A passionate study of the human spirit in the 21st century, Nukem’s FAITH questions the guiding ideologies that surround millennial culture and Gen Z. His portraiture explores social media connectivity, the limitations and liberations of the curated self, the fragility of public services and touches on relevant concerns hedonism, trolls and tribalism. Nukem creates a vivid world that mirrors
The North London based artist, credits his childhood having entered the UK as an asylum seeker for his unique perspective. Obsessed with branding and the strength of the individual, Nukem began his career in advertising before turning his hand to visual art. Now 29, he has finalised a fresh, new body of work; FAITH. Collaborating with a collection of exciting and inspiring creatives featuring emerging models, artists, dancers and musicians portraying the artists' new observations and interpretations.
FAITH is a provocative body of work, showcasing colourful narratives that embed themselves in the unsettling yet exciting social shifts in today's world. Characterised by their opulence in colour and bright, incandescent hues, these new photographs narrate individual stories of .
Curator Penelope Sonder said: Haris Nukem presents an in-depth understanding of a new generation as an exceptional storyteller behind the lense. He concerns himself with today's societal struggles and offers philosophical meditations in a contemporary context featuring graffiti anecdotes, bunny ears and tattooed physiques. This contrast makes him an important observer of the dawn of a new era. FAITH is his strongest exhibition to date, with photography of daring compositions and gritty yet extreme colour palettes presenting a new take on society.