“It was the dreamscape of the suburbs that interested me.” An Interview with Bill Henson by Sabine Mirlesse Sabine Mirlesse: 1985 is work you shot thirty years ago – what were you doing in Egypt? Bill Henson: As a boy I was obsessed with Egypt and Egyptology. I’m convinced it’s not that uncommon. A […]
Carol Jerrems was an Australian photographer. Jerrems studied photography at Prahran College 1967-70. She is mainly known for documenting the counter-culture spirit of Melbourne in the 1970s. (Images @ National Gallery of Australia and Ken Jerrems and the Estate of Lance Jerrems)
Helmut Newton, photographer. Electricians’ faces. Shell Collection. vol. 1, no. 28. La Trobe Picture Collection. By Guy Featherstone, originally appeared in La Trobe Journal, Spring 2005 On Thursday 10 October 1940 a twenty–year–old German Jew, Helmut Neustaedter, was formally received at the Tatura internment camp in north-eastern Victoria. He was held at number 3 Camp, […]
Felicia 16 (Goolwa, Fleurieu Peninsula), 1976 Just Allowing it to Be: A Conversation with Ian North1 This is an edited excerpt of a conversation between artist Ian North and curator Pedro de Almeida that was undertaken in North’s studio in Adelaide, Australia in December 2012. The impetus for the meeting was research for a presentation […]
Spiro Miralis talks about his most recent series of photographs ‘animal’, showing at The Photography Room from 5 May until 3 June 2012.
(All rights reserved. Images @ the Estate of Rennie Ellis.)
Eikoh Hosoe, a leading figure in modern Japanese photography came to the Art Gallery of NSW to launch the exhibition ‘Eikoh Hosoe: Theatre of Memory’. In this video he discusses his work and inspirations.
Bethany, Storm, Mt Berwick VIC, 2004, from Minutes to Midnight Photography is a generous, abundant medium and Parke is a voracious photographer. By Geoff Dyer I was introduced to the work of Trent Parke (born in Australia in 1971, a member of Magnum since 2007) by a mutual friend, the photographer, Matt Stuart. […]
Australian TV documentary following Magnum photographer, Trent Park and photojournaist, Narelle Autio as they work in Sydney.
Bill Henson: The Light and the Dark and the Shades of Grey, Monday 2 August 2010 Melbourne Art Foundation 2010 Lecture presented by Melbourne Art Foundation, the City of Melbourne’s Melbourne Conversations Program and Monash University Museum of Art.