Honey and Prue

Honey Long and Prue Stent’s practice is a merging of photographic and sculptural disciplines. Grounded in experimentation between bodies, materials and environments, there is a pervasive desire to play with and entangle these spheres- seeking a greater sense of connection to them. Informed by processes of foraging and chance encounters, often cultural debris will become reconfigured within fluid and dreamy contexts, triggering subconscious associations while also aiming to avoid classification.

Honey and Prue have been working together since 2010 and are currently based in Melbourne. Solo exhibitions have taken place at Arc One Gallery, Melbourne (2018), PhotoEspana, Madrid (2018) and Nicola Von Senger, Zurich (2018). Notable group shows they have been in include Eyes on Australia, Pingyao International Photography Festival, China (2019), In Her Words, Horsham Regional Gallery, Melbourne (2019) Future Feminine, Fahey/ Klein Gallery, Los Angeles (2018), London Photo, The Female Lens: 9 Contemporary photographers, Huxley Parlour Gallery (2018), The Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award Finalist Exhibition, Gold Coast (2018), REVERIE REVELRY: Fashion Through Photography, Ballarat Foto Biennale, Melbourne (2017) and Trash Cans For Hearts and People Have No Soul, Fotofestwal Lodz, Poland (2017)

They are currently represented by ARC ONE Gallery, Melbourne

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Recent:

Pro Hart Outback Art Prize 2019, Broken Hill Regional Gallery, Broken Hill

Eyes on Australia, Pingyao International Photography Festival, China

Oceans From Here, curated by Allison Holland, Gosford Regional Gallery, Gold Coast

Eyes on Australia, Eyes on Main Street, North Carolina

In Her Words, curated by Olivia Poloni, Horsham Regional Gallery, Melbourne

Upcoming:

Snap Cardigan Exhibition, Agnes B- Galerie Du Jour, Paris, 24th of Sept- 19th of Oct

Solo exhibition, Arc One Gallery, Melbourne, May 2020

Solo exhibition, Borken Hill Regional Gallery, Broken hill, Sept 2020

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