The first solo exhibition in Australia by American photographer and performance artist, Martine Gutierrez, opens at the Australian Centre for Photography on 7 February.
Early bird registrations have opened for CP+ 2020, which takes place in Yokohama, just outside Tokyo in Japan, between 27 February and 1 March.
Fujifilm has joined Leica, Nikon and Olympus in declaring it will not participate in Photokina 2020, which opens on 27 May.
For the past four years The Heart Project, led by photographer Karen Alsop, has run a project to bring Christmas joy to sick children through specially edited portraits.
Sony Australia plans to expand its Digital Imaging Advocate Program across Australia and New Zealand and is looking for interested photographers who shoot with Sony gear.
Three local photographers are among the winners of the 64th Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism, which were announced last night at the International Convention Centre Sydney.
Curated by Dr Sarah Engledow, ‘The Look’ exhibits 68 photographic portraits of well-known Australians. It’s currently showing at NPG in Canberra and will travel to regional galleries over the next two years.
Eight Art Major graduates from the Photography Studies College (PSC) will showcase their work at an exhibition opening on 22 November.
‘Capturing the Home Front’, a new photographic exhibition showing life at home in a world at war has opened at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney.
48 members of the Victorian Photographers’ Collective Facebook Group will hold an exhibition of their work at Magnet Galleries in Melbourne’s Docklands, opening on 8 November.