Announcement – Adam Ferguson
As part of our (outdoor) public program, internationally acclaimed documentary photographer Adam Ferguson will exhibit in George/ Hop Temple Lane.
Adam grew up in regional New South Wales and is now based in New York. He has worked throughout the world and is known for his documentary of US – led military occupation of Afghanistan, his uncompromising body of work exploring the social and political complexities of South Asia and his critique of contemporary regional Australian identity.
Ballarat International Foto Biennale
19 August to 17 September 2017
|Adam Ferguson,Through the Outback Series, 2017|
|While having a career emphasis on the impact of geopolitics, Ferguson is a visual storyteller that works across artistic, photojournalistic and commercial spheres.
He has been published in TIME Magazine, Wired, The New Yorker, The New York Times, National Geographic, Vanity Fair, Monocle, Rolling Stone, just to name a few.
He lives in New York and we are very excited to present his work about rural Australia.
Tickets are selling fast, if you are planning to present your work to the best of the best from around the world and Australia – Hurry and register now!
|John Gollings, Barrie Kosky, 1995|
|Martin Kantor Portrait Prize – People’s Choice Award
Vote now for the Martin Kantor Portrait Prize People’s Choice.
Entries open till 5pm, 10 September.Be in the running for an Ilford Pack – film, disposable camera and tripod worth $500. Winning artist receives $1000!Vote through our facebook poll
Martin Kantor Finalist, John Gollings, Barrie Kosky, 1995
DAVID LA CHAPELLE TICKETSAvoid the queues – don’t forget to pre-book your David LaChapelle tickets for the opening weekend.Over 60 works, exclusive to Ballarat and first time ever in Australia.
Join us for our inaugural Colour Ball. Set in the beautiful Mining Exchange with food by the extraordinary local chef Peter Ford and wine, beer and cider by our sponsors Mount Langi Shiraz, Athletic Club Brewery and The Cider Lab.Leonard Joel Auction house has donated an amazing Benini photograph valued at $5000 to add to 5 other quick and lively auctions and there will be other silent auctions including more beautiful photography for you to peruse at your leisure.Set among the ‘Tell’ exhibition, there are no tables so plenty of mingling and dancing is expected. Come in Black Tie with some colour and flair!
Book tickets – selling fast.
|Plan your Biennale visit:
Opening Weekend – 19 – 20 Aug:
1st Week – 21 Aug – 25 Aug:
2nd Week – 26 Aug – 1 Sept:
3rd Week – 2 Sept – 8 Sept:
4th Week – 9 Sept – 15 Sept
Closing Weekend – 16 – 17 Sept:
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