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Wall Power: Contemporary Australian Photography
Part 1 of the superb travelling exhibition in Europe over the next 18 months: Haus der Stiftungen, Cologne, 7 September - 7 October, 2017 via Michael Reid with the kind support of the Australian Government.

Exhibited artists: Bill Henson, Brook Andrew, Catherine Nelson, Christian Thompson, Deborah Paauwe, Destiny Deacon, Fabian Muir, Joan Ross, Joseph McGlennon, Luke Shadbolt, Marian Drew, Michael Riley, Narelle Autio, Nici Cumpston, Petrina Hicks, Polixeni Papapetrou, Rosemary Laing, Shaun Gladwell, Tamara Dean, Tony Albert, Tracey Moffatt and Trent Parke.

Urban Burqa in Marie Claire
Many thanks to Marie Claire for featuring Urban Burqa in the September issue.

Interview with the Photographic Museum of Humanity (PHmuseum)
Many thanks to PHmuseum for the interview on DPRK work. Read here

Urban Burqa in Journal de Montréal
Thanks Sophie Durocher for an amusing foray into visual arts and a thorough, if misconceived, lambasting in the Canadian tabloid 'Journal de Montréal'. Read here (in French)
Wall Power: Contemporary Australian Photography
Stunning travelling group exhibition from September 2017-18 in Paris, London, Berlin and Cologne with Michael Reid in association with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade.



Further details to follow.
Festivals June 2017
Intimate Perspectives on North Korea being displayed at the Dublin Photo Festival, Copenhagen Photo Festival, Fotoleggendo Festival, Rome, StreetFoto San Fransisco and Vienna Photo Book Festival via the Magnum Photography Awards/LensCulture.
BBC World TV Interview
Many thanks to Yalda Hakim and the BBC World team for the interview on 'Impact'. View here.

Interview on 'Big Debate' with Nomia Iqbal on BBC Asian Network
Many thanks to Nomia Iqbal and BBC Asian Network for the extensive interview on 'Urban Burqa'. Listen here (starting at 2:11:04, available until 26 May 2017)
FotoOn Festival 2017, Valencia
Intimate Perspectives on North Korea being shown at the FotoOn Festival 2017, Valencia via the Magnum Photography Awards/LensCulture.
Krakow Fotomonth Festival 2017, Poland
Intimate Perspectives on North Korea being shown at Krakow Fotomonth Festival 2017 via the Magnum Photography Awards/LensCulture.
Los Angeles Festival of Photography 2017
Intimate Perspectives on North Korea being shown at the Los Angeles Festival of Photography 2017 via the Magnum Photography Awards/LensCulture.
Intimate Perspectives on North Korea being shown at the FORMAT Festival 2017
Intimate Perspectives on North Korea being shown at the FORMAT Festival 2017 in Derby, UK, via the Magnum Photography Awards/LensCulture.
'Shades of Leisure in North Korea' at Somerset House, London as part of Zeiss Photography Award 2017
If in London, please do visit the Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr Exhibition at Somerset House, London, which will include 'Shades of Leisure in North Korea' along with all other shortlisted series from the ZEISS Photography Award 2017 in association with the World Photography Organisation. The exhibition runs from 21 April - 7 May, 2017.
'Shades of Leisure in North Korea' honoured as finalist in the ZEISS Photography Award 2017
Delighted to have 'Shades of Leisure in North Korea' selected as finalist in the 2017 ZEISS Photography Award in association with the World Photography Organisation. View the images here and be sure to also view the wonderful work of the nine other selected photographers.

Finalist FotoEvidence Book Award 2017
Greatly honoured to have been selected as a finalist for the 2017 FotoEvidence Book Award for 'Searching for North Korea'. The work of the other finalists is quite astonishing and can be viewed here.

The jury included Eli Reed, John Stanmeyer, Nina Berman, Molly Roberts, Elisabeth Biondi and Jim Colton, who need no introduction.