Camden Image Gallery
174 Royal College Street
17th January – 22nd January – daily (11AM – 6PM)
Private View: 16th January 2020 (6PM – 8PM)
In the exhibition ‘Scattered Dreams’, Andreea Andrei will be showing a various range of photographs made over the years since she moved in the UK in 2015. The exhibition is about the artist’s feelings towards everything that happened since she managed to get out from her comfort zone and follow her mother by packing up her entire life in 4 boxes and let the fear and unknown to soak her in a new person and move abroad for a better life, fulfilling her dream of becoming a upcoming visual artist full time. Her work varies from portraiture, fashion and social documentary and even trying to experiment with chemical soup for unsatisfied polaroids that she made since November 2015.
Andrei is a visual artist based in United Kingdom. She went to Film School in Bucharest and managed to do a short course at National Film and Television, UK (NFTS) with Col Spector in 2017. She had solo exhibition at Camden Image Gallery in 2017, Balkanik Festival in Romania 2017 and various group exhibition from USA, Hungary, Romania etc. since 2015. She also participated at Tate Exchange programme in March 2017 showcasing her social documentary project made entirely of polaroid film.
Asked about her solo exhibition, Andrei said that while she tries to keep her photography personal and sometimes intimate, she enjoys working along with other creative people to deliver a great project.
The ‘Scattered Dreams’ solo exhibition will surprise the the gallery visitors with colourful portraits, street photography while traveling solo in the US and chemically manipulated polaroids that get a second chance at been seen by the public.
Full information can be found on the website : http://www.camden-image-gallery.co.uk/upcoming-exhibitions#scattered-dreams & also on the artist’s personal website : https://andreeaandrei.com/