October 24th, 2011 by Glendyn

I’ve had four images selected for the Documentary Photography Award exhibition at CCP (Centre for Contemporary Photography) here in Melbourne. The four photographs selected are of some skate kids I met in Vladivostok, Russia last year.

From the CCP invitation…‘The CCP Documentary Photography Award is a biennial showcase of contemporary Australian documentary photography. Since the inaugural exhibition in 1997, this event has grown in profile and significance. It represents a unique, national initiative in support of documentary photography, providing a rare opportunity to assess the themes, styles and ideas that characterise this fascinating genre. This year’s exhibition demonstrates the breadth of contemporary approaches to documentary practice from traditional black and white narratives through to vibrant colour recordings, all of which have been achieved without digital manipulation. Themes range from the effects of war on US Marines through to dog shows, roller derby and the annual Miss South Sudan Australia pageant.’

For anyone who’d like to come along, the opening night is this Thursday the 27th of October at CCP, 404 George Street, Fitzroy. Exhibition details and more here…

I found the shots below buried in my Aperture files of the sorting process back when I was submitting the work.

4 Responses to “CCP EXHIBITION”

  1. Alice Says:

    Interesting to consider the Russian kids next to the Canberran rock stars you posted the other day. Riffing on portraits of youth?
    Shout if the exhibition comes up to Sydney.

  2. Stephen Kanaris Says:

    Love this Glendyn. So glad to see other people are seeing your shots in Ol’ Vladivostok.



  3. Glendyn Says:

    Thanks Steve!

  4. Glendyn Says:

    Thanks Alice. The exhibition goes on a national tour for the next year or so, but not sure if it heads to Sydney… will let you know though for sure!

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