Monday 12 August 2013
The winner of the $20,000 Olive Cotton acquisitive prize is Trent Parke, one of Australia’s best known documentary photographers and the first Australian to join the prestigious Magnum Photos collective. Of his entry Candid portrait of a woman on a street corner The judge, Helen Ennis, Head at the School of Art, Australian National University said it is “a very unusual work, the subject isn’t immediately visible and so our notions of portraiture are challenged. The viewer is invited to actively work with the image in order for the face of this unknown woman to become apparent”.
Award Co-ordinator Anouk Beck said “Trent Parke was elated at the news and to receive an award for this work which marks a new direction for him and his first foray into portraiture”.
Tuesday 23 July 2013
LES FAITS SECONDAIRES / Limited Edition of 700 copies
Original texts by Christophe Agou & John Berger. Poems by Daniel de Bruycker.
Clothbound / 60 duotones / 112 pages / 10¾ x 9½ inches / English-French.
The impressions are made with vegetable-based inks on triple star matt volume 170g/m2.
“Click Here” to buy it now.
Sunday 10 March 2013
Everyone at In-public is delighted to announce that Polish photographer Maciej Dakowicz has joined our ever increasing ranks.
We have long been admirers of Maciej, as a person and a photographer.
Maciej’s “Cardiff After Dark” work has been one of the seminal street photography stories over the last few years, culminating in a beautiful book published by Thames & Hudson in 2012.
As well as Maciej’s love affair with late night Welsh boozers he has also been working hard in Asia where he has been making a completely different, but equally impressive body of work.
Both Cardiff and Asia are now available to view on Maciej’s portfolio page. We sincerely hope you enjoy the photographs as much as we all have over the years.
Welcome to In-public Maciej.
Monday 14 January 2013
Jiří Makovec has been included in the British Journal of Photography’s ‘Ones to Watch’ article. So… make sure you watch out for Jiří!
Check out the BJP article for more details:
Thursday 04 October 2012
In-public’s Jesse Marlow has won Australia’s most prestigious photography award, the $25 000 Bowness Photography Prize.
This is the first time a street photographer has won the $25 000 prize. Marlow’s winning photograph Laser vision is an ambiguous and disorientating image of a chance encounter during the photographer’s daily travels around the streets of Melbourne. Marlow states, “contrived photographic shoots and intricately designed set-ups have never interested me. Rather it is the uncertainty of street photography that continues to stimulate. The idea that I can leave the house one morning and come home at the end of the day with a photograph that will be with me forever constantly drives and excites me.”
For the judges, the winning picture expressed in a very satisfying way a significant aspect of contemporary photographic practice. Street photography, which has a long tradition in photographic history, is experiencing a significant rebirth. Armed with smart phones, we are all potential street photographers. For MGA Director Shaune Lakin, “Marlow’s picture is in many ways the perfect street photograph: it is a candid image of everyday life, but one that makes the everyday seem both extraordinary and strange.”
Wednesday 03 October 2012
Call for Submissions – New York Street Photography Exhibition
South Street Seaport Museum
The South Street Seaport Museum invites submissions of new works in the field of New York City street photography for a juried exhibition to open in the late fall of 2012. The exhibition seeks to showcase the best of contemporary photography capturing life as it unfolds in New York City’s public places—its streets, parks, and plazas.
New York City has a rich tradition of street photography. Such notable image makers as Garry Winogrand, Robert Frank, Joel Meyerowitz have captured the diversity and vitality of the city’s streets and its denizens for well over a century. These artists recorded fleeting moments, capturing the faces and lives of ordinary people as they move through an ever-changing metropolis. The Museum of the City of New York (which is operating the South Street Seaport Museum) is currently presenting some of the best of these historic images in City Scenes: Highlights of New York Street Photography, along with the exhibition London Street Photography. The exhibition at the South Street Seaport Museum will carry that story forward through new candid images that show the evolution of the city and of the genre itself in the 21st century.
Both professional and amateur photographers are invited to submit pictures for consideration. Deadline for entries is Monday, October 22, 2012 at 11:59 pm (EST). For full guidelines and to submit images, click here.
Sunday 01 July 2012
In-public are delighted to announce that Jiri Makovec has joined the collective. Jiri was born in the Czech Republic and has been living and working in New York over the last six years.
Using a Hasselblad and lots of film, Jiri has managed to capture the city in a truly unique and surprising way. We are all extremely pleased to have him on board as our new member.
Tuesday 17 April 2012
Stephen McLaren & Matt Stuart are teaching a Guardian Masterclass at the Guardian in Kings Cross on the 9th & 10th June.
The course costs £350 and promises to be a great weekend of learning and shooting. Places are limited so please book quickly to reserve.
More details can be found here
Monday 14 November 2011
Christophe Agou has an exhibition of his European Publisher’s Award winning work, opening in Paris at Fait & Cause on Thursday 17th November.
The show is open until the 14th January 2012.
Fait & Cause 58, Rue Quincampoix 75004 Paris.
Wednesday 21 September 2011
Friend of In-public Paul Baldesare has released a book of his inspirational set of underground pictures entitled “Down the Tube”
Paul says; “The pictures in Down the Tube were taken nearly twenty five years ago, over a three year period. Its interesting to look back now and see the social and cultural changes that have taken place since the late 1980’s. The Underground hasn’t changed that much it is still one of the most familiar aspects of traveling in and around London but to take a similar set of pictures today would I believe be a great deal more challenging with the increased awareness of the camera and the flood of tourists and visitors creating a much busier network”.
You can buy a copy here
Thursday 17 February 2011
In-public photographers are participating in a show at the Museum of London which opens on Friday 18th February and is on until September 4th. It is free to get in.
The exhibition curated by Mike Seabourne and Anna Sparham presents photographs made in the city from the 1860’s to 2010.
Richard Bram, Adrian Fisk, David Gibson, Nils Jorgensen, David Solomons, Matt Stuart and Nick Turpin are all showing images.
Matt Stuart is also involved in a short film, along with Polly Braden, Wolfgang Suschitzky and Paul Trevor which is being shown alongside the exhibition.
As well as the street photography show, the Museum is really worth a visit, pop along and find out more about the history of the city.
Thursday 24 June 2010
In the spirit of the classic Little Golden Books for children, Little Brown Mushroom is releasing a series of photographic storybooks for grown-ups.
Their first book, Bedknobs & Broomsticks, features photographs and story by Trent Parke and design by Hans Seeger.
This limited edition book is selling out fast. You’ll have to move quickly if you would like a copy.
Monday 15 March 2010
Jesse Marlow will be exhibiting images from ‘Don’t just tell them, show them’ at Richard Martin Art in Melbourne, 1 Darling St, South Yarra From the 26th March – April 10th 2010
Wednesday 14 October 2009
In-Public members Joel Meyerowitz, Trent Parke and Matt Stuart are among the 50 photographers profiled in a new book, ‘Photography in 100 Words’, by David Clark.
The book features an interview with each photographer, together with a representative image. Among the other interviewees are Elliott Erwitt, Martin Parr, Nadav Kander, Tom Wood, David Bailey, Michael Kenna, Frans Lanting and Steve McCurry.
The book is published on 29 October 2009 by Argentum, price £20. It’s also being published in the US by Focal Press.
Monday 28 September 2009
This compelling body of work is the result of a unique commission by the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. They asked Joel Meyerowitz to document, interpret, and celebrate one of the city’s greatest legacies: nearly 29,000 acres of parks in the five boroughs.
Through this stunningly rich archive of parks, shorelines, and forests, Meyerowitz’s “Legacy” transports the viewer into the heart of the wilderness throughout New York City, much of which remains unseen and unknown to the millions of city dwellers.
Meyerowitz is the first photographer to document New York City’s parks since the 1930s, when they were photographed as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s WPA program.
Artist talk and book signing:
Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 6:30 pm
547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY
Free and open to the public
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
RSVP required to firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 21 March 2009
25 March to 2 May 2009 Stills Gallery, NSW, Australia
Opening Sat 28 May 3-5pm
Since they were first exhibited at Stills Gallery in 2000, Narelle Autio’s vibrant and award-winning images of Australian coastal life have won her impressive national and international acclaim, as well as capturing the hearts and imaginations of viewers.
One of the beauties of her work is its ability to speak to speak to so many people about their own experience as coastal dwellers. The play of colour and light is magical too, giving the photographs a painterly quality that transcends usual depictions of the beach. Autio’s images give the coastline back the complexity, drama and beauty that are so easily eroded by postcards and clichés.
For her new body of work, The Summer of Us, Autio has returned to the ocean, but this time to the shore, to the natural and man-made remnants of long summer days; to a lone pink thong, the skeletons of sun hats and sand-crusted fish. Using large format film, Autio documents her finds, treating each with the same kind attention to detail. Thoughtlessly discarded by its owner, a bottle Reef Oil for example, is resurrected larger than life. Against a clean white background, the glossy promise of this product almost returns to its former glory, despite the all too familiar truth that applying sun lotion at the beach is a sand-caked and unglamorous affair.
Her collection of images introduces us to a lovely continuum existing between manufactured and natural, between ocean and land. Lost gloves slowly grow to resemble five fingered sea creatures and in turn lost sea creatures become curious objects when washed up on the shore. Autio’s appreciation for the power and the poetic transformations of the ocean is elegantly portrayed in these works.
Monday 16 March 2009
Jeff Ladd is featured in The Guardian in an article about his Errata Editions book series.
Friday 06 March 2009
There’s a great Q&A with Jeff Ladd over on Blake Andrews’ blog.
Wednesday 25 February 2009
Otto Snoek has two new books out on the 7 March. The first, “Rotterdam”, is the result of Otto’s collaboration between Witte de With. The second, “Why Not”, accompanies the exhibition of the same title in the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam.
Available at Witte de With, and via the following distributors:
D.A.P., New York (USA only), online catalogue: www.artbook.com, e-mail email@example.com, phone +1 212 627 1999
Cornerhouse, Manchester (UK and Ireland only), online catalogue:
Number of copies 1250, language Dutch/English
Text: Henk Oosterling
Graphic Design: Studio Beige
ISBN 978-90-5973-114-1 [English edition]
ISBN 978-90-5973-109-7 [Dutch edition]
€ 32.50 [Netherlands]
€ 35.00 [Europe]
€ 37.50 [outside Europe]
In the Netherlands, the event culture has led to far-reaching changes in public areas. They are primarily perceived and used as stages for consumption, with public partying, shopping and celebrating.
Over ten years, Otto Snoek visualizes the ambivalent relationship between the promise and the letdown of our modern way of urban life.
The photographs in “Why Not” focus on contemporary forms of leisure: festivals, soccer games and parties. Looking at these promises of mass culture, Snoek exposes the increasingly commercial character of urban life, as well as people’s uniformity in a crowd.
Sunday 30 November 2008
The Christmas Tree Bucket is humour of the blackest hue. Operatic in its vision and darkly satirical in its style, Trent Parke snaps the family rituals of Christmas with the in-laws and builds a gritty gothic tale of a nightmare lurking in the suburban shadows.
Clickhereto find out more
Sunday 16 November 2008
There’s an interesting interview with Australian photographer and In-Public member Jesse Marlow on the Scandinavian blog “F Blog”. Have a read and find out just what makes Jesse tick.
Saturday 08 November 2008
Richard Kalvar will be showing his photographs in Paris, during the photography month. You can see over 40 years’ worth of his street photography at Arcturus Gallery, from November 14th to December 6th.
65 rue de Seine 75006 PARIS
T : +33 (0)1 43 25 39 02 – F : +33 (0)1 43 25 33 89
firstname.lastname@example.org – www.art11.com/arcturus
Thursday 25 September 2008
In the final talk of the series My Favorite Things, Trent Parke will be making a fascinating, personal exploration of the various elements of the photographic medium, giving us his own angle on this wonderful art form.
Trent will talk about his photographic experience, artistic inspiration and technical expertise, with reference to the images that have influenced him – both his own and other photographers’.
After the talk, you can join Trent for drinks and more discussion. Places are limited, so book early.
You can find out more about this series here.
Wednesday 17 September 2008
Jeff Ladd has started an exciting new project, under the umbrella of his publishing company ‘Errata Editions’.
The ‘Books on Books’ series is an on-going publishing project dedicated to making rare and out-of-print photography books accessible once again to photobook enthusiasts.
Each edition presents the entire content, page for page, of an original master bookwork that has, until now, been too rare or prohibitively expensive for most of us to experience. These are not facsimiles, but complete studies of those original masterpieces. Through a mix of classic and contemporary titles, the series will span the breadth of practice as it has appeared on the printed page, allowing further study into the creation and meanings of these great works of art.
The first two-thirds of each book shows, page for page, every spread of the original. But Jeff has also commissioned some of the finest writers on photography to contribute a 3000-4000 word essay about each book. As well as discussing the photography, the essays also look at the book object itself, and its relevance in the history of the medium. Other chapters include a short essay on the original book’s production, as well as biographic and bibliographic information of each artist.
You can find out more at Jeff’s fantastic 5B4 website.
Monday 24 March 2008
Street Photography of the Gold Coast
29 Mar 2008 – 11 May 2008
Jeff Carter, John Gollings & Trent Parke
Street life is our shared experience of common places.
The Gold Coast has a very particular street culture of holidaymakers, beachgoers, surfers, glamorous figures – and its fair share of lost souls.
By definition, the street is a very public space – but there are also private, unseen, transitory moments. Moments captured by the keen eye of the photographers in this exhibition.
Jeff Carter worked as a news and freelance photojournalist before coming to the Gold Coast regularly from the mid-1950s. John Gollings, now best known for his architectural photographs, made a study of Gold Coast street scenes in 1974. And Trent Parke has taken the most recent work in the exhibition, over the past year. Parke’s images may look like the results of chance, but they are the result of prolonged and careful observation and great patience.
Tuesday 29 January 2008
What’s the difference between someone taking pictures on the street and a “street photographer”?
At this event, Sean Corcoran, Curator of Prints and Photographs at The Museum of The City of New York, will lead a panel discussion exploring the tradition of street photography, the skills that make a street photographer, and the contemporary issues affecting the way street photographers work today.
Sean will be joined on the panel by Gus Powell, Jeff Mermelstein and Matt Stuart.
Presented in conjunction with Manhattan Noon: Photographs by Gus Powell.
The Museum of The City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street
New York, NY 10029
Tuesday February 12th 6.30pm
$9 for General Admission
$5 for Museum members, Seniors, and Students
For more information please call 212.534.1672, ext. 3395.
Saturday 26 January 2008
We are really pleased to welcome David Solomons, long-time chronicler of the London streets, to In-public. We hope you like his work as much as we do, and look forward to seeing some great new work from him soon.
Thursday 29 November 2007
The Eye Studio Gallery has an exhibition of photographs by Jeffrey Ladd, running from December 6th until January 26th 2008. The show brings together 24 photographs of religious festivals and ceremony in Mexico and Nicaragua. There will be an opening reception on Thursday December 6th from 6-8 pm.
You’ll find the Eye Studio Gallery in Manhattan’s Chelsea gallery district, at 526 West 26th Street. It’s in suite 507 on the fifth floor. Apart from specific event dates and the opening reception, you’ll need an appointment to get into the gallery. You can arrange one by calling (212) 242-1593.
Tuesday 02 October 2007
Sasha Wolf’s new gallery in Tribeca is opening with an exhibition is of Paul McDonough’s New York street work from 1968-1972.
McDonough arrived in New York in 1967 with a 35mm camera and an entrée – through childhood friend Tod Papageorge – into the photography workshops and social networks of street photographer Garry Winogrand.
Emerging from an early career as a studio easel painter, McDonough found photographing on the streets liberating. “It satisfied my sketching impulses,” he said. “… I learned to carry a camera everywhere, all the time, loaded with 400-speed film.”
This show is a must-see for all lovers of street photography. We recommend heading down to 10 Leonard Street, Tribeca, New York before the show ends on 10th November.
If you can’t get there, you can see the show online at www.sashawolf.com
Friday 03 August 2007
We are extremely proud to announce that the well-known Magnum photographer Richard Kalvar has joined In-Public as a Master. Intriguing and often amusing, Richard’s work always lingers in the memory.
Earthlings is a fascinating record of the many human encounters Richard has made during his 40-year career. The book is due to be released in the US on September 18th 2007, to coincide with a show of 43 large prints at the Leica Gallery, 670 Broadway, New York, NY10012.
Earthlings has been available in the UK since April and in France since March (as Terriens). The publisher in all three countries is Flammarion.
Monday 11 June 2007
In 2006 Joel Meyerowitz began a project to create a photographic archive of New York City’s 29,000 acres of parkland. Already numbering nearly 1500 images, the archive is expected to include 4000 photographs by the time it concludes in 2008.
The central theme of the archive is the areas of wild nature that still exist within the parks system; places where the unexpected beauty of the ancient forests and coastline provide a retreat for New York’s citizens.
“Wild in New York”, a work in progress, will be on show at the Edwynn Houk Gallery, 745 Fifth Avenue, New York from June 5th to June 21st 2007.
Thursday 07 June 2007
Christophe talks about his photography, and his deep affection for life and work, in the ‘Spotlight Portfolio’ feature of Black & White Magazine (Issue 53), for collectors of fine art photography.
Saturday 07 April 2007
There is an excellent short film about Garry Winogrand now available online, courtesy of Michael David Murphy’s fascinating www.2point8.whileseated.org
You can also click here to view it. (Thank you Jim Arnold.)
Monday 04 December 2006
Nils Jorgensen has given an enlightening interview to Michael David Murphy’s excellent 2point8 Street Photography website.
Thursday 09 November 2006
Jesse Marlow, who is participating in this year’s World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass in Amsterdam, is showing his series “Alice” in the Masterclass group exhibition RISK at the Foam Fotografiemuseum, Keizersgracht 609, Amsterdam, from 10th November to 7 January 2007.
Friday 27 October 2006
Bryn Campbell has added a new portfolio of his Street Photography to the Masters section of In-Public.
Bryn is a long-time friend and supporter of In-Public and we are all very proud to include his work on the website.
Tuesday 19 September 2006
Narelle Autio has updated her Portfolios on the In-Public site.
Narelle is now showing her stunning Watercolours project, made in and around the beaches of Australia.
Sunday 17 September 2006
Richard Bram’s first book, appropriately entitled “Richard Bram Street Photography” has just been published by KunstRaum Verlag of Mannheim, Germany. With 68 black and white photographs, this pocket-sized soft-cover volume provides a great overview of Richard’s many years of Street work. Pending distribution, copies may be obtained by contacting Richard directly through In-Public.
Monday 04 September 2006
The 2point8 website, the “Wide-open view on Street Photography” has been re-designed. You should check them out by clickinghere
Friday 01 September 2006
Joel Meyerowitz has an exhibition at the Jeu de Paume in Paris.
“Out of the Ordinary”, Photographs from 1970-1980
will be on show from the 3 October – 24 December 2006
For more information please visit:
Tuesday 22 August 2006
This is Trent’s first show in the UK. Don’t miss it.
Friday 04 August 2006
We are really pleased to welcome Joel Meyerowitz to In-Public.
Joel heads the new Masters section of the website, which we have introduced to allow credit to be given to the legends of Street Photography.
More to follow soon…
Thursday 03 August 2006
In-Public founder Nick Turpin will be taking part in a discussion about influences and trends within street photography in London, with photographer, filmmaker and sociologist Paul Halliday and writer Geoff Dyer. Check out Paul’s article ‘Urban Detours’ in this summers edition of London Independent Photography and Geoff’s recent book The Ongoing Moment.
In-Public was set up in 2000 to provide a home for Street Photographers.
Our aim is to promote Street Photography and to continue to explore its possibilities, we are a non commercial collective. All the photographers featured here have been invited to show their work because they have the ability to see the unusual in the everyday and to capture the moment. The pictures remind us that, if we let it, over-familiarity can make us blind to what’s really going on in the world around us.Read more