I’ll be sitting on the ABC table at this year’s Copeland Book Fair in Peckham (London).
1:The Peabody Essex Museum, one of America’s oldest continuously operating museums, has acquired four works from my series The Escalator.
1: Crap Paint jobs is featured in this months edition of the British Journal of Photography with an accompanying text by Gemma Padley
1: Conflict Resolution has been reviewed by Marc Feustel, in the current issue of Aperture’s PhotoBook Review.
2: A review I wrote of Paris Photo 2013, is in the latest edition of The Australian Centre for Photography’s publication Photofile.
1: I’m pleased to announce that am now a member of the Artists’ Book Collective or ABC for short.
2: There is an interesting review on Photomonitor of “Conflict Resolution” by artist and academic Marco Bohr.
I’m please to announce that I am included in the Melbourne Now exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria , it will run from November 23rd – March 23rd and a selection of work from The Small Conflict Archive will be on display. The exhibition, which has been billed as the most ambitious in the gallery’s 143 year history, will feature the latest in art, design and architecture from across the city.
1: Three works from the series Correspondence are on show as part of WELCOME WELCOME at Strange Neighbour Gallery in Fitzroy (Melbourne) until 26th October
2: Wires at Night is featured in the latest issue of Russian Esquire. (see above)
3: I’ve been interviewed by Steve Bison of online photographic publication Urbanautica
1: Conflict Resolution has been selected by Daniel Boetker-Smith of the Asia Pacific Archive for inclusion in this year’s
Photo Book Award which will be on display as part of the Fotobook Festival in Kassel next month.
2: The Anatomy of Business Appendix i is featured in the latest issue of SeeSaw magazine.
3: I went to Singapore last month to shoot a food piece for the New York Style Magazine , the results of which appear in this month’s edition.
4: The Anatomy of Business is on display at Sifest Savignano as part of the exhibition From Archive to Book curated by Stefania Rössl and Massimo Sordi, from September 13th-15th.
1: A good spread of The Anatomy of Business with a short text by Tereza
Spinková, is featured in the current issue of the Czech publication Fotograf Magazine.
2: I was interviewed for the inaugural edition of the Australian web based magazine Try Hard.
3: I interviewed Belgian photographer Jan Kempenaers for the first issue of Perimeter Editions
I am undertaking a residency at the Zentrum Für Kunst Und Urbanistik (ZK/U) in Berlin over the summer and will be here until September. The residency has been supported by the International Cultural Exchange Fund of Arts Victoria
1: My latest publication Conflict Resolution, is being distributed by IDEA Books of The Netherlands.
2: Conflict Resolution has been reviewed by Sebastian Hau in the latest edition of Foam Magazine
3: One of the works from my series, The Anatomy of Business is now available as part of the Sydney based, Stills Gallery’s Starters initiative
4: Unknown Land was included as part of the opening night projection event, “Spectacle in Photography” at the Belfast Photography Festival, curated by the team at Actual Colours May Vary
1: Some images from The Gallows are featured in the latest edition of Supermassive Black Hole Magazine, “Appropriation”
1: The Anatomy of Business was selected as a winning book at the inaugural Most Beautiful Books Australia New Zealand.
2: A selection from The Anatomy of Business is featured in issue #11 of Landscape Stories – Wealth.
1: In conversation with Kristian Haggblom
On Saturday December 1st at 1pm, I’ll be having a casual discussion at Edmund Pearce Gallery with fellow artist Kristian Haggblom about his latest project Viewing Platforms.
Edmund Pearce Gallery
Level 2 Nicholas building
37 Swanston Street
2: The Anatomy of Business at Perimeter Books till December 14th
1: Bad Driving featured in issue two of Melbourne based, The Bureau Magazine
1: Unknown Land featured in Aint Bad Magazine
A large selection of images from Unknown Land is featured in the latest edition of American magazine,
Aint Bad. Two other photographers are featured, Livia Corona and Mathieu Bernard-Reymond.
2: The Anatomy of Business reviewed by Le Journal de la Photographie
Antoine Soubrier of the Le Journal de la Photographie has written a review of The Anatomy of Business for his column Zineland
1: Bad Driving featured in Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant