My exhibition 'Rodents Mort', three triptyches made between 2016 and 2018, will also be shown at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China this September. If you happen to be at PIP this year I will be doing an artist talk between 10:40 to 11:10 on Friday September 20th in hall A2 in the Diesel Factory.
Thrilled to be taking this amazing body of Judith's work to the Pingyao International Photography Festival in September. PIP is one of China's biggest and most prestigious festivals of photography located in Shanxi Province. This year will be the 19th edition of the event which runs from Sept 19 to 25.
'Keep on Truckin'' is now showing at the Radio Springs Hotel in Lyonville. The exhibition is available for viewing Thursday evening through Sunday until mid October. All works are available for purchase.
I'm honoured to be invited as a reviewer to the Photolucida festival of photography portfolio reviews in Portland, Oregon. Photolucida is one of the more important festivals of photography in the US and runs biennially. Their portfolio reviews run over 4 days, from April 24th to 28th.
Looking forward to participating in this year's Daylesford Macedon Ranges Open Studio program which opens this weekend, April 13th and 14th, and continues over the Easter weekend April 20th, 21st and 22nd. I'm one of 24 artists throughout the region participating this year. My Lyonville Gallery/studio will be open each day from 10am to 5pm. Keep your eye out for the cerise flags and signs that denote participating studios.
'Shrine' gets its first outing at the 'Rat Gallery' Ballarista, 2 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat [right next door to the new National Centre for Photography] from Saturday Feb 2nd to March 1st 2019. Ballarista is open 8 - 4 daily. Great coffee and food too!
'Lotus' a body of work shot whilst at the Yixian International Photo Festival in Anhui Province, China in November last year has its first outing at my local, The Radio Springs Hotel here in Lyonville Vic. Please check it out if you happen to be in the area.
ARTIFACT has it's final showing for 2018 at the Maude Street Gallery, 6 maud Street, Newstead Brisbane from Friday December 7th to 16th. Gallery hours Wednesday to Friday 1-6, Saturday & Sunday 11 - 4.
There is a special launch courtesy of Penfolds wines on Thursday Dec 6th from 6 - 8. Link for tickets at the Maud website https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/penfolds-at-the-gallery-with-milton-wordley-jeff-moorfoot-tickets-52428366656
Thrilled to announce that 'Artifact' has been accepted for the Shimmer Photo Biennale in South Australia which runs from Saturday September 14th to Sunday October 14th at various venues throughout the McLaren Vale Region. 'Artifact' will hang at Oliver's Taringa Vineyards during the festival.
Saturday October 28th to Sunday November 5th, 10:00am to 4:00pm daily.
It's time to make room on my walls for new works, so out they go, all sizes, mainly A3 and A2, archival printed, signed and numbered from small editions. Over 100 prints to choose from including works from the following series: Condomonium, the Elephant Stamp, Crossing Clunes, Cuttings, Don't Make me Laugh, Chop, Twenty Carat Love, Bountiful Harvest, Volt and The Leaf Suite. Not all works are available, but a look at http://jeffmoorfoot.com.au will give an good indication of some of the works on offer.
All works $250 each cash, prints only - no frames or mats.
Jeff Moorfoot Fine Art Photography by the Light of the Moon 37 Coliban Drive Lyonville Vic 3461 Watch out for the sandwich board on the highway between Trentham and Daylesford.
Need to add a few caveats..... this is definitely a bargain sale, and it won't happen again for at least a decade, if ever. It depends whether my seventies turn out to be as prolific as my sixties were....... a couple of more caveats .... this is only for personal shoppers. Its genuine cash and carry - no holds, lay by or prior reservations. First come first served........ most prints are from editions of 5 + 2 artist proofs or 3 + 2 artist proofs.
I'm thrilled to be selected as one of the ten finalists of the AIPP Contemporary Photographic Artist Award to be announced on the evening of Sunday September 4th, 2016 at Hardys Tintara Vineyard, McLaren Vale SA. The finalist exhibition will be part of the SHIMMER Photo Biennale which runs from Sept 2 to Oct 2 at venues throughout the City of Onkaparinga.
Watch out for the sandwich board on the Trentham to Daylesford Rd at Lyonville [Peuckers Lane] Open 10am to 4pm both days. Works from more than a dozen different series on show. I open on an ad hoc basis, and generally flag dates on my facebook page. I can also open by appointment if you give me a bit of notice. Email me at email@example.com or phone on 03 5348 5703
On show in the hallway gallery at the Radio Springs Hotel, Main Street Lyonville is my current exhibition 'Crossing Clunes' The Radio Springs Hotel is open Thursday and Friday 4 -11 and 11 - 11 Saturday and Sunday. http://www.radiospringshotel.com.au/
Dead chuffed to have my exhibition 'Volt' accepted for exhibition in China at the Pingyao International Photo Festival [PIP'16] in September. This will be my third visit to PIP. My first was in 2013 as Director of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale for the annual face to face meeting of the Festival Directors of the Asia Pacific Photoforum. I returned in 2014 as curator for 'The Wizards of Oz' group exhibition featuring work by a selection of Australian photographers who had featured previously in the Core Program at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. I also had a show 'Circumstance', in collaboration with Sandra Chen Weinstein which featured 'Legumes Morts - Twenty Carat Love' for which I was awarded a trophy as one of the best international shows in the festival.
PIP'16 runs from 19th Sept to 25th Sept 2016 in Pingyao Ancient City, Shanxi Province. It is China's biggest festival of photography.
For the past few years I have been one of around 200 jurors from around the world who critique the folios selected for review at Critical Mass, one of the largest and most prestigious online portfolio review programs run by the Photolucida organisation in Portland, Oregon, USA. Artists submit 10 image portfolios for review. The entries are pre-screened by a group of around 30 jurors who select the best 200 folios for the Critical Mass review. Each of these folios is then viewed, commented upon and scored by the 200 jurors. This process presents an excellent opportunity for a photographer to put their work in front of an international audience of top museum curators, gallerists, publishers, editors, and media producers from around the world.
This year I have been invited to be part of the pre-screening panel which is charged with the task of selecting the 200 folios that will go forward to be reviewed by the full complement of more than 200 jurors. I expect it will be a formidable task, but one that I look forward to with gusto. To find out more about Critical Mass, go to http://www.photolucida.org/critical-mass/entry-details/