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Tracey Fahy

Tracey Fahy

Tracey Fahy


Tracey Fahy (b. 1971) is a London based photographer and educator. Her research-led practice incorporates concepts relating to dance, choreography, performance and experimental sound plus ideas resonant to eastern philosophies and counterculture. She completed an MA in Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, with distinction, at London College of Communication and was selected for Fresh Faced Wild Eyed 2014 at the Photographers' Gallery.

Fahy is represented by Millenium Images.


Portfolio Sign of the Times

Benalup Casas Viejas is a small town located in the province of Cádiz in Spain with a population of approx 6,754 inhabitants. It is a working class Spanish town, agriculture and construction being the main industries in the area; both hit hard by the current recession.

Many of the towns shops have shut their doors for good unable to survive the current climate. This series of images illustrates the town’s economic decline in recent years.



2014 Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK

2014 Concrete Collective Showcase, National Scientific Library, Tbilisi, Georgia

2014 AusZeiten & Räumen, AFF Galerie, Berlin, Germany

2013 Never Seeing Nothing, Nursery Gallery, London, UK

2012 Irreversible Materiality (solo show), Oh! Oxford House, London, UK