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Polly is showing a collection of works at Timothy Taylor, New York in a group exhibition exploring perspectives on the body and figure.

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Polly contributes to ‘Pools’ – a new Rizzoli release authored by Lou Stoppard.

About the Artist

Born in England Polly’s work is primarily, but not exclusively, still life. Conceptual and documentary in approach, Polly uses her photography to convey ideas and concepts that are often quirky and humorous. She has already garnered a diverse list of clients including Frieze Art Fair, Jil Sander, Gucci, Miu Miu, ICA, Givenchy and Mr & Mrs Smith. She has published multiple books, including a collaboration with Mr & Mrs Smith published by Thames and Hudson in 2018. She contributes regularly to publications including AnOther, Double, Frieze, M le Monde, Wallpaper and The Gourmand Magazine. A Fine Art graduate from Central Saint Martins, she lives and works in London.

Client List

  • Alexander McQueen
  • AnOther
  • Apartamento
  • Camper
  • Chloe
  • Cloakroom
  • Double Magazine
  • Frieze
  • Givenchy
  • The Gentlewoman
  • The Gourmand
  • Gucci
  • ICA - London
  • Jil Sander
  • John Lobb
  • Kennedy Magazine
  • Loewe
  • Lula Magazine
  • McQueen
  • M le Monde
  • Mr & Mrs Smith
  • Miu Miu
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Riposte
  • Roksanda
  • Tank Magazine
  • Tiffany & Co.
  • The Times
  • The Wire
  • Victoria Beckham
  • Vogue
  • Wallpaper


Mr and Mrs Smith Presents: The World’s Sexiest Bedrooms
Thames and Hudson

Global travel experts Mr & Mrs Smith showcase the very best hotel rooms around the world, from elegant country retreats to quirky hideaways and stylish city escapes. This is their exclusive selection of thirty-five of the sexiest hotel bedrooms in the most stunning locations around the world. Featuring over 200 illustrations by Polly Brown.

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A Zine Project including 20 of Polly Brown’s friends’ internet passwords.

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Performances: The Finality of Fixing Something by Giving it a Name

The book documents a series of ‘performances’, interventions and observations that took place in a number of commercial and public galleries in London throughout the summer of 2017. Using the contemporary art gallery as a stage for a series of irreverent disruptions claimed as performances, the project subtly point at and plays with the functioning motifs of gallery infrastructure.

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Pau Wau Publications

A book about Google Image Search. Comprised of a collection of digital collages, the project explores our ever-meandering relationships with Google. Each collage in the series is begun by Brown submitting one of her own photographs into Google Advanced Image Search and then layering the outcomes.

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Little Deaths
Goldhawk Publishing

“Little Deaths”, taken from the french term for orgasm ‘la petite mort’, is an exploration into private experience in public places. This booklet contains images of public places friends have masturbated and were all submitted anonymously.

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Pau Wau Publications

The series focuses on office plants found within the headquarters’s of global companies and brands. Drawing attention to and reinterpreting companies through these ubiquitous life forms sitting quietly within their confines; the project turns the spotlight away from the identities we associate with corporate brands, to instead focus on the natural elements within a man made environment.

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Exhibitions & Events

Solo Exhibitions

We Folk PRESENTSAmsterdam, The Netherlands

Selected Group Exhibitions

‘Head of Many Thoughts’
Contemporary Arts CentreVilnius, Lithuania
‘This is a Song’
RVCA Corner GalleryMelbourne, Australia
‘Museum Shop’ - Commissioned series
National Portrait GalleryLondon, UK
Neroblastoma UK Photo CampaignLondon, UK
‘Girls Talk’
Space In BetweenLondon, UK
Tank Project SpaceLondon, UK
ICALondon, UK
‘The End of the World’
Cargo GalleryLondon, UK
Whisper GalleryLondon, UK
Wayward GalleryLondon, UK