The Times newspaper in London recently reviewed the Street Photography Now book.
‘Skip Divers’ is part of the Street Photography Now book exhibition which is currently on show at the Uno Art Space – Ute Noll in Stuttgart. The exhibition had previously been in Paris and Cologne. The show runs from the 2nd April to June 19th. More details HERE
Images from the Street Photography Now book are on show in 2 different galleries this month in Germany.
My image ‘Woodsmen’ (above) will be on show at CONTRIBUTED – Studio for the Arts at Strausberger Platz 16, 10243 Berlin. The show runs from December 11 – January 15, 2011 with the opening night on December 10, 7pm. More details HERE
The Galerie Lichtblick at Gesellschaft für fotografische Kunst e.V. Steinberger Str. 21, D – 50733 Cologne, Germany also have an exhibition of work from the book. My photo ‘Skip Divers’ (above) will be a part of this show and the exhibition runs from the 18 December – 30 January 2011. More details HERE
A selection of images from the book Street Photography Now are being exhibited in shop windows throughout the Canal Saint-Martin area of Paris from the 5th -28th November. My photo ‘Skip Divers’ is on display in the Libairie Artazart, 83 Quai de Valmy. The exhibition has been curated by Nathalie Belayche from Food For Your Eyes Projects . The book is also being launched on Nov 4th at Artazart Bookshop , 82 Quai De Valmy, Paris.
I was recently interviewed by Sydney Morning Herald journalist Linda Morris for her article on the Street Photography Now book. The book which has been published by Thames & Hudson will be in Australian bookstores on October 1st. The article ran in Saturday’s Sydney Morning Herald and in The Age in Melbourne today. To read the full article click HERE
I’m proud to announce my work has been included in the forthcoming book Street Photography Now, published by Thames & Hudson. Co-authored by Sophie Howarth and Stephen McLaren it’s the first substantial survey of international street photography since the late 1980s.
Street Photography Now showcases the work of forty-six image-makers who are notable for their candid depictions of life on the streets and in the subway, in shopping malls and movie theaters, on beaches and in parks. Four thought-provoking essays put the work into the wider context of what has gone before, while quotes from the photographers expand and illuminate their work and draw attention to their influences and ways of working.
For me it’s an honour to have my work published alongside some of my heroes Joel Meyerowitz, Alex Webb, Bruce Gilden and friends Matt Stuart, Nick Turpin, Trent Parke, Narelle Autio, David Gibson and Nils Jorgensen.
Street Photography Now is being launched in London in mid September. Stay tuned for more details. Pre-order the book HERE
‘Skip Divers’ has been selected as a finalist in the 2010 Moran Contemporary Photography Prize. The 40 images chosen as finalists will be on display at the State Library of New South Wales from Tuesday 10th of August. More details here