Caryline Boreham is an artist living in Auckland, New Zealand. In 2010, Boreham graduated with an MFA from the University of Auckland and was the recipient of the 2010 Elam School of Fine Arts Post Graduate Photography Prize.
Working predominantly in the medium of photography, Boreham’s practice is concerned with an ongoing exploration of the built environment with a particular interest in how people inhabit their surroundings. Her photography of vacant interior spaces examines the human condition through markers of interaction.
Boreham’s work has been exhibited and published in New Zealand, Australia, North America and Europe. Public shows within New Zealand include the Wallace Art Awards touring show, the National Contemporary Art Award and installations at Auckland City Council’s Bledisloe Lightboxes and Te Tuhi Billboard Project.
Internationally, Boreham has received nominations for the Prix Pictet Photography Prize in 2013 and 2016; her work was featured as one of twenty-four artists in the 2017 Prix Pictet ‘Space’ publication alongside Richard Mosse, Beate Gutschow and Thomas Ruff.
Boreham currently works as a lecturer in photography at Auckland University of Technology and Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design.