Inès de Bordas

Inès de Bordas

Adjunct Faculty

Curator, editor, and publisher. Particular research interests include the history of photography, the relationship between photography and science, fiction, vernacular photography, photographic processes, the photobook, contemporary art.

Education
MA in Art History from the University College of London (2013). BA (Hons) in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London (2010).

Work Experience
Founder of Silence Editions, and co-founder of Adad Books. She has worked on photography exhibitions in Paris, London, Miami and Tokyo. She was formerly Collection Manager at Panoptès Collection, Head of Research at Montabonel and Partners, assistant to the photography dealer Eric Franck, researcher for Tate Britain working on the donation of the Eric and Louise Franck London Collection, and curatorial assistant at Tate Modern.

Exhibitions
She has worked on exhibitions including Les Adoptés, Honoré Visconti, CCAM Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy, 2017, Paris, 2016; California California, Honoré Visconti, Paris, 2015 ; Abstracts, Copperfield Gallery, London, 2015 ; Another London: International Photographers Capture City-Life, Tate Britain, London, 2012 ; Chris Shaw: Before and After Night Porter, Tokyo Photo, Tokyo, 2011; Active Witness, Europe House, London, 2011 ; Inside Out: Photography After Form, Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation, Miami, 2010.

Publications
Books published with Adad Books and Silence Editions include The Pyramids and Palm Trees Test, Bruno Roels, 2018, Ces tremblements qui nous exposent (Too Close is not enough), Adèle Gratacos, 2018 ; Heidi Bucher, Gordon Matta-Clark, 2017 ; Horizon Icons, Chris Shaw, 2015 ; Abstracts, AM Projects (Antony Cairns, Tiane Doan na Champassak, Olivier Pin-Fat, Ester Vonplon and Daisuke Yokota), 2015 ; Pictures from Moving Cars : John Divola, Joel Meyerowitz, Daido Moriyama, 2013.

She has also contributed to the following publications : Art and Technology : Media in the Expanded Field, Alaska Editions, 2015 ; Going Public International Art Collectors in Sheffield, Alaska Editions, 2015 ; Tom Lovelace, Mirage in the Valley, Alma Zevi (ed), Celerina: Lendi Projects 2015 ; Chris Shaw: Before and After Night Porter, Simon Baker & Inès de Bordas (eds.), Heidelberg: Kehrer, 2012 ; Another London: International Photographers Capture City Life 1930-1980, Simon Baker & Helen Delaney (eds), London: Tate, 2012.