The images in the Never Win exhibition were captured in Portugal, where Delicioso was born, and London, where she has lived since 2011.
There’s a charming, scrapbook-like quality to the images, which depict pretty much anything Delicioso deems photograph-worthy from her everyday life.
As such, there are still-life style snaps nestling against off-the-cuff portraiture, and landscape imagery, all linked by a knack with colour and a quirky composition.
More than 25 photographs will be on show, all captured using analogue technology.
The Book Club says, ‘Never Win is an introspective exercise that focuses on the feeling of mere adequacy in a hyper-competitive world.
‘In a reality where better, faster, stronger and newer is placed on a pedestal, the work reflects on the struggle to ignore the fast pace and focus instead on life’s smaller details.’
Never Win photography exhibition by Inês Delicioso runs from 20 February at The Book Club I 100-106 Leonard Street EC2A