Starting on 19 August, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale promises to be a veritable feast of photography. What follows is a little taster of what you can expect to see on display.
28 finalists have been revealed in the $15,000 Martin Kantor Portrait Prize. First prize is for the work judged to be an exceptional photographic portrait of a significant Australian distinguished in the arts, letters, science sports, or politics.
Glace Noir is a deep meditation on the sublime feminine forms of the Patagonian glaciers.
Following a complaint about her music and noise, Andre became the muse of Dutch photographer, Jouk Oosterhof, – photographic relationship lasting 15 years.
In 2016, Polish photographer, Justyna Mielnikiewicz won the US$30,000 W. Eugene Smith Grant for Humanistic Photography for her project, A Diverging Frontier (Russia and its Neighbors).
Exploring the alluring intricacies of liquid, this series offers a glimpse in to the places and creatures from Mephisto’s world. Much like a Rorschach test, what you perceive will be a reflection of the way your mind views the world.
Hunter Freeman is no stranger to large and complex photo shoots, and the California-based advertising specialist has had his fair share of adverse shooting conditions.
The Chicken Pox virus strikes kids just once. Photographer Troy Goodall decided to capture this once-in-a-lifetime occurrence.
‘GOLD’ by Sydney-based photographic artist, Stuart Miller is a series that considers the tangled relationship between the rawness of humanity and the excess of the manufactured world.
Sydney-based photographer Janyon Boshoff was commissioned to shoot the key visual and collateral for the Volkswagen Amarok Naked Ute concept to run alongside the TV commercial.
Almost 2,200 entries were received for the 2016 AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards. Read on to see the amazing work of some of the category winners.
Jonathan May is no stranger to a challenging advertising brief. Lürzer’s Archive has named him one of the Top 200 international advertising photographers for the past three years.
Get the lowdown on some of the hottest advertising campaigns from Australia and around the globe.
Australian rock photographer, Philip Morris, boasts one of the most extensive photo archive libraries of Australian rock music. Get a glimpse into his recent book, a retrospective, It’s a Long Way: From Acca-Dacca to Zappa 1969–1979.
Taking its name from the shocking statistic that 22 American war veterans commit suicide every day, the War at Home campaign shows the empty living rooms, bedrooms, garages, and hallways where soldiers are dying from suicide.