Anthony Prévost is a photography-based artist living and working in London, UK.
He obtained his MA in Photographic Studies from the university of Westminster in 2016
and previously studied documental photography at Blankpaper school in Spain.

His work has been exhibited in various group exhibitions around Europe and featured in magazines.
He was selected as the runner-up for the BJP International Photography Award 2017.

“My interest lies in the notions of representation, perception and reference –
how do we (mis-)understand the world through its various representations?”

2014-16 – MA Photographic Studies (distinction), University of Westminster, London (UK).
2011 – Documentary Photography, Blankpaper, Madrid (Spain)


Songes d’artistes, le livre d’artiste et l’intimité partagée, École d’Art de Dignes les Bains (France) • 2022
Unfolding – Gallery West, London (UK) • 2020 
London Creative Network - Photofusion • 2019 
#30 – Archive curated by LandscapeStories • 2019
Winter Quarter – Streit House Space (UCA) • 2019
European Month Of Photography Emerging Photographers – BBA gallery • 2018
New Stories – Akademija, Vilnius (Lithuania) • 2017
Alternative Facts – Humble Arts Foundation (USA) • 2017
Runner-up BJP International Photography Award • 2017
Shortlisted Jerwood Visual Arts Artist Bursaries • 2017
Reflect The Truth – China Design Centre (UK) • 2016
New Stories -– Ambika P3, London (UK) • 2016
Queen’s Park Contemporary Photography Fair – Studio 74, London (UK) • 2015
Interim show – The Gallery Space Project, University of Westminster, London (UK) • 2015
A Process – Neue Galerie im Höhmannhaus / DER GREIF, Augsburg, (Germany) • 2014
Femmes Actuelles – ArteLateral, Madrid (Spain) • 2014
Shortlisted LENS school grant • 2012
Modacalzarte 3rd prize • 2010

British Journal of Photography, Yet Magazine, Huck Magazine, Ninja Magazine, Fraction Mag, Concrete Wave

Fundación Museo del Calzado. Elda, Alicante, Spain.

Private collections, UK.

2019 – AA, school of Architecture, London, UK.

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