About Miranda


“With examples of sublime sophistication in the (printmaking) medium: (including) Miranda Lopatkin’s use of advanced computer technology”

Royal Academy of the Arts 2016

Miranda Lopatkin’s dream-like photography explores our masked emotions. Through photographic projections and collages Miranda illuminates those hidden stories and thoughts.

The uncanny images are of familiar subjects presented in an unfamiliar way. 

Miranda’s visual imagery presents a world of many layers to explore, decipher and appreciate as a whole.

She works with old slide projectors, layering up projections of her photography. The final images are then taken using a digital camera, embracing old and new technologies.

Miranda Lopatkin is a Fine Art MA graduate from Central Saint Martins College of Art. She previously studied Theatre and Performance at The University of Warwick.

Miranda has exhibited nationally and internationally including shows at the Royal Academy if Arts (Summer Exhibtion), National Portrait Gallery, Pitshanger Manor, Kings Place, Transition Gallery and alongside artists such as Tracey Emin, Peter Blake and Frank Auerbach.

She has also exhibited in Berlin, Athens, New York and most recently exhibiting her images in the Galerie Huit photography Salon in France and Malaysia and Opus Gallery, Transition Galley and Kings Place in 2016.

Miranda was awarded a place on the Florence Trust residency scheme and has previously been mentored by artist Franko B. She has work in the Ben Uri Public Collection and Nesta Innovation Collection as well as the homes of private collectors.

An exciting way to support and enrich her practice, Miranda teaches  art workshops for the Wallace Collection, National Portrait Gallery and is an artist in residence at the Museum of London.