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Photo Festivals August 2, 2011

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Although Perth’s Foto Freo doesn’t crack a mention in this summary of Photography Festivals by the Telegraph this is still a very useful catelogue of Festivals that photographers can access on the international circuit.

Exposure: Calgary Banff Canmore Photography Festival

1 – 28 February 2011

Exposure is an annual celebration of Canadian and international photo-based work, featuring exhibitions, presentations and workshops in the Calgary and Bow Valley area.


Derby, England

4 March – 3 April 2011

Established in 2004 in Derby UK, FORMAT is one of the UK’s leading international contemporary festivals of photography and related media.

Exhibitions, portfolio reviews, workshops, commissions, screenings, mass participation, talks, photo collectives, publications, a summer school, conference and much more, all focusing on showing new work premiering in the UK, alongside the best established practitioners in the world.


Los Angeles, USA

1 – 30 April 2011

MOPLA was established and exists to advance the celebration of Photography through a variety of events and programs designed to inspire and invigorate the photography professional, enthusiast, emerging professional and collector. MOPLA 2011’s theme, Adaptations and Reverberations, embodies the fluidity and versatility of the photographic medium.

World Photography Festival and Sony World Photography Awards

Somerset House, London, England

26 April – 1 May

A link to the daily schedule of events can be seen here

Hyeres Fashion and Photography Festival

Villa Noailles, Hyeres, France.

Diverse exhibitions, professional panel discussions and two competitions showcasing 10 photographers and 10 fashion designers selected by a jury of professionals in each field.

29 April – 29 May

CONTACT Toronto Photography Festival

Toronto, Canada

1 – 31 May 2011

Full programme to be announced

Liverpool Look

Liverpool, England

13 May – 26 June 2011

This is the first photography festival to be held in the city and is set within the context of Liverpool’s Year of Social Justice and City of Radicals in 2011. Events will take place at galleries and exhibition spaces across Merseyside and will showcase significant new bodies of work by emerging and established photographers from both home and abroad. Look11 will launch with a four-day event in May 2011 featuring exhibition openings, artists’ talks, workshops and will play host to the 3rd National Photography Symposium. The festival will run for nearly two months and will centre on the theme of ‘A Call to Action?’ urging people to ‘stop, think, examine and debate’.

Photomonth in Krákow

Krákow, Poland

May 13 – June 6

Curated by the artists Adam Broomberg and Olivier Chanarin.

International Festival of Photography Łódz 2011

Łodz, Poland

May 5-15

Workshops, meet the authors and portfolio reviews.

New York Photo Festival

New York, USA

11-15 May 2011

The goal of the New York Photo Festival is to identify and document the future of photography in all its forms.

Every year, a select group of internationally-respected curators are called upon to deliver their personal vision of the newest and most important trends in contemporary photography, each exhibited in their own pavilion and promising to draw the attention of the entire photographic community.

London International Documentary Festival

London, England

13 – 28 May 2011

The UK’s largest independent documentary festival. Sponsored by the London Review of Books, LIDF takes a questioning, critical attitude to the social and political issues of the day, engaging with filmmakers, their subjects and the London audience to create a highly distinct environment for cultural interaction.

Guernsey Photography Festival

Channel Islands, UK

1 – 30 June 1011

The new photography festival returns for its second year with a refreshing combination of international names, intelligent presentation and an unbeatable island setting. Headline exhibitions include work by Martin Parr, Richard Billingham, Samuel Fosso and Tony Ray Jone

Flash Forward Festival

Boston, USA

2 – 5 June

Programme not yet annouced.

Fotobook Festival

Kassel, Germany

1 – 5 June 2011

A festival wholly devoted to the Photobook, highlights include portfolio reviews, workshops, lectures and many exhibitions.

Photo España 2011

Madrid, Spain

1 June – 24 July 2011

Photoespaña attracts over 600,000 visitors each year. The heart of the festival is located along the Paseo de Castellana, Madrid, that runs through the city centre. Organised by La Fábrica.


Dublin, Ireland

1 – 31 July 2011

Exhibitions from the 1st July, and the educational and professional programme will take place from 15th onwards.

This year will include a wider international outreach, and the presence of personalities such as Martin Parr.

Rencontres d’Arles

Arles, France

4 Jul—18 September 2011

Portfolio review registration begins end of April, email photofolio@rencontres-arles.com for details.

Each year thousands descend on the small town of Arles in the south of France for a week-long photographic celebration. Photography is everywhere – in churches and ruins, in old factories and swish lobbies, official town buildings and stately palais. Nearest airport Marseilles.

London Street Photography Festival

London, England

7 – 17 July 2011

The only festival in the UK dedicated to preserving and celebrating the art of street photography.

The festival will combine world-class photography with a diverse programme of events at central London venues including St Pancras International, the British Library, the German Gymnasium and the National Portrait Gallery.


Museum of Modern Art Carlos Merida of Guatemala City

GuatePhoto celebrates both contemporary photography and a panoramic overview of photography in the Guatemalan scene. The goal is to document contemporary photography, to promote local talent and deliver the international community with an opportunity to exchange ideas and new trends in photography.

The GuatePhoto Festival is scheduled to be every other year, the next one being 2012.


Novo mesto, Slovenia

25 July – 6 August 2011

Themed exhibitions, portflio reviews and a series of workshops.

Belfast Photo Festival

Belfast, Northern Ireland

4 – 14 August 2011

Simon Norfolk, Sophie Riestelhueber, Paul Seawright and an open submission exhibition. Full programme here.

Visa pour l’image

Perpignan, France

27 August – 11 September (Professionals week 29 Aug – 4 Sep 2011)

Taking place in the winding streets of old-town Perpignan, this festival features many exhibitions from photographers reporting on wars, nature, the environment, people, religious issues, and social phenomena. The festival is mostly photojournalistic in nature, and many photographers attend during professional week, which costs €60 for accreditation and allows entrance to portfolio reviews. Failing that, just sit in the Café de la Poste all day and meet everyone there. Nearest airport Perpignan.

Internationale Photoszene Köln

Köln, Germany

2011 dates and programme not yet announced (3 – 26 Sep 2010)

Special events on the main weekend and a photo exhibition covering all themes. Also on the agenda is a Portfolio Review for ‘young photographers’ and podium discussions in cooperation with various associations, other organisations and publishers. Nearest airport is Hamburg or Lübeck, with regular trains to Kiel.

Noorderlicht International Photofestival

Groningen, Netherlands

11 September – 9 October 2011

This year Noorderlicht is focusing on photo series that present a distinctive, even idiosyncratic vision on the character of the modern city. Economic, social or urban planning aspects can each play a role; the series may be literal or metaphorical. We are striving for a global picture; the group exhibition as a whole will be a journey through cities in all parts of the world.

Photoquai Biennial

Paris, France

13 September to 4 December 2011

A biennial exhibition of world images organised by the musée du Quai Branly along the quays of the Seine, at musée du quai Branly and in the museum’s gardens. For its third edition, PHOTOQUAI presents nearly 400 works by 46 contemporary photographers from 29 countries: South Africa, Congo, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Togo, Morocco, Tunisia, Bahrain, Iraq, Belarus, Russia, China, South Korea, India, Japan, Taiwan, Cuba, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Colombia, Brazil.

Internationales Fotografiefestival F/Stop

Leipzig Germany

2012 dates and programme not yet announced (23 Sep — 3 Oct 2010)

Features workshops, lectures, exhibitions, and portfolio reviews.

Hereford Photography Festival

Hereford, England

28 October – 26 November 2011

The theme will be ‘Movement’ with an emphasis on sport. HPF are delighted to announce that Simon Bainbridge, editor of The British Journal of Photography will co-curate the exhibition at Hereford Museum and Art Gallery this year.

Paris Photo

Grand Palais, Paris, France

9 – 13 November 2011

15th anniversary of Paris Photo. Artists and their work, dealers, and publishers, will enjoy an exceptional environment to show photography in all its diversity. This year’s edition will turn the spotlight on African photography, from Bamako to Cape Town.

Vanessa Winship at PhotoEspana September 12, 2010

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The Descubrimientos (Discovery) award that Photoespana has been running for the last few years has ‘discovered’ the talented Vanessa Winship  which means she will have a solo exhibition in Madrid at next years festival. It is great news for Vanessa who  in 2008 was awarded first prize in the stories and portrait category of the World Press Photo for her images of Anatolian schoolgirls published in Sweet Nothings.

From the series 'Sweet Nothings' by Vanessa WInship
From the series ‘Sweet Nothings’ by Vanessa WInship

Head On Photography Festival May 18, 2010

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Head On Portrait Prize


Head On is the nation’s major innovative showcase for Australian portrait photography, reflecting a vibrant, diverse cross-section of new and traditional photographic practices.

The show’s main selection criteria are the quality and impact of the image, rather than the celebrity of the photographer or subject. As a result Head On is regarded by the arts community and reviewers as the most critically important photographic portrait prize in the country.

This year’s judges were National Gallery of Victoria senior curator – photography Dr Isobel Crombie, prize-winning photographer Anthony Browell, Australian agent for international photo agency Vu Isabelle Rouvillois and Head On Curator, Moshe Rosenzveig.

The exhibition includes prints by the 40 finalists and further 215 images by the short listed photographers presented as a slideshow.

Australian Centre for Photography

257 Oxford Street

Paddington, NSW, 2021

See map: Google Maps
Gallery website:
Gallery opening hours:
Tue-Fri 12.00pm – 7.00pm, Sat & Sun 10.00am – 6.00pm

Oculi present TERRA AUSTRALIS INCOGNITA (A Photographic Survey) at Manly Art Gallery & Museum

Exhibition Open: 16 April – 16 June

Oculi have a great reputation internationally and have just released their first book at Foto Freo. The Manley Art Gallery is hosting their exhibition of contemporary Australian documentary photography
exploring Australian identity and place.

Featuring Photographers: Donna Bailey, James Brickwood, Tamara Dean,
Jesse Marlow, Nick Moir, Jeremy Piper, Andrew Quilty, Dean Sewel, Steven
Siewery and Tamara Voninski.

Manly Art Gallery & Museum
West Esplanade Reserve
Manly NSW 2095

From Judith’s blog on the Head On site:

Another standout of the festival is the Oculi exhibition at the Manly Art Gallery. Individually, any of these photographers work would fill a gallery and in fact, Tamara Dean and Dean Sewell are both exhibiting at Charles Hewitt Gallery over the next few months – Dean’s show is part of the HeadOn festival – but collectively, this exhibition is a tour de force.
“  Oculi photographers document Australian work, Australian light, Australian life, in a way that straddles art and documentary. Each member’s work is individual and strong. Every time I see Tamara Dean’s ‘Motherhood ‘ series I wonder if it’s my favourite series of all time. Her work is timeless in its beautiful and delicate observation, but then there’s Steven Siewert’s pigeon fanciers and Best in Show essays: loving explorations of enthusiasts, and Nick Moir’s cataclysmic weather hunting and the fascinating lurid flash or gentle sunlight that exposes Donna Bailey’s community and James Brickwood’s schoolies taking me crashing back to embarrassing moments and Jessie Marlow’s determined and joyful NT AFL players and Jeremy Piper’s statuesque boat salvage workers and the devastation Dean Sewell captures in that stark, bald, firebaked kangaroo and Andrew Quilty’s terrifying Cronulla rioters or his breathtakingly beautiful night-time in Lorne and Tamara Voninski’s elegantly captured city moment that Head On is fortunate to carry as the signature image on its program and so very much more. Phew!  See it, and while you’re there, buy a copy of their recently published 10 year retrospective, available at the Gallery main desk.”

Marnye Roth
Head On Photography Festival and Arthere presents
Cut Out by Marnya Rothe

Photo Copyright Marnye Roth

Opening Wednesday 26 May 6.30 – 8.30pm
Exhibition dates: 26 May – 12 June, 2010
Showing at two venues (see below)

Fresh from Australia’s most significant photography festival, FotoFreo 2010, comes Marnya Rothe’s surrealist fashion photography exhibition, Cut Out.

Come to Sun Studios for opening drinks, retro tunes, and to view this darkly mischievous collection of photos and installations on Wed 26th at 6:30pm.

Characterised by an overarching frolicsome take on a cross-section of feminism, fashion photography and the male gaze, the works in this exhibition take inspiration from the photographic and ideological styles of Guy Bourdin, Helmut Newton and the Varga girls.

Rothe’s work is characterised by a strong emphasis on the narrative, the tensions of which she exploits through a dialectical juxtaposing of sexualised, fashion photographs of women, ironically informed by feminist perspectives themselves.

Marnya’s work has been likened to Guy Bourdin’s use of flamboyant colour, erotic connotations, and awkwardly posed models. She uses these characteristics however, in a humorous and controversial manner, with an intension to inspire elements of feminist thought within its viewer.

The women in the photographs are literally 2D objects; cut-outs from her original photographs rephotographed (not photoshopped). These vintage clad cut-outs are then trapped into a domestic diorama thus creating a dialogue between the surrounding objects and the subject. The women either surrender to the role given to them by the object, or sexually overpower them. These dioramas are also displayed as installations in the exhibition.

Rothe’s sense of vintage fashion is evident in the photographs, but perhaps for the viewer the relationship between the woman and the object is what entrances.

“In Marnya Rothe’s strongest photos the feminine ‘goddess’ plays her role with a double edge that helps us reexamine feminist theory and women’s sexuality”. (Bohdan Warchomij, Metaphor Images)

What: Cut Out by Marnya Rothe
Venue: Sun Studios Australia 42 Maddox St Alexandria
When: Opening Night Drinks 26th May 6:30pm
Open Daily until 12th June

Year of the Book March 31, 2010

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Michael Coyne Degree South Collective Book Launch
Michael Coyne Degree South Collective Book Launch

James Brickwood, Dean Sewell OCULI and David Dare Parker Degree South
James Brickwood, Dean Sewell OCULI and David Dare Parker Degree South

Dean Sewell Photo Oculi Museum Perth
Dean Sewell Photo Oculi Museum Perth

2010 has been a great year for the photograph in book form at Foto Freo.  Max Pam’s Atlas Chronicles launched prior to the festival opening and then in rapid succession Brad Rimmer launched Silence at the Fremantle Prison, Oculi, the respected Australian East Coast photo collective launched its massive first tome, and Degree South launched WAR, an impressively seminal work at Central Gallery in Perth. Gianni Frinzi from T & G Publishing is to be commended for his huge contribution to Australian photography.

Degree South  formed in 2006 at Foto Freo as a cooperative that has an established archive that cover’s Australia’s involvement in the world’s conflicts since Vietnam in the 60′s. Individually Tim Page, David Dare Parker, Ben Bohane, Stephen Dupont, Jack Picone, Michael Coyne, Ashley Gilbertson, and Sean Flynn have strong reputations that have been hammered out in the world’s conflicts. Collectively those reputations are significantly enhanced. The book is a collector’s item and their show is not to be missed.

Foto Freo Festival Photos March 25, 2010

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Sohrab Hura Foto Freo launch of Life is Elsewhere PCP
Sohrab Hura Foto Freo launch of Life is Elsewhere PCP

Jean Chung Tears in the Congo Moore's Building
Jean Chung Tears in the Congo Moore’s Building

Graham Miller and Amy Stein Foto Freo launch of Stranded
Graham Miller and Amy Stein Foto Freo launch of Stranded

David Blenkinsop and Jude Savage atFoto Freo at Launch
David Blenkinsop and Jude Savage atFoto Freo at Launch

Philip Blenkinsop at Growing Pains Timor Leste
Philip Blenkinsop at Growing Pains Timor Leste

Curator Julian Tennent and Photographer Zesopol Carlito Caminha
Curator Julian Tennent and Photographer Zesopol Carlito Caminha

Bernadino Soares Growing Pains Timor Leste
Bernadino Soares Growing Pains Timor Leste

Martine Perret Growing Pains Timor Leste
Martine Perret Growing Pains Timor Leste

Storm Maritime Museum Fremantle photo Bohdan Warchomij
Storm Maritime Museum Fremantle photo Bohdan Warchomij

Photo Bohdan Warchomij
Photos Bohdan Warchomij

Foto Freo Launch March 24, 2010

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Narelle Autio's work "The Summer of Us"

Narelle Autio Maritime Museum Foto Freo :THe Summer of Us"
Narelle Autio Maritime Museum Foto Freo : The Summer of Us”

Launch at the Fremantle Arts Centre Photo Bohdan Warchomij

Foto Freo has launched in galleries throughout Fremantle, Perth and Rottnest. The work of artists such as Narelle Autio, Carrie Levy, Pat Brassington at the Maritime Museum, Philip Blenkinsop, Dean Sewell, Glenn Campbell, Martine Perret and the three visiting Timorese photographers  Zesopol Carlito Caminha, Bernardino Soares, and Antoniho Bernardino at the Moore’s Building is inspirational and humbling and a wonderful  experience for any  photographer. Jean Chung’s powerful work Tears in the Congo and Claire Martin’s Slab City and Vivien Dalles A Journey of Exile add so much to  the experience.

Amy Stein’s ‘Stranded’ and Sohrab Hura’s  ‘Life is Elsewhere’ at the Perth Centre for Photography are not to be missed. There are many jewels at the fringe of the Festival. Seng Mah’s Sons of Ganga at the Cracked Monkey in Mt Lawley gives us a mature insight into life in Varanasi, India.

Photo Seng Mah "Airborne"
Photo Seng Mah “Airborne”

Brad Rimmer Foto Freo "Silence" Launch
Brad Rimmer Foto Freo “Silence” Launch

Bob Hewitt Director Foto Freo at Launch Fremantle Arts Centre
Bob Hewitt Director Foto Freo at Launch Fremantle Arts Centre

Carrie Levy Maritime Museum Foto Freo
Carrie Levy Maritime Museum Foto Freo

Photojournalist Students to Bangladesh January 17, 2010

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Bangladesh photography has been in the news recently. The growth of Chobi Mela, a festival of photography in Asia, images of work from Bangladeshi photographers in Andy Levin’s 100 Eyes Magazine, the winning portfolio Living Stone by Bangladeshi photographer Khaled Hasan that was announced as the Centre For Documentary Photography Award Winner have opened up our eyes to the talent and potential within Bangladesh.

The growing connection between the Edith Cowan University Photomedia Faculty and Pathshala, the South East Institute of Photography is an important  link between Austalian and Bangladeshi tertiary institutions and exemplifies the growth of photography in both countries.

Following the success of the initial first link project between the Edith Cowan University Photomedia Faculty and the Pathshala: South East Asian Institute of Photography for the 2008 Summer School, this year, fourteen top ranking ECU Photomedia students are going to Dhaka in Bangladesh from 7 January to 8 February. The ECU students will attend classes and conduct in-field work in collaboration with Pathshala students. New York based Picture Editor Tina Ahrens will supervise the first week of learning before students are sent out to cover their individual projects. The project culminates with an exhibition at the Drik Gallery in Dhaka and there will be another in Perth in April at Spectrum Gallery. At this stage it looks that the focus topic will be the rivers of Bangladesh.

Lecturers Duncan Barnes and Norm Leslie with students heading to Daka, Bangladesh
Lecturers Duncan Barnes and Norm Leslie with students heading to Daka, Bangladesh

Tina Ahrens

Tina Ahrens

Born in Germany. Studied film and photography at London Guildhall University in London, UK. Organised “snap ’n roll” photo exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa, and curated parts of the “Portrait Africa” exhibition at Haus der Kulturen, Berlin, Germany. Worked as a photo editor for GEO magazine in Hamburg since 2000. Travelled extensively in Asia and parts of Africa. She now lives in NYC, working as a photo editor at GEO’s New York office. She is a member of the photography board of the National Geographic AllRoads program.
Was guest photo editor for the new issue of OJO DE PEZ #8 “The fall of nature” (published in October 2006).

Foto Freo Programme Launch Update November 29, 2009

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FotoFreo 2010 Programme Launch Update

Eugen Richards The Blue Room

Eugene Richards The Blue Room

Eugene Richards was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, a neighborhood of Boston. After graduating from Northeastern University with a degree in English and journalism, he studied photography with Minor White at MIT. In 1968 he became a health care advocate in eastern Arkansas. Two years later, he helped found a social service organization and a community newspaper, Many Voices, that reported on black political action and the Ku Klux Klan. After publication of his first two books, Few Comforts or Surprises: The Arkansas Delta (1973) and Dorchester Days (self-published in 1978), Richards was invited to become a nominee at Magnum. He was a member until he departed in 1995, returned to the cooperative in 2002, and departed for a second time in 2005.

On Wednesday evening the 4th of November FotoFreo launched the Festival Programme for FotoFreo 2010: The City of Fremantle Festival of Photography. The event attracted over 200 guests to hear what is in store next year and see a pop-up exhibition giving a preview of the 100+ Fringe photographers who will show across Fremantle and Perth. Programme Manager June Moorhouse said, “There’s a lot to look forward to in FotoFreo 2010! We’re gathering in Fremantle over 40 of Australia’s and the world’s leading photographers and photography commentators for an event that will give you a chance to look at great work, debate the issues and learn from the photographers. “From the big names like Eugene Richards and Pat Brassington, to a host of exciting young international artists and curators, we’ve sought out those who are influencing photography today to come and share their skill with us for a packed five days at the start of the festival next March.

“An Australian first, and an exciting new dimension to the festival, are three five-day workshops being offered by Magnum Photos led by three world-class photographers including Trent Parke.Ms Moorhouse went on to outline the 2010 speakers’ program Incite: stirring discussion about photography, with four major forums looking at the changing ways that photographers distributing their bodies of work. Online Photography, Book Publishing, Journals and Do-It-Yourself Culture will explore in some depth the virtues and vagaries of various forms of photographic self expression.

FotoFreo founder and Chair, Bob Hewitt acknowledged the significant increase in support from the City of Fremantle and new funding from EventsCorp through the ACE scheme. He highlighted the steady growth in the Festival and its spread to new areas including Rottnest Island which will host a range of exhibitions.

The City of Fremantle Festival of Photography 20 March- 18 April 2010 Foto Freo Programme Launch November 6, 2009

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The Foto Freo 2010 programme was launched on Wednesday night at Kulcha in Fremantle by Bob Hewitt, Bob Hewitt, Chair and Founder of FotoFreo, June Moorehouse, Programme Manager, FotoFreo, Fremantle Mayor Dr Brad Pettit and Graham Howe, curator, founder and director of “Curatorial Assistance”.

Photo Bohdan Warchomij_MG_9929

Graham Howe Curator    Photo Bohdan Warchomij

Graham Howe (b. 1950) completed his Diploma in Art & Design in Photography at Prahran College, Melbourne in 1972 and moved to London to become one of the first employees of the Photographers’ Gallery, London. In 1973 he assisted Gail Buckland cataloguing the historic collection of London’s Royal Photographic Society. Late in 1973 Howe was appointed as the founding director of the Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, where he established the exhibitions, publications, and lecture programs.

Traveling to the United States in 1975, Howe visited all the major photography university programs across the country eventually choosing UCLA where, in 1976, he undertook graduate studies in Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, majoring in photography. Among his teachers were Robert Heinecken, William Brice, Chris Burden and Alan Jones. Among his colleagues were John Divola and Jo Ann Callis. Graduating in 1979 Howe, worked as the curator to the Graham Nash Collection while continuing his work as an artist, and writer on photographic history. From 1984 to 1985 Howe worked as a Visiting Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. In 1987 Howe created the independent curatorial organization, Curatorial Assistance, Inc. specialising in the creation and touring of art exhibitions to museums worldwide. To date Curatorial Assistance has circulated over 350 exhibitions to more than 860 museums worldwide.

Curated by Colin Westerbeck, Howe’s mid-career survey exhibition of his photographic works opened at the California Museum of Photography, Riverside, (CMP) on September 26, 2009. Howe’s first monograph Graham Howe: Sly Conspiracies Photographs 1968-2008 has recently been published by the CMP.

Some of the key exhibitions at the Festival feature the work of Narelle Autio, Amy Stein, Eugene Richards, Sohrab Hura, Andrew Quilty, Magda Stanova, Dean Sewell, Tamara Dean, Vivian Dalles, Monica Napper, Agnes Derbeys, David Dare Parker, Brad Rimmer, Claire Martin, Martine Perrett, Steven Siewert, Simon Obarzanek.

Ami Stein Peri Rout 80 Kentucky 2005

Ami Stein Peri "Route 80 Kentucky 2005"