b. 1976 (England), currently lives and Works in London, UK
A talented artist who gained recognition through her complex and intriguing photomontage pieces. Moxhay’s works are the result of a complex method. She was inspired by Matte Painting, an original film making technique, where live action and painted backdrops were combined in camera to create a composite space encompassing different forms of representation. She uses a combination of found imagery, painting and her own photographs to construct works which challenge the reality of a space. She received a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and later completed a Post Graduate Diploma at the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts.
Moxhay has exhibited her work extensively nationally and internationally including Interiors, Anderson Gallery, Massachusettes (2017), ‘Jamais on n’a vu ...’, Noorforart Contemporary/ Le Mois de la Photo/ Fotofever, Paris (2017), The Loft at Lower Parel, Munbai, Saatchi Gallery, London (2016), Brilliant Creatures, The Strand Gallery, London (2015), Finta Realta, TEN Gallery, Milan (2014), Noir/Blanc, Mumbai (2014), Constructed Landscapes, Royal Academy of Arts, London (2011), Virtually Real, Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Leeds (2011).
In 2014, Moxhay received Toro d’Acciaio Award, Winner, Turin and she was nominated for the prestiguious ‘BNL Paribas Award’, Milan. Her works are part of public and private collections worldwide including The Cooper Union New York, The Royal Academy of Arts, the FSC London, the Lodevans Collection, London, the University of the Arts Collection and Oxford University.