Amy D’Agorne is a photographic artist whose personal work consists largely of long-form, research-based projects, shot majoritively on analogue film, that play in the area between documentary and fine art.
Exhibiting in 2023
Amy D’Agorne is a Yorkshire-born and based photographer who graduated with a BA in Photography from Edinburgh School of Art/The University of Edinburgh with First Class Hons in 2015. In late 2022 she completed her postgraduate in Documentary Photography at The University of South Wales, home to The European Centre for Documentary Research and has had recent shows at Copeland Gallery in London and The Art House/and Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield.
This is the first year that Amy D'Agorne has exhibited at York Open Studiosamydagorne.format.com
5a Hallfield Road,
Opposite the student flats and opposite the road to Red Goat Climbing centre.
There are steps from the pavement into the venue
There are steps within the venue
Assistance dogs are welcome