A multidisciplinary artist working between London and Paris, Kingsley Ifill’s work centres around process-based photography, he says of his work: “...photography acts as the backbone, with everything else relating to it in some way. Acting as a continuous line, other mediums such as painting, printing, sculpture, and artist books, then bounce back and forth, with photography as the connection and mediator.”
Exhibiting globally, Kingsley’s work has been presented at Eighteen Gallery, Copenhagen (2021); Hannah Barry Gallery, London (2022); Cob Gallery, London (2016); Photo London; Off Print, London; and LN-CC, amongst others.
Kingsley’s work has been profiled in leading fashion publications including AnOther, Dazed & Confused, System and the British Journal of Photography. He counts Palace and Rick Owens amongst his clients.
He has established a strong collaborative relationship with artist Danny Fox; their book ‘Holy Island’ was published by Loose Joints in 2022 and takes the form of a visual travelogue recounting an 8 days trip spent travelling the length of the British Isles and back.
He is the founder of Tarmac Press, an artist-run publishing imprint specialising in art and photography-focused publications, and stocked globally in the likes of the ICA London, Claire de Rouen and The Photographers’ Gallery.