Exhibitions and audio-visual presentations

Exhibitions and audio-visual presentations which Michelle has participated in and contributed to. From Moscow, Russia to London in the UK, see the full list

 SegoviaFoto 2017 “Memorándum”

Collective Exhibition to mark the 10th Anniversary of SegoviaFoto


2016 Fundación Valentín de Madariaga, Seville, Spain

Two prints “Hannah” displayed in collective exhibition “Spin Off”, featuring work by selected alumni from the prestigious CAC Malaga Contemporary Photography Course.


2016 Na Kashirke Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Honourable mention in Moscow International Foto Awards for “Am I alone?”, projected on screen.


2016 Mercado del Arte, Marbella, Malaga, Spain

Exhibition with three new collections of work: “My Takes” “Misty” and “Out of Season” in a collective exhibition at the Mercado del Arte in Malaga


2015 Gourmeart, Malaga, Spain

Gourmeart Collective Photographic Exhibition in Malaga ‘’Hannah & ‘’The Bullfighter’’.


2013 Royal Photographic Society Biennial Exhibition, United Kingdom

Two prints selected: “Hannah” and “One Glance”.
This exhibition toured the United Kingdom during 2013, including one month at the Royal Albert Hall, London


1992 Casa de la Cultura, Estepona, Malaga, Spain

First prize for audio-visual presentation “Life in Latin America”


2008 La Bienal de Flamenco De Sevilla

Seville’s Museum of Flamenco Dance. The exhibit displayed the work of 45 photographers from around the world including four dance images by Michelle Chaplow


2004 Salon Quejigo, Hotel Fuerte, Grazalema, Cadiz, Spain

Solo exhibition: “Visions of Andalucia”. David Clarke, Head of Photography at Tate London, said “A beautiful exhibition which really captures the essence of Spain.”


1992 John Mackintosh Hall, Gibraltar

First solo exhibition: images from “Guatemala, Belize and Gibraltar

Works in progress for future exhibitions



Auras of Andalucia

In 1992 Michelle started photographing Andalucia, the region of southern Spain where she resides; she now has an archive of 200,000 images, with plenty more images still to be captured.



In 2016 Michelle commenced a project called “Intertwining” – images of the human form intertwined into the landscape and naturally adopting the same environmental shapes, colours and textures as the nature around them


The Pool of Life

In 2012 the Pool of Life series started as a project for the CAC Contemporary Photography Course, examining the female form. It features naked women in abandoned swimming pools throughout Andalucia.