Bunshri Chandaria delves into a deep study of conceptual art, another world to play in. Her body of work is a mediation between the subjective outer and her authentic inner world. Bunshri’s  birth  place was Kenya.


Being of Indian Origin and living in London, she constantly questions her true identity. Bunshri explores how and what sets up the corner of our world: the intimate way of being.


In 2015 she graduated from the University of Westminster with a First Class BA Honours Degree in Photography. Her work is project based with a particular interest in film and book making, focusing on themes of immigration, cultural identity and memory.


2017, September – Associate Producer & Stills Photographer for an award winning fiction feature, Nine Nights.


2017, May –  Lead Stills Photographer for a multi-award winning short film, Itsy.


2015 ‘Photography Degree Show’ – Group Exhibition: Old Truman Brewery, London E1.


2014 ‘Hackney Wick Festival’ – Group Exhibition.


2014 ‘Awardee at Westminster Film festival for movie’, Between.


2014 ‘Articles in Asian Voice and Eastern Eye’:  Using Photography as Psychotherapy.


2013 ‘People and Places’ – Group Exhibition: Espacio Gallery, London, E.2.


2013 ‘Observations’ – Group Exhibition: Gallery West, University of Westminster


2013 ‘London Independent Photography’: Annual Exhibition, Greenwich.


2013 ‘Awardee for Julia Margaret Cameron Competition’.


2012 ‘Public Private’ – Group Exhibition: Espacio Gallery, London E. 2.


2011 Two Page spread in RPS Journal with write up (Volume 151, Number 3). 


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