Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – 7 June 2019

This week on Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – it seems incredibly appropriate in a week when freedom of the press in Australia has come under attack to feature an exhibition of the 2018 Walkley award-winning photographs (our premier journalism awards). When the Australian Federal Police raided our national broadcaster, the ABC, and the home of a News Corp journalist, democracy itself was threatened. Let’s remember how important journalism is to our right as citizens to be informed. On the same theme, this week also features Patrick Brown’s exhibition on the plight of the Rohingya, No Place on Earth, showing at the Bronx Documentary Centre in New York.

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Exhibition: Geelong

2018 Walkley Awards for Excellence in Photojournalism

More than 100 images are included in this exhibition at Focal Point Gallery, showing the breadth of work being done by Australian visual journalists.

Life Saver (C) Jenny Evans
Jenny Evans Life Saver
(C) Jenny Evans
Linda Burney (C) Lukas Coch
(C) Andrew Quilty
Drought (C) Dean Lewins – Nikon-Walkley Press Photographer of the Year
(C) Dean Lewins
Drought (C) David Gray

Focal Point Darkroom & Gallery 46 Douro St, North Geelong

Until 30 June

Exhibition: New York

Patrick Brown – No Place on Earth 

Winner of the 2019 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo, Australian Patrick Brown’s exhibition No Place on Earth is on at the Bronx Documentary Center. You can buy the book here.

(C) Patrick Brown
Momera is 25 years old. She’s from Ulafi, Buthedaung in Myanmar. She gave birth to a baby boy 7 days ago midway through her journey; her baby died yesterday.               © Patrick Brown

Patrick will be at the Bronx Documentary Center this Saturday for an artist talk.

614 Courtlandt Ave, Bronx, New York 10451



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