Australian Photography Showcased in Dubai

ALASDAIR FOSTER IS THE CURATOR of the Australian exhibit presented in Dubai this March as part of Dubai Photo Exhibition 2016. The Australian work will sit alongside presentations from 23 countries prepared by 18 leading curators from around the world, headed by London-based curator and editor, Zelda Cheatle. This major event is staged under the Patronage of … Continue reading

PhotoWorld 2013

~ Australia–China: Conversing in Pictures ~ In 2013 the respected Chinese magazine PhotoWorld commissioned Alasdair Foster to write 13 articles, each of which featured an Australian practitioner. He selected the artists with a special emphasis on the diversity of approach and visual language at play in our country and each article consists of an introduction, … Continue reading

Imagining the Everyday

::  Narelle Autio  ::  Pat Brassington  ::  Peta Clancy  ::  Rebecca Dagnall  ::  Marian Drew  ::  Peter Fitzpatrick  ::  Hayden Fowler  ::  Murray Fredericks  ::  Petrina Hicks  ::  Garth Knight  ::  Bronek Kozka  ::  James Mellon  ::  Denis Montalbetti & Gay Campbell  ::  Deborah Paauwe  ::  Polixeni Papapetrou  ::  Scott Redford  ::  Luke Roberts  ::  David Stephenson  ::  … Continue reading

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