, and the Art Gallery of South Australia, among others.

In 2021, she will teach photography masterclasses as a special guest at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center, the Los Angeles Center for Photography, and the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado. She received a research scholarship to complete her PhD at the Australian National University in 2018. She also has an MFA in Photography with Honors from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MA in Communication, Culture and Language from the University of South Australia. England is a permanent US resident and lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island and New York City. Her work is represented in the US (east coast only) by Klompching Gallery.

2018 The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Doctor of Philosophy, Visual Arts
Supported by a four-year fully-funded Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship
2012 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Master of Fine Arts in Photography
Awarded with Honors for a perfect GPA score in every subject
2002 University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia
Master of Arts in Communication Culture & Language
1995 University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia
Bachelor of Arts, major in Painting & Drawing



Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College: Unfinished Business, Amherst, MA [solo exhibition]
Rhode Island School of Design: The Color of Loss, Providence, RI [solo exhibition]
Silver Eye Center for Photography: Fellowship 21, Pittsburgh, PA
University of Arkansas Art Gallery: A Yellow Rose Project, Feb 15–Mar 3, Fayetteville, AR


KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Love Notes, Oct 21–Feb 27, New York, NY [solo exhibition]
The Front: A Yellow Rose Project, Dec 12–Jan 3, New Orleans, LA
Informality Gallery: Lay of the Land: Women in Photography, Oct 15–Jan 9, Henley-on-Thames, England, UK
Penumbra Foundation: Past Paper // Present Marks, Oct 20–Nov 30, New York, NY [solo exhibition]
Colorado Photographic Art Center: A Yellow Rose Project, Oct 9–Nov 21, Denver, CO
PRC Boston: Exposure 2020, juror Makeda Best, Oct 8–Nov 19, Worcester, MA
Houston Center for Photography: Keeper of the Hearth, curator Ashlyn Davis, Sept 10–Jan 10, Houston, TX
Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts: Freedom is an Act, Sept 9–Jan 9, New York, NY
Spectra Gallery, University of New Mexico, A Yellow Rose Project, Aug 18–Oct 30, Albuquerque, NM
Candela Gallery: UnBound9, July 3–Aug 7, Richmond, VA
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Winter Pictures, Feb 12–Mar 15, New York, NY

Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College: Do Things to Images, Sept 16–Oct 11, Amherst, MA [solo exhibition]
Museum of Contemporary Photography: Go Down Moses, curator Teju Cole, July 18–Sept 29, Chicago, IL
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: The Outskirts & Punched, Mar 21–May 11, New York, NY [solo exhibition]

Colorado Photographic Art Center: Elemental Construction, curator Samantha Johnston for the Colorado Month of
Photography, Jan 19–Apr 7, Denver, CO
Print Center: 94th Annual, juror Charlotte Cotton, Jan 17–Mar 21, Philadelphia, PA

KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Commorancy, Nov 2–Dec 7, New York, NY
Hahndorf Academy: Heysen Prize for Interpretation of Place ($15,000), Oct 6–Dec 9, SA, AUSTRALIA
Weil Gallery, Texas A&M University: The Outskirts/Exposed, Sept 6–Oct 12, Corpus Christi, TX [solo exhibition]
Fleurieu Art House: Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize ($25,000), June 16–July 22, SA, AUSTRALIA
Print Center: 92nd Annual, jurors Katherine Ware and Keliy Anderson-Staley, May 18–Aug 4, Philadelphia, PA
Fort Wayne Museum of Art: The National: Best Contemporary Photography, curator Charles Shepard, Apr 21–July 15,
Fort Wayne, IN
Vermont Center for Photography: Open Exhibition, juror Shane Lavalette, Mar 2–Apr 1, Brattleboro, VT
RISD Museum: Faculty Exhibition & Forum, curator Mark Moscone, Feb 23– Mar 25, Providence, RI

Sparks Gallery: Size Matters, curator Katherine Ware for Medium Festival of Photography, Oct 19–Nov 9, San Diego, CA
ANU School of Art Gallery: Intimate Past & Present Light, Oct 19–28, ACT, AUSTRALIA [solo exhibition]
Unseen Amsterdam: Thread Count, Sept 22–24, Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Anniversary Exhibition, Sept 20–Oct 28, New York, NY
Filter Photo: Deception, juror Brian Paul Clamp, curator Jennifer Murray, Sept 15–Oct 21, Chicago, IL
Barrett Art Center: Photowork ’17: 30th Annual National Photography Exhibition, jurors Isaac Diggs, Rebecca Morse, and
Roberts Stevens, Jan 21–Mar 4, Poughkeepsie, NY
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Cut/Paste, Jan 11–Feb 18, New York, NY

KLOMPCHING GALLERY: We Show Here, Dec 1–24, New York, NY
Gold Coast City Gallery: Josephine Ulrick & Win Schubert Photography Award ($25,000), curator Virginia Rigney, June
Center for Photography at Woodstock: Photography Now, juror James Estrin, curator Hannah Frieser, Apr 16–June 19,
Woodstock, NY

Photographic Center Northwest: Punctum, juror Julia Dolan, curator Chieko Phillips, Nov 12–Dec 20, Seattle, WA
Center for Fine Art Photography: Memories, Stories, Histories, juror Regina Anzenberger, curator Hamidah Glasgow,
Nov 6–28, Fort Collins, CO
Cliftons Gallery: Cliftons Art Prize ($10,000), curator Susan Lyon, Oct 7–Dec 11, SA, AUSTRALIA
MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, University of Guelph: Of Time and Buildings, curator Alison Nordstrom, Sept 17–Nov 1,
Ontario, CANADA
State Library of South Australia: Penumbral Tales, curator Mark Kimber, July 18–Sept 20, SA, AUSTRALIA
Griffin Museum of Photography: 21st Annual, juror Jim Casper, July 9–Aug 30, Winchester, MA
Momento Pro Gallery: Finalists of the Australian Photo Book of the Year, Feb 25–Mar 13, NSW, AUSTRALIA
Asia Pacific Photobook Archive: Finalists of the Australian Photo Book of the Year, jurors Alasdair Foster, Alison
Stieven-Taylor, Paul McNally, Des Cowley, and Isobel Parker Philip, Feb 25–Mar 13, VIC, AUSTRALIA

KLOMPCHING GALLERY: The Landscape in Contemporary Photography, Nov 19–Dec 20, New York, NY
Hahndorf Academy: Heysen Prize for Interpretation of Place ($15,000), Oct 4–Nov 30, SA, AUSTRALIA
Caloundra Regional Gallery: Sunshine Coast National 2D Art Prize ($15,000), curator Saffron Drew, Aug 7–Oct 26,
Lethbridge Gallery: Lethbridge National Small Scale Art Award ($10,000), June 14–29, QLD, AUSTRALIA
Pinnacles Gallery: DUO Magazine Percival Photographic Portrait Prize ($10,000), curators Suzanne Buljan and Shane
Fitzgerald, May 10–July 13, QLD, AUSTRALIA
Perth Centre for Photography: IRIS Award ($4,000), curator Sarah Landro, May 9–June 8, WA, AUSTRALIA
George Eastman Museum: Of Time and Buildings, curator Alison Nordstrom, Mar 8–June 9, Rochester, NY

Museum of Contemporary Photography: Of Walking, curator Karen Irvine, Oct 18–Dec 20, Chicago, IL
Stadtische Galerie: Face-to-Face: The Human Image in the Collection of Photographers: Network, curator Thomas Kellner,
July 12–Aug 31, Iserlohn, GERMANY
China House: An Eye for an Ear, travelling from Les Rencontres d’Arles Festival, Mar 28–Apr 17, Penang, MALAYSIA

Philadelphia Photo Arts Center: 3

rd Annual Contemporary Photography Exhibition, curators Natasha Egan and Kathy

Ryan, July 12–Sept 8, Philadelphia, PA
Galerie Huit: An Eye for an Ear, curated for Les Rencontres d’Arles Festival, July 2–Sept 23, Arles, FRANCE
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Thrice Upon A Time, June 6–July 20, New York, NY [two-person exhibition]
Photographic Resource Center: Exposure 2012, juror Alison Nordstrom, June 5–July 18, Boston, MA
New Mexico Museum of Art: Thrice Upon A Time, juror Virginia Heckert, curator Katherine Ware, May 25–Aug 26,
Santa Fe, NM [two-person exhibition]
Sol Koffler Gallery: Flux Capacity, curator Mark Moscone, Apr 6–22, Providence, RI
Providence Art Club: Growth, Mar 18–Apr 6, Providence, RI
Cohen Gallery, Brown University: Alternate Terrains, Mar 15–Apr 12, Providence, RI
Wall Space Gallery [Seattle]: New Directions 2012–Crossing Territories / Arte Factum, curator Crista Dix, Feb 8–Mar 4,
Seattle WA
Visual Arts Center, University of Texas at Austin: New Prints Autumn Tour, Jan 27–Mar 10, Austin, TX
China House and Alliance Francaise de Penang: Transience, travelling from Les Rencontres d’Arles Festival, Jan 12–Feb
19, Penang, MALAYSIA
Wall Space Gallery [Santa Barbara]: New Directions 2012–Crossing Territories / Arte Factum, curator Crista Dix, Jan 4–
29, Santa Barbara, CA

International Print Center: New Prints Autumn, curator Sarah Kirk Hanley, Nov 3–Jan 7, 2012, New York, NY
Sol Koffler Gallery: On The Threshold of Something Else, Something Other, Oct 7–23, Providence, RI
Woods Gerry Gallery: Photography Triennial, curator Mark Moscone, Oct 7–16, Providence, RI
Gallery 1401, Philadelphia University of the Arts: The Photo Review Best of Show, curator Harris Fogel, Sept 23–Oct 21,
Philadelphia, PA
Galerie Huit: Transience, jurors Stuart Franklin, Tim Cole, Dinesh Khanna, and Richard Hsu; curators Vanja Karas and
Julia de Bierre for Les Rencontres d’Arles Festival, July 4–Sept 18, Arles, FRANCE
Thomas Kellner Gallery: Photographers Network Selection ‘Hope’, jurors Thomas Gerwers, Manfred Zollner and
Christoph Tannert; curator Thomas Kellner, June 25–July 3, Siegen, GERMANY

International Print Center: New Prints Summer, juror Trenton Doyle Hancock, June 9–July 29, New York, NY
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Splash II, Jan 6–Feb 26, New York, NY

Photofusion: AMPS/10, curator Carole Evans, Dec 3–Jan 28, 2011, London, UNITED KINGDOM
Center for Fine Art Photography: Natural World, Dec 3–31, Fort Collins, CO
LightHouse: As Above So Below, curator Kathryn Kliszat, essayist James Cowan, Aug 27–Oct 22, Wolverhampton,
UNITED KINGDOM [solo exhibition]
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Summer Salon, Aug 11–Sept 3, New York, NY
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: As Above So Below, June 17–Aug 6, New York, NY [two-person exhibition]

Lenox Contemporary: Flash Forward 2009, curator Sara Knelman, Oct 8–25, Toronto, CANADA
Lovells Gallery: Attentional Landscapes, Oct 8–22, London, UNITED KINGDOM [solo exhibition]
The Space: Attentional Landscapes, curator Jayne Wilson, Sept 26–Nov 13, Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM [solo
Ferencvarosi Gallery: Artist-in-Residence Show, May 7–29, Budapest, HUNGARY
Artmazia: The Annual, curators Katy Woods and The Art House London, May 1–Oct 31, Massey, FRANCE
Sheffield Institute of Art & Design Gallery: Transfixed Motion / The Transitory Still, curators Esther Johnson and David
Williams, Apr 3–18, Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM
The Bargehouse: Transition, curator Rita Parente, Mar 18–22, London, UNITED KINGDOM
KLOMPCHING GALLERY: Visual Morphology, Mar 5–Apr 24, New York, NY
Three White Walls Gallery: Attentional Landscapes, curator Jo Gane, Mar 4–Apr 14, Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM
[solo exhibition]
DLI Museum and Durham Art Gallery: Crash Markers and Attentional Landscapes, curator James Lowther, essayist
Boris M. Velichkovsky, Jan 10–Feb 8, Durham, UNITED KINGDOM [solo exhibition]

University College London: New Talents, curator Diana Ewer for the Beyond Words Festival, Nov 18–Dec 17, London,
Dray Walk Gallery: Photomonth Photo Open, Oct 29–Nov 9, London, UNITED KINGDOM
New Greenham Arts and the Corn Exchange: In Common, curator Sally Childs, Oct 21–Dec 5, Newbury, UNITED
Cotton’s Atrium Gallery: London Independent Photography 20th Annual Exhibition, curators Clare Grafik and Paul Hill,
Oct 20–Nov 1, London, UNITED KINGDOM
Bakehouse Art Complex: A-B(O)MB – Emerging National and International Artists Show, curator Artoconecto for Art
Basel Miami Beach, Oct 11–Dec 6, Miami Beach, FL
Otway Estate: ‘con.ceit’ Corangamarah Australian Art Prize ($5,000), Aug 6–16, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
Joyce Gordon Gallery: Glimpses in Time, curator Bart Ross, Aug 1–28, Oakland, CA
HOST Gallery: Foto8 Awards & Summer Show, jurors Chris Boot, Zelda Cheatle, Ken Grant, Jon Levy, Steve MacLeod,
and Di Poole; curator Jon Levy, July 22–Aug 31, London, UNITED KINGDOM
Newspace Center for Photography: Annual Exhibition, juror TJ Norris, curator Chris Bennett, July 3–27, Portland, OR
Bute Space Gallery: New Wave, curators Helena Gannon and Rachel Biddulph, June 26–Aug 7, Cardiff, UNITED KINGDOM
Keighley Arts Factory: Through the Lens, curator Joanna Whitehead, May 9–28, Bradford, UNITED KINGDOM
Old Town Gallery: Margate Rocks Festival of Contemporary Visual Art & Ecology, curator Jessica Baum, May 2–11,

Twenty Rivington Gallery: ‘00 Nature, curator LeAnn Barber, Apr 10–June 2, London, UNITED KINGDOM
BECA Gallery: Mirror for the 21st Century, juror Helen Pheby, curators Melissa Roberts and Kurt Schlough, Apr 5–May
23, New Orleans, LA

Alpan Gallery: Alpan International, curator Heng-Gil Han, Sept 1–27, Long Island, NY
Rhonda Schaller Studio: A Great Awakening, July 14–Aug 4, New York, NY

2021 Light Work Artist-in-Residence program, Syracuse, NY
Fellowship Award, Silver Eye Center for Photography, honorable mention
Nominee, Prix Pictet global award in photography and sustainability
Gregory S. Call Academic Intern Grant Program
2020 Gregory S. Call Academic Intern Grant Program
Anonymous Was A Woman Grant
2019 RISD Color Lab Dean’s Council Research Fellow
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Print Center 94th Annual International Competition (semi-finalist)
Film Photo Award: Continuing Project (finalist)
2018 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Print Center Honorary Council Award for Excellence
11th Julia Margaret Cameron Award (finalist)
Heysen Prize for Interpretation of Place (finalist)
Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize (finalist)
The Print Center, 92nd Annual International Competition (finalist)
2017 Director’s Choice Award, Medium Festival of Photography ‘Size Matters’ exhibition
Harris & Hobbs Thesis Award
2016 Josephine Ulrick & Win Schubert Photography Award (finalist)
Photolucida Critical Mass Award (finalist)
2015 Director’s Selection, Center for Fine Art Photography
Cliftons Art Prize (finalist)
Australian Photobook of the Year (finalist)
2014 Neutral Density International Photography Awards (2x honorable mentions)
Heysen Prize for Interpretation of Place (finalist)
Sunshine Coast National 2D Art Prize (finalist)
Lethbridge National Small Scale Art Award (finalist)
DUO Magazine Percival Photographic Portrait Prize (finalist)
IRIS Award, Perth Centre for Photography (finalist)
2012 CENTER 2012 Project Launch Award, 1st prize
Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship Award (finalist)
2011 Brian Goldberg Scholarship
Lens Culture International Exposure Awards (honorable mention)
Photo Review Photography Competition (winner)


RISD Graduate Studies New Work Grant
What’s Next? FOAM future of photography initiative, nominated by Erik Kessels
HotShoe Magazine Photofusion Photography Award (1st prize)
2010 Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Emerging Photographers (winner, UK)
Dean of Graduate Studies Research Fellowship
2009 International Photography Awards (5x honorable mentions)
London International Creative Competition (honorable mention)
Px3 Prix De La Photographie (1st prize, People’s Choice Award)
New York Photography Awards (finalist)
British Journal of Photography Project Assistance Award (finalist)
Terry O’Neill Award (finalist)
Pépinières Européennes Arts Organisation (finalist)
Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Emerging Photographers (winner, UK)
2008 con.ceit $5,000 Corangamarah Australian Art Prize (finalist)
Wooda Arts Award (finalist)
2000 Telstra Business Women’s Awards (finalist, Alcatel Young Business Women’s Award)
Telstra Business Women’s Awards (finalist, Ansett Private Sector Award)
Public Relations Institute of Australia (commended, State Awards for Excellence)
1999 Young Australian of the Year Award, for outstanding career achievement (finalist)
1998 Public Relations Institute of Australia (gold award for excellence, comprehensive program)
Public Relations Institute of Australia (gold award for excellence, marketing communications)
1996 Public Relations Institute of Australia (bronze award for excellence, member communication)

Brooklyn Art Library, New York, NY
Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN
George Eastman House, Rochester, NY
Hungarian Multicultural Center Inc., Dallas, TX
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL
New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, TX

Cassilhaus Artist Residency, Durham, NC (2022) – by invitation only
Light Work Artist-in-Residence program, Syracuse, NY (2021)
Artist in Residence, Amherst College, Amherst, MA (2020)
Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Artist Residency, Captiva, FL (2018) – by invitation only
ILIRI Visiting Fellow Research Resident Program, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA (2009)
Can Serrat International Artist Center, Barcelona, SPAIN (2008)
International Open Art Residency, Eretria, GREECE (2008)
Hungarian Multicultural Center, Budapest, HUNGARY (2008)
Association of Icelandic Visual Artists, Reykjavik, ICELAND (2007)

2021 Dairy Character, Saint Lucy Books [coming]
Past Paper // Present Marks: Responding to Rauschenberg, Radius Books [coming]
A Yellow Rose Project, edited by Meg Griffiths & Frances Jakubek, Texas A&M University Press [coming]
2020 ‘Flesh and Blue’, essay for Running Falling Flying Floating Crawling, edited by Mark Durant, Saint Lucy Books
NotWrong No. 2 – SOLACE, edited by Kris Graves, Kris Graves Projects
Keeper of the Hearth: Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph, edited by Odette England, foreword by
Charlotte Cotton, Schilt Publishing
2019 Left Hand Drive / Right Hand Side, Fetch Books, limited edition of 13 – SOLD OUT
2018 Photography and the Contemporary Cultural Condition by Peter D. Osborne, Routledge
2015 Papersafe, Memory, CatLABS (limited edition of 100)
The Matter of Light, One Twelve Publishing
2014 Flash Forward Tenth, Magenta Foundation, Canada
2011 Transience, Ubyu, France. Foreword by Stuart Franklin (limited edition of 750)
Mapping the Intelligence of Artistic Work by Anne West, Moth Press
2010 Flash Forward Emerging Photographers, Magenta Foundation, Canada
2009 Flash Forward Emerging Photographers, Magenta Foundation, Canada

2020 Musee Magazine, Exhibition Review: Odette England at Klompching Gallery, December 17, 2020, Sara Beck
Splash & Grab, Bull Pen (Repair), Issue 5, 2020
The Luupe, Women*-Made Photobooks of 2020 That Will Shift Your Worldview, December 3, 2020
History of Photography, Keeper of the Hearth/Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph, December 3, 2020,
Felicity Tsering Chödron Hamer
Collector Daily, Odette England, Keeper of the Hearth, November 18, 2020, Sabrina Mandanici
EIKON, Keeper of the Hearth, issue 112, Peter Kunitzky
Henley Standard, Reflecting life’s changes, October 26, 2020
Yoghurt Magazine, Punched, October 25, 2020, Martina Scala

What Will You Remember, Like Grateful Sailors Cast Ashore, October 21, 2020, Alison Nordstrom
Don’t Take Pictures, Weekend Reading: Keeper of the Hearth, October 17, 2020, Kat Kiernan
The Eye of Photography, Mired in Memory – Odette England: Keeper of the Hearth – Picturing Roland Barthes’
Unseen Photograph, October 5, 2020, Sean Sheehan
spot Magazine, From the editor, Fall 2020 issue, Ashlyn Davis
Pledge Times, Versions of a picture that was by no means seen, August 7, 2020, Bhavi Mandalia
Lensculture, Keeper of the Hearth, August 31, 2020, Joanna L. Cresswell
El Pais, Versions of an image that was never seen, August 6, 2020, Gloria Crespo Maclennan
Bird in Flight, The future belongs to ghosts: How photography produces ghosts, July 20, Daniel Lechowitzer
In The In-Between, The Second Drawer: Odette England’s Keeper of the Hearth, Jul 11, Efrem Zelony-Mindell
Financial Times, Summer Books of 2020: Photography, June 27, 2020, Josh Lustig
The Nearest Truth, Artist: Odette England, June 27, 2020, Brad Feuerhelm
De Groene Amsterdammer, Black Square, June 10, 2020, Jan Postma
Juxtapoz, Keeper of the Hearth: Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph, May 21, 2020
Royal Photographic Society Journal, Keeper of the Hearth, volume 160, May 2020
Fraction Magazine, Better Living Through Chemistry, issue 134, Michael Kirchoff
F-Stop, Book Review: Keeper of the Hearth: Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph by Odette England,
April 30, 2020, Cary Benbow
De Standaard, The Winter Garden Photograph, April 17, 2020, Stefan Vanthuyne
Guardian, Looking for Henriette: Roland Barthes’ tantalizing mystery, April 15, 2020, Sean O’Hagan
GUP Magazine, Odette England: Keeper of the Hearth, March 2020
n+1, Pretty Girl with Bad Hair, April 3, 2020
Leica Fotografie International, Book of the Month–Odette England Keeper of the Hearth, April 1, 2020
What Will You Remember, Keeper of the Hearth, April 2, 2020, Suzanne Révy
Fraction Magazine, Keeper of the Hearth, issue 133, Bree Lamb
Humble Arts Foundation, 200+ Photographers, Artists and Writers Respond to Roland Barthes’ Winter Garden
Photograph, March 17, 2020, Roula Seikaly
Conscientious Photography Magazine, Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph, March 9, 2020 Jorg Colberg
Lenscratch, Keeper of the Hearth, March 9, 2020, Aline Smithson
British Journal of Photography, Keeper of the Hearth, March 2020, Cat Lachowskyj
2019 Lenscratch, Photographers on Photographers: Odette England and Raymond Meeks, August 2019
JRNL, Odette England: Love Notes, summer 19, issue 1, Lucy Conticello
Chicago Sun Times, Go Down Moses, July 10, 2019, Mary Houlihan
RISD XYZ, Odette England at Klompching Gallery, Spring/Summer 2019
The Brooklyn Rail, Odette England–The Outskirts, Exposed and Punched, ArtSeen, April 30, 2019, Tamara
Suarez Porras
The Wax Paper, Odette England–The Outskirts, Exposed and Punched, Issue 9, Spring 2019
Wall Street International Magazine, Odette England, April 17, 2019
Dodho, Odette England – The Outskirts, Exposed and Punched, March 21, 2019
Kolaj Magazine, Elemental Construction: Collage on View, March 2019
Photograph, Odette England: In the Studio, March/April, 2019, Mark Alice Durant
Westword, Review: Month of Photography has developed into a Major Event, Feb 27, 2019, Michael Paglia
The Round, Sanity [cover story], February 2019

2018 PDN, Home Obscured, November 27, 2018
The Adelaide Review, Fleurieu Biennial Art Prize heads home, July 4, 2018, John Neylon
PDN, Artists weave, sew and assemble to expand the photograph, January 31, 2018
PDN, Photo of the Day: Excavation #3, 2015, January 20, 2018
2017 Float Photo Magazine, Four Elements, November 24, 2017, Dana Stirling
American Photo, What’s next for contemporary collage? January 23, 2017, Lindsay Comstock
2016 The Art Couch, Familiefoto’s tot het abstracte verheven…intrigerend werk van Odetta England, November 2016,
Frederic De Meyer
Lenscratch, Odette England: Excavations, November 14, 2016, Aline Smithson
The Creator’s Project, Destroyed family photos reveal hidden truths in the art of Odette England, October 27,
2016, Andrew Nunes
Lomography, Manually manipulated vintage photographs, October 11, 2016
GUP Magazine, Excavations, October 7, 2016
2015 Fraction Magazine (Japan), Excavations, Issue 19, 2015
Musee Magazine, Excavations, Issue 13, 2015
F-Stop, Thrice Upon A Time, Issue 73, 2015
Fraction Magazine, Excavations, Issue 78, 2015
Alovebigas, Thrice Upon A Time, August 2015, Robyn Cracknell
F-Stop, Develop Before, Issue 72, 2015
ABC Radio Adelaide, South Australian artists challenge concepts of photography in Flinders University
exhibition, August 12, 2015, Brett Williamson
Radio Adelaide, Interview with Catherine Kenneally, Arts Breakfast, July 18, 2015
The Adelaide Review, Penumbral Tales: The shadows of society, July 16, 2015, Jane Llewellyn
2014 Australia Art Monthly, Processing the past, Issue 274, October 2014, Mark Kimber
Rochester City Newspaper, Perception of people and place, May 7, 2014, Rebecca Rafferty
Der Greif, Odette England’s Thrice Upon A Time, February 7, 2014, Allison Barnes
2013 Chicago Maroon, Of Walking: A Constitutional In Color, November 19, 2013, Ellen Rodnianski
Chicago Reader, Artists Amble Their Lives Away, October 15, 2013, Andrea Gronvall
American Photo, Matthew Brandt Maintains the Physical Aspects of Photography, Sept 27, 2013, Lori Fredrickson
2012 Feature Shoot, Photographer Works with Battered Negatives to Depict Farm Life, Nov 12, 2012, Barbara Diener
Boston Globe, Wide range on display at ‘Exposure 2010’, June 12, 2012, Mark Feeney
Fraction Magazine, Thrice Upon A Time, Issue 39, June 2012
2011 Light Journeys, Self Diagnosis, August 2011
F-Stop, Self Diagnosis, Issue 43, 2011
HotShoe, Hotshoe Photofusion Award, Issue 170, Feb/Mar 2011, Miranda Gavin
2010 New York Photo Review, Elaine Duigenan and Odette England Micro Mundi / As Above So Below, Summer
2010, Barbara Confino
Film Birmingham, Odette England, August 13, 2010
spot Magazine, Elaine Duigenan’s Micro Mundi and Odette England’s As Above So Below at Klompching Gallery,
Vol. 28. No. 2, Fall 2010, Frazier King
Ag, Scene Around: Odette England, No. 61, Autumn 2010
F-Stop, As Above So Below, Issue 42, 2010, Amber Terranova
British Journal of Photography, Double Exposure Down Under, May 27, 2010, Sean Louth
NY Arts, Redeemable Reminiscences, Spring 2010


2009 London Independent Photography, Attentional Landscapes, No. 14, Winter 2009
Photographie, Photographers of the Future, December/January 2009, Ute Noll
Law and More, Lovells hosts eyesight themed exhibition for World Sight Day, October 8, 2009
specs, Attentional Landscapes, Vol. 2, October 2009
British Journal of Photography, Show and Tell, September 9, 2009, Diane Smyth
Griffin Museum of Photography, Critics Pick, September 2009, Debra Klomp Ching
Magenta Magazine, Rhubarb Rhubarb Photo Festival 2009, Vol. 1 No. 1, Sept 2009, MaryAnn Camilleri
Birmingham Life, Attentional Landscapes by Odette England, April 2009
The Architects Newspaper, Visual Morphology, March 5, 2009
Soanyway, Attentional Landscapes, Vol. 1, 2009
a-n Magazine, Snapshot, February 2009, Colette Meache
2008 Newbury Weekly News, Opening Up Possibilities, N2 supplement, November 2008
3 Quarks Daily, Attentional Landscapes, November 16, 2008, Azra Raza
LensCulture, Attentional Landscapes, Vol. 18, September 2008
/seconds, Crashes, Issue 9, October 2008
London Independent Photography, Odette England: Rush for Heaven, No. 10, Summer/Autumn 2008, Laura Noble
East Bay Express, The Enduring Photograph, Arts & Culture, August 13, 2008, Cheng DeWitt
Ag, Scene Around: Odette England, No. 51, Spring 2008

2021 Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO
Amherst College, Amherst, MA
Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh, PA
Boston University, Boston, MA
2020 Photographic Center Northwest, WA [panel moderator]
Meadows Museum of Art, Shreveport, LA
Lesley College of Art & Design, Cambridge, MA
American University, Washington, DC
Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
University of the Arts, London, UK
Northeastern University, MA
Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA
Penumbra Foundation, New York, NY [panel moderator]
Houston Center for Photography [panel moderator]
London College of Communication, London, UK
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Society for Photographic Educators National Conference, Houston, TX
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
2019 Penumbra Foundation, New York, NY
Amherst College, Amherst, MA

2018 Kenyon College, Gambier, OH
Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, TX
Lesley College of Art & Design, Cambridge, MA
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
School of Visual Art, New York, NY
2015 Stanford University, Stanford, CA
University of Melbourne
Art Gallery of South Australia
State Library of South Australia
University of South Australia
2012 Brown University, Providence, RI
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
2009 Durham Art Gallery, Durham, UK
2008 Can Serrat International Artist Center, Barcelona, Spain
Hungarian Multicultural Center, Budapest, Hungary
Association of Icelandic Visual Artists, Reykjavik, Iceland
London Independent Photography, London, UK

Amherst College, Amherst, MA
2020 – 2021 Artist-in-Residence, Art + The History of Art
Courses taught:
Electives: Failed It; Playing with Pictures
Thesis panel leadership:
2020: Julian Raiford, Practice of Art
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI
2019 – 2020 Visiting Assistant Professor
2017 – 2019 Assistant Professor of Photography + Graduate Program Director
2016 – 2017 Critic, Photography
2011 – 2012 Faculty Lecturer
2010 – 2012 Graduate Teaching Assistant
Courses taught:
Critique: Graduate Critique; Graduate Thesis; Senior Critique
Seminars: The Genius of Photography; Failed It; Issues & Images I; Issues & Images II
Electives: Contemporary Images & Research, Pictures to Progress, Interrogating Snapshots
Studios: 2D Design (photography, painting, graphic design, sound, performance)
2019 RISD Conference & Presentation Fund
2019 John R. Frazier Award for Excellence in Teaching (finalist, 2nd consecutive year)
2018 John R. Frazier Award for Excellence in Teaching (finalist)
2018 Social Equity & Inclusion Faculty Summer Stipend for Diversity


Thesis panel leadership:
2018-19 Stephen Foster, 8: Prison Narratives and Mass Incarceration

Izabela Jurcewitz, Body As A Negative
Michelle Peters, How Do I Know It’s Me?
Rachael McArthur, Hot Dreams
Dylan Everett, Charming While Being Corrupt
Shterna Goldbloom, Feygeles
Maxime Lefebvre, Views

2017-18 Jiehao Su, The Storm in the Morning
Rosemary Engstrom, Pretend Power

2016-17 Tianqiutao Chen, The Last Post (won the Lucie Foundation Photo Book Prize 2017)
Independent Study Program leadership:
2018-19 Dylan Everett, Graduate Thesis Annotated Bibliography (2nd year graduate)

Shterna Goldbloom, Feygeles (2nd year graduate)
Michelle Peters, How Do I Know It’s Me? (2nd year graduate)
2017-18 Viktor Hubner, America Has Changed? (1st year graduate)
Michelle Peters, A Place Like Home (1st year graduate)
2016-17 Maria Bedoya, Womanhood & Identity (senior)
Ji-in Jung, Walking Seeds and Silent Sprinklers (senior)
Paige Kooyenga, Art Stars, Porn Stars & the Chelsea Art Market (senior)
Margaret Kristensen, Statements and Books (2nd year graduate)

Other school and departmental service:
2019 Guest Critic, Painting Department [senior studio]

Guest Critic, Experimental & Foundation Studies [first-year sculpture]
2017 – 2019 Chair, Photography Department Graduate Admissions Committee
2017 – 2019 Jury member, Annual TC Colley and Henry Wolf Photography Scholarships
University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
2016 – 2019 Research Associate, Division of Education, Arts & Social Sciences
2016 Acting Department Head, Photography
2016 Lecturer (academic level B), Digital Imaging (following promotion toward tenure)
2014 – 2015 Lecturer (academic level A), Digital Imaging
2016 High Achievement in Student Evaluation Attainment Award
2015 High Achievement in Student Evaluation Attainment Award
2015 Early Career Teacher Award, Division of Arts & Social Sciences
Research supervision, mentorship, and assessment:
• Masters by Research (painting), Anna Gore: An inquiry into the emotional and affective implications of
restraint and imperfections within contemporary abstract painting practice
• Masters by Research (painting), David Kelly: An Unconfirmed Number: A memory initiative of Indigenous
massacres during ‘The Killing Times’
• Master of Visual Art & Creative Practice (photography), Holly Wilson
• Master of Visual Art & Design (graphic design), Stephanie Fuller
• Graduate Diploma Visual Art & Design (photography), Graham Taylor
• Graduate Diploma in Visual Art & Design (photography), Bente Andermahr


Brown University, Providence, RI
2011 – 2012 Graduate Teaching Assistant Level II

2020 photo-eye Books: Greater Atlanta by Mark Steinmetz [Nazraeli Press] – coming
photoe-eye Books: Knit Club by Carolyn Drake [TBW Books]
photo-eye Books: The New Woman Behind the Camera by Andrea Nelson [National Gallery of Art]
photoe-eye Books: Cardboard Landscapes by Luigi Ghirri [The Museum of Modern Art]
photoe-eye Books: Let The Sun Beheaded Be by Gregory Halpern [Aperture]
photo-eye Books: Ciprian Honey Cathedral by Raymond Meeks [MACK]
2019 The Od Review: Murder by Guillaume Simoneu [MACK]
The Od Review: Seeing Science by Marvin Heiferman [Aperture]
Intellect Books: The Critical Eye: Fifteen Pictures to Understand Photography by Lyle Rexer