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Since 2014, the distinguished photographer Jon Lewis has walked the streets of Sydney capturing the many faces he has encountered. This exhibition features a series of 20 black-and-white streets portraits.
The National Photographic Portrait Prize is an annual event promoting portraiture by contemporary Australian photographers, both amateur and professional. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the prize.
Award-winning Australian artist Murray Fredericks commences a new cycle in his 14-year Salt project with his latest series of abstract photographic landscapes from Lake Eyre - Kati Thanda.
Described as a an intergalactic adventure in photo making, the conceptual photography of Robert Earp focuses on the ‘surreal realness’ of transgendering with his current exhibition, Venus Virgin Tomarz.
Mental health deserves its place on the national agenda as one of Australia’s major health epidemics, but Melbourne photographer Shayne Hood has dealt with his demons via a two-year art project, Comfort in Chaos, that he admits saved his life.
Over the course of two consecutive days, Katrin Koenning will guide participants along photographic thinking and exploration of their physical and emotional connection to place and environment, and to that which surrounds them.
At the end of August, Reportage Photography Workshops will hold its second roving workshop in Kathmandu. Run by award-winning documentary photographer Jack Picone, and Stephen Dupont, the acclaimed photojournalist, and filmmaker.