Paul Blackmore

Paul Blackmore documented in his first book ‘Australians: Responses to the Land (1999)’ how the tough Australian environment animates and influences Australian culture. The exhibition ‘Australians’ at Fox Gallery expands on the acclaimed series. The more recent works revisits the themes of the landscape and belonging but focuses mainly on the Australian coast. In particular a dynamic[...]

David Rosendale

David’s work has been featured by major domestic & international brands, and featured in prestigious publications and awards such as the Australian National Photographic Portrait Prize. Work created during ‘The Fall’ was recently semi finalist in the Moran Contemporary Photography Prize. David’s work seeks graphical and compositional harmony within the landscape, his artworks act as[...]

Tobias Titz

Tobias is a multi award winning photographer based in Melbourne. He has exhibited his work extensively in Australia and Germany. Tobias has worked with indigenous communities in the Pilbara, Arnhem Land and Central Australia for a number of years and photographic work from these interactions is held in the Museum of Australian Democracy, Canberra, the[...]

Tom Goldner

The world around us is perpetually changing – ice melts, glaciers shift, weather changes and time passes. Nothing stays the same, neither we nor the spaces we occupy. ‘Passage’ captures a time of transition in Tom Goldner’s photography practice. In 2015 and 2016, Tom made two expeditions around the Mont Blanc regions of France, Italy[...]

Nick Hinch

Nick Hinches series 'The Space In Between' is the product of a 3000km journey tracing snow covered roads carved out of volcanic rock between mountain and sea. The series explores today’s modern life in a sparsely populated Icelandic landscape, where signs of humanity are often more visible than life itself. The series showcases a series[...]

Angus Scott

Melbourne based photographer Angus Scott’s work is a reflection of formative years, observed through the landscapes which shaped their growth. Captured primarily on B&W film and then hand-developed, the dark and quiet imagery is a yearning for winters spent in the mountains learning and refining their craft. Using both compressed and open spaces, Angus communicates[...]