Jane Morgan is a British artist, based in London. She studied at The Sir John Cass School of Art, graduating with a First-Class Honours degree, before achieving an MA in Fine Art.
As a conceptual artist, Jane is recognized for her large-scale narrative photographic interpretations. She has recently developed her practice exploring sculptural installation works. Each project is approached as a separate entity, allowing flexibility across a spectrum of media. The versatility of her chosen projects challenges the boundaries of conventional imagery, evoking an intriguing understanding between presentation and context. Janes methodology is consistent and highly expressive: her technique is one of editorial immediacy, providing the viewer with a thematic for discussion and elucidation.
Janes photographic images were selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries as part of the Liverpool Biennial. Her work was also included at The Royal College of Art, Lilly Oncology Exhibition, before travelling to The Metropolitan Pavilion, New York. She was also a successful participant at The Royal Academys 2008 Summer Exhibition. Jane was delighted to assist the Elephant Family charity, supporting work for Elephant Parade London 2010, and Jungle City, Edinburgh 2011.