Annabel Elgar is a photographic artist based in London. She was one of eight nominees for the Prix Elysée 2014-2015 with her project 'Cheating the Moon', which was shown at the Musée de L'Elysée in Lausanne in Spring 2015. She has an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art and her work has featured in numerous international exhibitions and publications throughout Europe and North America. These have included Theatres of the Real at FotoMuseum Antwerp; New Photography in Britain at the Galleria Civica di Modena, Italy (curated by Filippo Maggia); Contemporary photography from north-west Europe at the Fondazione Fotografia Modena, Italy and Photography is Magic at Aperture, New York (curated by Charlotte Cotton). She has had two solo shows at the Wapping Project, London and has also exhibited at, amongst others, ZEPHYR, Mannheim, Germany; Metronom, Modena, Italy; Sweet Briar College, Virginia, USA; Galerie Polaris, Paris; the Museum of New Art, Detroit, USA, and Apexart, New York, USA. Elgar's work has featured as an online portfolio with Photomonitor and Photoworks.
'Noon in the Desert', Elgar's photo book about the nuclear weapons test site in the Nevada desert, was shortlisted for the Luma Rencontres Dummy Book Award at Arles 2019 and also for the FUAM Dummy Book Award 2019 at the Istanbul Photo Book Festival.
Annabel Elgar is represented by Metronom, Italy.