Be part of Australia's most exciting photography biennial.
We are seeking expressions of interest from photographers, artists, publishers and students to be participate in a Photobook Market at PHOTO 2024’s Photobook Weekend, which will also feature a full program of talks, book launches, publishing workshops and exclusive displays of some of the world’s most important photobook awards. This is your opportunity to promote, sell and network all things photobooks. As a participant, you’ll be joining a line-up of leading artists, publishers, designers, and photobook advocates.
Volunteers play an important role in the successful delivery of the biennial, with a focus on our lively events program. We’ll be looking for friendly and passionate people to help us make PHOTO 2024 an unforgettable experience.
The open call invites emerging, mid-career and established artists and photographers to submit proposals to work with Photo Australia in the delivery of temporary public artwork that transform Melbourne’s streets, laneways and public spaces into an outdoor gallery of contemporary photography for PHOTO 2024.
Entries are reviewed by PHOTO 2024’s curatorial advisors:
Mariama Attah (Curator, Open Eye Gallery/LOOK Biennial, Liverpool)
Daniel Boetker-Smith (Dean of Photography, Photography Studies College, Melbourne)
Dr Léuli Eshrāghi (visual artist, writer, curator and researcher)
Varun Gupta (Co-Founder & Biennale Director, Chennai Photo Biennale, Chennai)
Pippa Milne (Senior Curator, Monash Gallery of Art)
Alona Pardo (Curator, Barbican Art Gallery, London)
Isobel Parker Philip (Senior Curator, Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney)
Applications by First Nations artists, or addressing First Nations issues are reviewed by PHOTO 2024’s First Nations Advisory Committee.
The open call invites emerging, mid-career and established artists and photographers to submit proposals to work with Photo Australia in the delivery of temporary public artwork that transform Melbourne’s streets, laneways and public spaces into an outdoor gallery of contemporary photography for PHOTO 2026.
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