Joanna Piotrowska (born Warsaw, Poland 1985), lives and works in London.
Piotrowska’s photographic, filmic and performative practice investigates man-made environments and domestic spaces in relation to self-protection and psycho-physical relationships.
Selected current and forthcoming exhibitions include Being: New Photography 2018, MoMA, New York, USA, We don’t need another Hero, 10th Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany, SUPERSTITION, Museum Marres, Maastricht, Netherlands, Daegu Photo Biennale, Daegu, Korea, Structures of meaning | Architectures of perception, Gateway, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Material Environments, The Tetley, Leeds South Bank, Leeds, UK, Big Towers , ICA Singapore, GAUDIOPOLIS , Off- Biennale, Budapest, Hungary, Untitled, Southard Reid, London, UK, These Rotten Words , Chapter Gallery, Cardiff, UK, Room, Sadie Coles, London, UK and Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, UK (2017); Give Me Yesterday , Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy, Frantic , Galeria Madragoa, Lisbon, Portugal (2016); Hester, Southard Reid, London, UK, Jerwood and Photoworks Award Exhibition, Jerwood Space, London, UK (2015); s.w.a.l.k, Project Space, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK, What love has to do with it, Project Space, Hayward Gallery, London, UK (2014); Bloomberg New Contemporaries , Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK and Spike Island, Bristol, UK, Family Politics, Jerwood Space, London, UK (2013). Publications include Frantic by Humboldt Books (2017) and Frowst by Mack (2014).