Victoria Law
34 Carlyle Square
United Kingdom
Exhibited artists
Marta Djourina
Azadeh Ghotbi
Laure Winants

Victoria Law is a London-based collector, patron, and curator who has been supporting artists in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa since 2008. She has collaborated with Art Dubai, Third Line gallery, Isabelle van den Eynde gallery, Goodman gallery, Orange Babies, FNB Joburg Art Fair, Karen Tronel and Marie Jose gallery amongst others. In 2020, she established Victoria Law Projects as an independent and nomadic project space. Through curated exhibitions, pop-ups, collaborations and artist talks, Victoria Law Projects is dedicated to introducing audiences to emerging and established contemporary artists by bridging cross border communities and networks. Victoria Law Projects finds connecting threads, or interesting points of difference, to bring together artists across national, thematic, or material divides. The aim is to provide a supportive and enriching platform for artists, helping them to not only connect with each other, but also to connect to new audiences.

Victoria Law Projects is pleased to present LIGHT - LUX - NOOR in booth D08 at Photo London 2024 which puts the spotlight on three talented international women artists, Marta Djourina, Azadeh Ghotbi, and Laure Winants. All three artists have embraced experimental photographic practices in their own unique way. Light is central to their approach and a key focus of this exhibition. In stretching the boundaries of light and photography, the artists enhance our understanding of the medium. But their aims extend far beyond this, as they seek to ask questions about our environment and our place within it. Djourina’s experimental photographic practice involves the production of “camera-less” photographs; Ghotbi’s photographs activate the camera as a paintbrush, blurring the boundaries between photography and painting; finally, Winant’s practice incorporates the natural world into the process of photographic production. In each case, the result is a series of mesmerising abstract artworks through which the natural world seeps in as gracefully as light itself. This is the first time that these three artists have been exhibited at Photo London. Djourina and Winants both took part in the European Investment Bank’s Artists Development Programme in 2022 and 2023, respectively while Ghotbi’s work was the focus of Photo London magazine issue 114 in late 2023. Their works have been exhibited widely internationally and have entered important private as well as public collections and foundations.
Marta Djourina: Folded Objects | Untitled | Fluid Contact | Foxfire
Azadeh Ghotbi: The Nature of Light | The Shape of Light
Laure Winants: Time Capsule