Camilla Hanney (b. 1992) is an Irish artist living and working in London. She is a graduate of Goldsmiths University where she studied the Masters of Fine Art programme (2017-2019) and also Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design, and Technology (IADT) where she graduated with a first-class BA honors degree in Visual Arts Practice (2015). In 2014 and 2015 her work was selected for showcasing at the RDS student art awards exhibition in Dublin. She was the recipient of the Ormond Studios Recent Graduate Award in 2015 which culminated in a solo show. Her exhibition, Resurrecting Monuments to Moral Degradation, marked the end of her 2016/17 residency at A4 Sounds, an artist-run studio and gallery space with a particular focus on socially engaged art forms. Since moving to London, her work has been exhibited by a diverse range of galleries including the South London Gallery in conjunction with Bloomberg New Contemporaries, No. 20 Arts, and The Rosenfeld Gallery. Camilla is the 2019/20 recipient of the Sarabande foundation studio bursary. She was granted the UK Young artist of the year runner up award at its inaugural award ceremony which was held at the Saatchi. She received the ‘Committee's Choice’ prize at ‘Exceptional’ an exhibition of recent graduate work at Collyer Bristow Gallery and was recently the recipient of the zealous: Sculpture stories prize. Her work has been featured in articles by elephant magazine, wallpapermag, SHOWstudio and Harpers Bazaar.