The Telegraph Magazine / The Telegraph on Sunday / Stella/Royal Academy of Art/ Vanity Fair/ Marie Claire / Evening Standard/ The Observer Magazine / Tank Magazine/ El Mundo/ Time Out Magazine/ Toni & Guy / Young At Art Children's Express/ Nomad Dance Theatre .
2021 Also now, Reme has started collaborating as a curator with Foto Femme United supporting and promoting women photographers.
And she will be part of an exhibition in November 2021 in Miami. "Past and present of the body" more information to come soon.
2021. National Portrait Gallery it is working on a three-year project reconsidering the pioneering role of female artists and sitters from the 16th century to the present. The project is supported by Chanel, who are currently planning a small presentation of photographic reproductions from the NPG collection in their London office. One of the images they have selected is my portrait of Doris Lessing.
2019. Portrait of Britain winning image award by bjp 1854 .
2019. National Portrait Gallery .Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize .
2019. Royal Photographic Society Exhibition. Bologna. Italy.
2019. Royal Photographic Society. Unframe Identities: Hundred Heroines. Blackpool.
2019. Royal Photographic Society. Unframe Identities: Hundred Heroines. London.
2018/9. Houses of Parliament and Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.
2018/9. 209 Women Exhibition of 209 women M.P’s by 209 women photographers.
Portrait of Rebecca Harris M.P. (Acquired by Houses of Parliament art collection.)
2018. LoosenArt Mag / Gallery . Rome. Italy.
2018. Royal Academy of Arts. Summer Exhibition.
2010. National Portrait Gallery. Recent Acquisitions: Exhibition. Photographs of the 2000s.
Portrait of artist Mathew Carr.
2010. The Crypt Gallery, Euston Rd. London.“Cage Bird Sings”. Group show of mixed art work about breaking the ties that bind women. Curated by Bare/not Projects.
2006. The National Portrait Gallery purchased some images of Reme's work for their permanent collection.
2004. Photographers Association Gallery, London EC2. Single Mums
2003. Alchemy Gallery, London EC1. Working Girls.