THE MIDDLE OF SOMEWHERE
HEADLINE EXHIBITION / TALK / PORTFOLIO REVIEWS
It was a great honor for The Middle of Somewhere to feature as the headline show along with the legendary Magnum photographer Ferdinando Scianna’s Visioni di Famiglia at Ragusa Foto Festival in Sicily, Italy.
I’m honored to have 2 of my images selected as part of the 30 finalists for the 2019 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize. Both these images are from my on-going personal work focusing on my two daughters growing up and will be part of a follow up book to The Middle of Somewhere
is a Milan-based magazine of contemporary visual art from all over the world.
It’s wonderful and also humbling to see that this body of work is still receiving attention from international magazines, three & a half years after The Middle of Somewhere was published.
NOTE: At the time of writing (Oct 30th 2018) it’s not yet translated to english, but google translate does a reasonably good job…
EXHIBITION, WORKSHOP & TALKS
August 2nd – September 4th, 2018, The Middle of Somewhere is being exhibited at Centro Cultural el mas acá, Buenos Aires, Argentina as part of Festival de la Luz, the biggest event of its kind in Latin America, with exhibitions of national and foreign artists in museums, cultural centers, and art spaces across Argentina.
WORKSHOP: The Photobook Process – Case Study: ‘The Middle of Somewhere’
ESCUELA ARGENTINA DE FOTOGRAFIA
It was a pleasure to be hosted by Escuela Argentina de Fotografia. My workshop was about the process of making photobooks, dummies, edit books and journals. Including a deconstruction of the 9 months process of making The Middle of Somewhere. It’s very rewarding when the students are so engaged and enthusiastic. Thanks for having me!
TALKS: From London to the Bush
In conjunction with my exhibition and workshop i also gave two talks. Firstly ‘From London to the Bush’ looking at my life journey and career in photography at Centro Cultural el mas acá. Secondly, Professor Jose Nuno of the National University of Tucumán, invited me to talk with his 2nd year degree students about my career experiences and working process.