ConceptOceaniaEscapism by Amanda Mason

Dodho Magazine 8 months ago 10 min 2707
Amanda Mason’s ‘Escapism’ series visually expresses an ethereal sleep state, a place between being awake and being asleep, a place where the mind is semi-conscious

B&WFeaturedOceaniaShotPortraits with Wet Plate Collodion by Paul Alsop & Luke White

Dodho Magazine 10 months ago 19 min 6073
Wet Plate Collodion is a historic photographic process that was pioneered and used in the In the mid to late 1800's by an English photographer called Frederick Scott Archer.

B&WConceptOceaniaYonder, A poetic visual narrative by Jenny Papalexandris

Dodho Magazine 11 months ago 13 min 2246
The Yonder Series traces a poetic visual narrative along the Amtrak Crescent line from Penn Station in NYC to New Orleans in Louisiana. The thirty-hour train journey induces deep reverie and contemplation.

HabitatOceaniaSettlement by Stuart Chape

Dodho Magazine 1 year ago 7 min 2152
This is part of an ongoing project to record aerial images of human settlement patterns at the edge of water. Most of these are at the ocean’s edge. Humans have a fascination or a compelling need to live at the interface of land and water in its different forms.


Squibtography by Peter Wolf

ConceptOceaniaSquibtography by Peter Wolf

These works are part of my collection of fireworks photographs. Using a somewhat unconventional camera technique. Handheld, camera settings all manual, and changing settings on the lens during exposure. I call it Squibtography.
1 year ago 12 min 2322
Behind these walls by Brett Leigh Dicks

B&WOceaniaStoryBehind these walls by Brett Leigh Dicks

Empty prisons are eerie places. Each prison has its own history, character, and stories to tell, but so too does every cell.
1 year ago 12 min 2611
The Anonymous Man by Lisa Saad

ConceptOceaniaThe Anonymous Man by Lisa Saad

This series of images is based around the idea of a dreamscape. Each image represented itself to me in a flash, as a fleeting moment in full realisation or as a tone of color.
1 year ago 11 min 4581
Folktales by Francisco Diaz & Deb Young

AmericaConceptOceaniaFolktales by Francisco Diaz & Deb Young

In this series, our exploration of myths, fables, fairytales, nursery rhymes and idioms opens the discussion on how these mythical qualities can be interpreted today.
1 year ago 8 min 2486
Glace Noir by Kate Ballis

NewsOceaniaGlace Noir by Kate Ballis

Darlinghurst (July 4-16, 2017) Black Eye Gallery is pleased to announce the July 2017 exhibition Glace Noir by Kate Ballis. Glace Noir is a deep meditation on the sublime feminine forms of the Patagonian glaciers.
2 years ago 10 min 3108
Ted McDonnell ; Paris Refugee market thrives alongside the city´s richest antiques

B&WOceaniaStoryTed McDonnell ; Paris Refugee market thrives alongside the city´s richest antiques

Marche Dauphine located in the 18th arrondissement is known as one of Paris’ best known antique market. Antiques several hundred years old are displayed and sold at this most rare of old world markets.
2 years ago 10 min 2872
Abstraction by Mihai Florea

B&WConceptOceaniaAbstraction by Mihai Florea

For me photography is a spiritual act, an inner conviction and a desire to abstract essence beyond the material world. I’m interested in something which is built up from within, rather than just a superficial image.
2 years ago 6 min 3161
Myanmar Chin tribe facial tattoos by Tim Yare

B&WOceaniaShotMyanmar Chin tribe facial tattoos by Tim Yare

The Chin tribes are from Chin and Rakhine States in Myanmar. Not all women were tattooed and it is not known how long ago the practice started.
2 years ago 8 min 2993
Tantalus by Terence Bogue

B&WFeaturedNudeOceaniaTantalus by Terence Bogue

There are various interpretations around the Greek myth of Tantalus, where the satiation of hunger and thirst was forever just out of reach.
2 years ago 7 min 5104
Publicacion Exposicion Lumina Collective: New Voice for Australian Photography

NewsOceaniaPublicacion Exposicion Lumina Collective: New Voice for Australian Photography

Darlinghurst (June 6 – June 18, 2017) Black Eye Gallery and Lumina Collective are pleased to announce the June 2017 release of Lumina: New Voice for Australian Photography
2 years ago 8 min 3044
Animus by Liam Lynch

B&WHabitatOceaniaAnimus by Liam Lynch

The Latin word for Intellect is Animus, Animus is defined as: character, intellect, memory, consciousness, often mind. An intrepid sleuth, Liam Lynch endures whatever extremes he must to capture the story he is bound to tell us in his photographs.
2 years ago 9 min 3090
Venus Virgin Tomarz by Robert Earp

NewsOceaniaVenus Virgin Tomarz by Robert Earp

Darlinghurst (15 May to 4 June 2017) Black Eye Gallery and Head On Photo Festival 2017 are pleased to announce the photo exhibition ‘Venus Virgin Tomarz’ by Robert Earp
2 years ago 7 min 3601
Dragons and Horses by Liam Lynch

B&WHabitatOceaniaDragons and Horses by Liam Lynch

Imagine setting up a studio under the surface of the sea. To capture this body of work Lynch composed each image under water then with the help of an assistant diver holding a backdrop and specialised underwater lighting
2 years ago 8 min 4433
Robin Schwartz and her exhibition Amelia and the Animals

NewsOceaniaRobin Schwartz and her exhibition Amelia and the Animals

Sydney (5 May – 28 May, 2017 ) Black Eye Gallery and Head On Photo Festival 2017 are pleased to announce US artist Robin Schwartz and her exhibition Amelia and the Animals
2 years ago 6 min 3723
The Playground Series by by Francisco Diaz & Deb Young

AmericaB&WConceptOceaniaThe Playground Series by by Francisco Diaz & Deb Young

For most of us growing up, playgrounds were more than a place for fun and games- they also provided a fast and hard lesson in how social structure works; they taught us how to be patient while we waited for our turn on the swing, while boys would chase and torment the new girl
2 years ago 11 min 3280
Midnight Modern – Book signing and exhibition

NewsOceaniaMidnight Modern – Book signing and exhibition

Darlinghurst (18 – 30 April 2017) Black Eye Gallery is pleased to announce the April 2017 release of Midnight Modern: Palm Springs Under the Full Moon Publication and exhibition By Tom Blachford.
2 years ago 4 min 2876
The Black Series by Anastasia Fua

ConceptOceaniaThe Black Series by Anastasia Fua

I define myself as a storyteller. I tell stories through whimsical, surreal images. Everytime I create an image in relation to a feeling, thought or situation, a burden has been lifted off my shoulders, my soul smiles.
3 years ago 7 min 2359
Dad by Morganna Magee

B&WOceaniaStoryDad by Morganna Magee

My father has been sick since I was a child. Though never close when I was little when my parents divorced I was aged 14, my brother and myself became the next of kin on the hospital forms. Over the past 9 years, we have taken him too and from hospitals, doctors appointments, specialists.
3 years ago 8 min 1863
Bill Gekas ; Fine art portrait photographer

FeaturedOceaniaShotBill Gekas ; Fine art portrait photographer

Bill Gekas is a multi awarded and published photographer that was born and resides in Melbourne Australia.
3 years ago 8 min 3476
By the River by Ian Flanders

B&WConceptOceaniaBy the River by Ian Flanders

Ian Flandres first visited Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 2011 where he stumbled across a young street-prostitute prospecting along the Mekong River. After a brief discussion he became struck and ultimately haunted by the look of despair and desolation in her eyes.
4 years ago 38 min 5195
Christopher Robert Photography

HabitatOceaniaChristopher Robert Photography

Growing up, I was lucky enough to spend a couple of years driving around Australia with my mum, dad and sister. Naturally, I fell in love with the outdoors and still feel a strong connection with everything this incredible country has to offer.
4 years ago 16 min 2962
Five minutes with Cam Attree

DnaOceaniaFive minutes with Cam Attree

My ideal photographic situation probably changes quite a bit depending on my influences at the time.
4 years ago 17 min 4747
Artistic nude by Cam Attree

B&WNudeOceaniaArtistic nude by Cam Attree

Growing up with a father who was a very keen amateur photographer and sitting through countless slide shows of his work, I guess I developed an eye for it without even realizing it.
4 years ago 19 min 16167
My First School by Andrea Francolini

EuropeOceaniaStoryMy First School by Andrea Francolini

“My First School” is dedicated to the children of Pakistan and their common desire for proper schooling
4 years ago 10 min 4522
Me, her and Tokyo by Andrea Francolini

B&WCityEuropeOceaniaMe, her and Tokyo by Andrea Francolini

“Me, her and Tokyo” is a collection of images all shot on a Samsung Note II while roaming the streets of Tokyo, pushing my daughter in her pram with my wife at my side.
4 years ago 10 min 7513
Pia Johnson – In a dim light…

ConceptOceaniaPia Johnson – In a dim light…

The setting is rural Japan in the middle of the night. The 100-year-old house stands nestled between mountains, bamboo, rice paddies and the sea. It is made of wood and filled with tatami mats and screens. Time passes slowly.
4 years ago 8 min 2954
Yo No Hablo Español by Christopher Morris

OceaniaStoryYo No Hablo Español by Christopher Morris

In 2011, photographer Christopher Morris returned to Central North Mexico, capturing the banality of the everyday and giving it a sense of dignity. In his forthcoming exhibition, Yo No Hablo Español (I Don’t Speak Spanish), he reveals the resolute pride of landscapes and life in a parched Mexico rarely glimpsed.
4 years ago 8 min 8793
Architecture : Mihai Florea

CityOceaniaArchitecture : Mihai Florea

I consider myself a minimalist architectural and photographer with a desire to create abstract images from the reality surrounding me.
5 years ago 8 min 5190
War Phones by Henry Hargreaves

OceaniaStoryWar Phones by Henry Hargreaves

During the Vietnam nearly all US soldier carried a Zippo lighter. As the soldiers were initially forbidden from modifying the exterior of their uniform they would use engrave their lighters
5 years ago 7 min 4488
Katie by Morganna Magee

B&WOceaniaStoryKatie by Morganna Magee

I met Katie in late 2011 when I was working on another series based around mothers. Then 20 years old, she was a single mother to Jaylen, an 11 month old baby boy who was born with Gastroschisis.
5 years ago 10 min 4716

AmericaB&WFeaturedStoryVanishing Faces Tibet by Larry Louie

Dodho Magazine 2 weeks ago 14 min 837
The current pace of development around the world has brought widespread concern about a loss of diversity in nature and the need to protect endangered species.  But the changes brought by the forces of globalization, industrialization and urbanization affect not only animals and plants.  People and cultures, ways of thinking and ways of living that have been in existence for thousands of years, are also at risk.  

AmericaB&WConceptFeaturedMidwest Memoir by Michael Knapstein

Dodho Magazine 2 weeks ago 11 min 952
There is a certain magic to the American Midwest. Honest. Modest. Understated. Sometimes unappreciated. Often overlooked. I created Midwest Memoir as a way to help others see the American Midwest in a whole new light.

EuropeFeaturedStoryIrish Travellers by Bob Newman

Dodho Magazine 3 weeks ago 13 min 1147
Irish Travellers refer to themselves as Pavees or Minkiers, having lived on the margins of society for many hundreds of years. They number about 40,000 in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

EuropeFeaturedStoryThe Nenets by Sara Bianchi

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 9 min 1547
The Nenets are an ethnic minority with fewer than 50.000 people dedicated to reindeer breeding. They live in Yamal peninsula, Siberia. Yamal in the language of the indigenous means "the end of the world"

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