Selected work & news--
Topophilia is an ongoing visual project and installation in which several mediums communicate the intimacy of place experience. This iteration of Topophilia explores a varied relationship to the South Carolina coast. The installation collages the work and resembles the way in which family portraits and artwork are often displayed in the living rooms of South Carolinians. 2018--
This project debuted at MoMA PS1, Artbook; the piece was a collaboration with painter Ment Nelson, photographer Justin French, and stylist Tess Herbert.
Portraits of Chelsea Manning commissioned by No Mans Land. 2018--
Children Don't Immigrate They Migrate é um esforço multidisciplinar que prioriza um sentido a expansividade à noção do que significa ser indocumentado na América pós 9/11. Aqui, a cor e a superfície são os marcadores da memória e criam um diálogo sobre uma vida antes e depois dos Estados Unidos. As imagens servem como lembranças pungentes dos membros da família. The work alludes to the lack of representation of undocumented people in the American imagination. 2018--
This solo exhibition debuted at the Holland Project in Reno, NV.
Continuity is the second iteration of a conference series curated by Chroma, a collaborative project which employs self-actualization as an organizing principle to think, construct and shape powerful narratives of mobility by womxn of color. Continuity, which centered self-preservation as it’s theme, exhibited a moving-image installation, lectures, and panels. 2018--
Continuity debuted at the Knockdown Center over a two-day weekend. Chroma is collaborative labor of love with Ladin Awad and Sienna Fekete.
Continuity is a 20pg editorial & cover story celebrating friends of Chroma commissioned by The Fine Print. 2018--
Commissioned by BON Magazine, Austin TX is a portrait series celebrating people of color in the American south. 2017--
Brazilian Girls is June Canedo’s first photography project turned book where she travelled through her home country during the 2014 World Cup to photograph portraits of Brazilian womxn as a response to the ways in which Brazilian womxn are portrayed in the mass media. The series has been exhibited via two solo shows, one in New York and the other in Melbourne, Australia.
Portraits of the Miss You Can Do It Pageant contestants. 2016--
June Canedo is recognized by Its Nice That as an artist to watch in 2018.
Alek Wek for the International Womens Day campaign commissioned by Desigual. 2018--
Francia Raisa commissioned by W Magazine. 2018--
The New Orleans Museum of Art included images from June Canedo’s series Brazilian Girls in their exhibition titled, A Queen Within: Adorned Archetypes. 2018--
Editorial commissioned by The Fader for the Summer 18’ issue. 2018--
June Canedo is in conversation with Elyse Fox, Britt Gardner, & Mona Chalabi for Riposte Magazine X Adidas. 2018--
Awful Records cover story and interview commissioned by Bang & Olufsen. 2018-
Azealia Banks cover story commissioned by Neu Neu Magazine. 2018--
June Canedo is in conversation with Shaniqwa Jarvis, Laurel Golio, Cait Opperman, and Caroline Tompkins for The Reservoir. 2018--
Teyana Taylor cover story commissioned by Oyster Magazine. 2017--
Barragán & June Canedo released their third campaign collaboration shot in Xochimilco, Mexico. 2017--
Roberto Cavalli advertisement for W Magazine. 2017--
The Working Womxn of Color Conference is the first iteration of a conference series curated by Chroma, a collaborative project which employs self-actualization as an organizing principle to think, construct and shape powerful narratives of mobility by womxn of color.
“The idea for this conference was planted in the summer of 2017 after the “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” rule, which barred companies from receiving federal contracts if they had a history of violating wage, labor or workplace safety laws, was cancelled. This was one of the few policies implemented during the Obama administration in an attempt to close the wage gap. In response and resistance to the rise of executive orders that disproportionately affect people of color, we gather in order to discuss the ways in which we can create our own resource library for opportunities. We have designed this conference from a social justice perspective and with the intention of creating useful archival material to highlight female/femme agency through modes of self-actualization. We aim to create a cross-disciplinary conference that brings self-actualized womxn of color together in order to share our stories and resources.” 2017--
TWWOC Conference debuted at 8 Ball Community gathering over 300 womxn over a two-day weekend. Chroma is collaborative labor of love with Ladin Awad and Sienna Fekete.
Portraits of Tavi Gevinson commissioned by No Mans Land. 2017--
Chloe X Halle cover story commissioned by ASOS. 2017--
Myrtle Waves is a portrait series shot in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina commissioned by Vogue Magazine. 2017--
Telfar SS18 commissioned by Telfar featured on Dazed. 2017--
Cowgirls of Color debuted on Dis. 2017--
Laura Harrier cover story commissioned by ASOS. 2017--
ABRA editorial commissioned by Oyster Magazine. 2017--
Black Bike Week is a portrait series taken in Myrtle Beach, SC where June Canedo’s family moved from Brasil and where the annual event occurs. This series has been exhibited in New York and in London. 2016--17
Adesuwa Aighew cover story commissioned by BON Magazine. 2017--
Editorial commissioned by Tank Magazine. 2017--
Selah Marley cover story commissioned by Oyster Magazine. 2017--
Desiigner cover story commissioned by Dull Magazine. 2017--
Gauntlett Cheng SS17 campaign featured on iD. 2017--
ABRA commissioned by Wonderland Magazine. 2017--
Editorial commisioned by CR Fashion Book. 2016--
Lonely Lingerie SS17 campaign commissioned by Lonely Lingerie. 2016--
Barragán SS17 campaign commissioned by Barragán featured on iD. 2016--
Editorial commissioned by L’officiel Germany. 2016--