Taking domestic settings as a focus, Gregory Crewdson is a master of conceptual narratives played out within the environs of the everyday.
Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera
Exposed is a compelling survey of 250 works that tackles subjects both iconic and taboo, questioning the ambiguity of surveillance and voyeurism.
Cristina Coral plays with uncanny compositions, featuring domesticated figures that become lost in neutralised corridors and unnerving bedrooms.
A formal background in architecture informs Parisian photographer Jérôme Bryon’s muted urban landscapes in latest series Grand Sud.
Lauren Marsolier's style that alleviates the world of specific details. Perceptual compositions alienate viewers through bright and equivocal landscapes.
William Eggleston: Portraits
William Eggleston Portraits at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, surveys the career of the ground-breaking American artist who is regarded as a pioneer of colour photography.