Galit Seligmann is an Architectural and Documentary photographer based in London and Sydney. She grew up in Johannesburg and Tel Aviv, and has been living in London since 1997. With her professional background as an Architect, she uses photography as a means of understanding and expressing the urban environments she encounters, as well as exploring contemporary urban issues.
In 2013, Galit completed her MA in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her work has been exhibited in London, Seoul and Bogota, and she has had photographs published in national and international publications.
Solo/ Dual Exhibitions
2017: Pilgrimage, PTE Architects, Diespeker Wharf, London
2016: Pilgrimage, Studio Tomboy fashion stores, South Korea
2016: Pilgrimage, Studio 1.1, Shoreditch, London
2018: Beijing Photo Biennial, CAFA Art Museum, Beijing
2017: Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London
2016: Urban Memories, Association of Urban Photographers, Lewisham Arthouse, London
2015: Movement, Association of Urban Photographers, Bogota Arte Contemporaneo, Colombia
2014: Movement, Association of Urban Photographers, Silverprint Gallery, London
2013: MA PUC Graduate Show, Bermondsey Project, London