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Liliana Zaharia is a multi-media artist working with photography, video and performance. Her practice focuses on themes of identity, societal structures and health. She works on long term projects where she develops strong relationships with her participants, which often extend to collaborations and inclusive participation.

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2020 - 2021: MA Photography, Distinction, UAL, London College of Communication

2011 - 2013: BA Fine Art Photography, London Metropolitan University

2009 - 2011: BA Fine Art, National University of Arts, Bucharest

Selected exhibitions


2020: Freespace Project, On a scale from 1 to 10, virtual exhibition, London, UK

2019: Fieldwork Dance, Video screening and performance in collaboration with Irina Petreanu, London, UK

2017: Brunel Musem, 43 Miles, London, UK


2023: Gestures of Resistance, XU 501 Art Space, Chongqing, China

2023: Gestures of Resistance, FORMAT festival, Derby, UK

2023: Hidden Worlds, part of East Meets West, Derby, UK

2023: LCB Depot, screening of Non-Conforming Bodies, Leicester, UK

2022: Trauma and Healing, Come as You Art, Espacio Gallery, London, Uk

2021: London College of Communication, Postgraduate exhibition, London, UK

2021: Where Are You and How Are You Feeling, virtual exhibition in collaboration with Turner Contemporary, part of Postgraduate Show, London, UK

2020: Ashurst Art Prize, London, UK

2020: Galateca Gallery, video screening from On a scale from 1 to 10, Bucharest, RO

2017: Truman Brewery, London Independent Photography Annual Exhibition, London, UK

Artist Talks

2023: In Conversation with East Meets West artists, led by Emily Ryalls

2021: Mind+Body panel discussion with Becky Warnock, online, LCC

2021: UBS, Headscape and The Ability Awareness Network, online

2020: Freespace Project, in conversation with Jennifer Gilbert, online


2022: Shortlisted for New Contemporaries, London, UK

2002: a-n Bursaries: Time Space Money, UK

2022: Shortlisted for Hastings Open, UK

2021: Sam and Alida Haskins Study Grant, University of the Arts, London, UK

2020: Shortlisted for Ashurst Art Prize

2019: a-n Artist Bursaries for professional development


2023: Source Graduate Photography, Guest Selection by Ben Harman

2022: Stillpoint Magazine, Non-Conforming Bodies, TOUCH issue, accompanying text by Lisa Claire Green

2020: Freespace Project, On a scale from 1 to 10


2022: Source Graduate Photography Showcase

2022: Photograd Zine

2021: How are you and how are you feeling, MAP 21, London College of Communication

2020: Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize, Exhibition Catalogue, Ashurst LLP

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