“After graduating with a degree in Visual Arts in 1990, I began working for the Ad, Burqini in Australia (2011) - Narelle Autio. She is married to the photographer Trent Parke, with whom she often collaborates. Curated exhibitions include Drawn to Water, New York (2013); 10 Australian Photographers, Queensland Centre for Photography (2012); Hijacked 2, Australian Centre of Photography (2010); Light Sensitive: Contemporary Australian Photography, National Gallery of Australia (2006-2007), Fifth Leica/CCP Documentary Award (2006); Noorderlicht Fotofestival (2002); and Summer Life, Alice Austin House Museum, New York (2003). Stills Gallery36 Gosbell Street . Narelle Autio photographer - Google Search, “I was born in a beachside suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. "Australia's 50 Most Collectable Artists", "50 of Australia's Most Collectable Artists", "If virtual reality is film's next big thing, how long will it take to get right? Narelle Autio. 2150733 Köln, Third Floor gallery102 Bute Street, Cardiff Bay CF10 5AD Cardiff, ACP Australian Centre for Photography257 Oxford Street . Narelle Autio Untitled 2001 from the series Not of This Earth Number: 5 Archival inkjet print on canvas 66 x 100 cm Courtesy of the artist. See more ideas about Contemporary photography, Australian photographers, New media art. Mar 1, 2019 - Explore John Sidoti's board "Photography Narelle Autio" on Pinterest. Australian photographer Rebecca Wiltshire talks about the work of Narelle Autio. 2770180 Stuttgart, hello@on-photography.comwww.on-photography.com, Galerie LichtblickSteinberger Str. She is married to the photographer Trent Parke, with whom she often collaborates. Her sophisticated use of colour, light and composition create photographs that evoke the complex beauty of Australia’s landscape, which is otherwise eroded by postcards and clichés. Jul 10, 2016 - Explore Parasko's board "Narelle Autio" on Pinterest. Narelle Autio. Wheelers HillVIC 3150 Melbourne, Australia HouseStrand - via Melbourne PlaceWC2B 4LA London, michaelreid.com.au/exhibition/wall-power-london/?info=show, Thu 12-16, Fri+Sat 11-19, Sun 12-17, Mon 11-17, infoberlin@michaelreid.com.auwww.michaelreid.com.au, ZEPHYR Raum für FotografieC 4/9b68159 Mannheim, mail@zephyr-mannheim.dewww.zephyr-mannheim.de, UNO ART SPACE - Ute NollListstr. Autio began exhibiting in 2000, collaborating with her husband Parke on The Seventh Wave. [3] She is a founding member of Oculi, an independent, collective photographic agency. Narelle Autio Cockatoo 2001 from the series Mercy Street Type C print 40 x 58 cm Courtesy of the artist. Her solo show in 2004, Watercolours, continued her exploration of Australians at leisure. She began her career as a photojournalist at the Adelaide Advertiser before leaving Australia in 1994. Australian photographer Rebecca Wiltshire talks about the work of Narelle Autio. She has won World Press Awards, an American Picture of the Year Award, a Walkley Award and was the first Australian to win the prestigious Leica Oskar Barnack Award. Autio is a member of the In-Public street photography collective and is a founding member of the Oculi photographic agency. 78-8970197 Stuttgart, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery35 Stirling HwyWA Crawley Perth, lwag@cyllene.uwa.edu.auwww.lwgallery.uwa.edu.au, Centre for Contemporary Photography404 George Street . Autio joined the In-Public street photography collective in 2001. [4] She is based in Adelaide, South Australia. Mar 1, 2019 - Explore John Sidoti's board "Photography Narelle Autio" on Pinterest. Autio was born and raised in Adelaide, completing her Visual Arts degree at the University of South Australia. In 2013 she was a Finalist in the Bowness Photography Prize and The Olive Cotton Prize. Untitled # 30, 1999 - 2000 from The Seventh Wave Gelatin silver print 24 x 36cm, edition of 25 + 1 AP Digital type c print 80 x 121cm, edition of 15 + 1 AP Narelle Autio’s vibrant images of Australian outback and coastal life have won her widespread acclaim and continue to capture the hearts and imaginations of viewers. See more ideas about Photography, Street photography, Australian photographers. Splash, 2004 from Watercolours Type C print 40 x 58cm, edition of 10 80 x 120cm, edition of 15 115 x x171cm, edition of 2 Sign up for daily and / or weekly eNews about upcoming international exhibitions and events! Walkley Award (for Series of Feature Photographs) Selected by Australian Art Collector magazine as one of the ’50 Most Collectable Artists in Australia’, Australia, Nature & the Environment Stories, World Press Photo Award, Netherlands, Runner-up, Leica Oskar Barnack Award, Europe, Second prize, Best Photographic Book, American Pictures of the Year Awards, – ‘The Seventh Wave’, United States, Arts Singles World Press Photo Award, First Prize, Netherlands, American Pictures of the Year Award, Second prize, USA, Narelle Autio & Trent Parke, Depot Gallery, Sydney, Australia, Light Sensitive: Contemporary Australian Photography, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, ABN AMRO 2005 Emerging Artist Award, ABN Amro Tower, Sydney, Australia, This Urban World, Devonport Regional Gallery, Tasmania, Australia, Great Escapes, Lake Macquarie City Gallery, New South Wales, Australia, Narelle Autio & Trent Parke, Stills South, Sydney, Australia, Concord, South Australian School of Art, Adelaide, Australia, Watercolours, Stills Gallery, Sydney, Australia, FotoFreo Photographic Festival, Western Australian Maritime Museum, Fremantle, Australia, Dream Life & the Seventh Wave, Ariel Meyerowitz Gallery, New York, Return to the Real, Pimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, Australia, Nooderlicht Fotofestival, Groningen, The Netherlands, 'Rencontres d’Arles', France, Vienna, Prague, and Tokyo, World Press Photo Award / Exhibition – ‘Little Ballerinas’ international touring exhibition to 70 locations worldwide, including the State Library of NSW, Witness, an exhibition of Australian Photojournalism – ‘Outback Races’ with Trent Parke, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney NSW, Australia, Leica Documentary Photography Exhibition and Award, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, World Press Photo Award/Exhibition, International Touring Exhibition, Watermarks, Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney, Australia, Art at Work, Kingsford Smith International Airport, Sydney, Australia, Leica Documentary Photography Exhibition and Award – ‘Roadkill', Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, Australian Art Collector, “50 most collectable artists”/ Andrew Frost, Pol Oxygen, “Coastal Colour”, photographic essay, Artlink, ‘The sea is in them’/Virginia Baxter, Good Weekend, 'Splash Happy'/ Kendall Hill, The Sydney Morning Herald, 'Critic's Picks'/ Tracey Clement, The Sydney Morning Herald, 'Snap Happy'/ Victoria Hynes, The Weekend Australian, 'Stills wioth a power to move'/ Benjamin Genocchio, The Weekend Australian, April, Stills with power to move’ / Benjamin Genocchio, The Sydney Morning Herald, 'When the Market's dead, Give 'em Roadkill'/ Robert McFarlane, The Jakarta Post, ‘Up Close and Personal at the World Press Photo Exhibition’, The Sydney Morning Herald, July, Intoxicated by a Wave of Raw Pleasure’ / Sharon Verghis, The Sydney Morning Herald, Metro, ‘The Seventh Wave’ / Critics Pics, The Good Weekend, ‘The Floating World’ / Robert Drewe.