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Jesse Marlow is based in Melbourne, Australia. Over the last 17 years Jesse Marlow has worked for a range editorial and commercial clients, both locally and internationally. His works are held in public and private collections across Australia. Marlow has published three books of photography, ‘Centre Bounce: Football from Australia’s Heart’ (Hardie Grant Books, 2003), ‘Wounded’ (Sling Shot Press, 2005) and most recently, ‘Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them’ (M.33, 2014). In 2010 he was profiled in the book ‘Street Photography Now’ (Thames & Hudson). He has won multiple awards for his work, including the International Street Photography Prize in 2011 and the MGA Bowness Prize in 2012.

 

Select solo exhibitions include: ‘City of Whitehorse 20 Year Anniversary Commission’, Artspace, Box Hill, 2014; ’Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them – Part 3’, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne, 2012; ‘Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them’, London Street Photography Festival, 2011; ‘OAO (One And Only)’, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne, 2011; ’Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them… continued’, Menzies Art Brands Gallery, Melbourne, 2010; ‘Centre Bounce’, Alcastan Gallery, Melbourne, 2003; ’Life: Flinders St Station’, Platform2, Flinders Street Station, Melbourne, 2000. Select group exhibitions include: ‘True-Self Exhibition’, GPO, Melbourne, 2013; ’In-Public’, Bangkok Design Centre, Bangkok, 2013; ’Geomorphometries: Contemporary Terrains’, Queensland Centre for Photography, West End, 2012; ’Oculi – Terra Australia Incognita’, Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill, 2012; ‘Street Photography Now’, Mois de la Photo Festival, Paris, 2010; ‘In-Public’, Format Photography Festival, Derby, 2011; ‘Oculi – Terra Australia Incognita’, Manly City Gallery, 2010; ‘Leica CCP Documentary Prize’, CCP, Melbourne, 2007; ‘Australian Rules: Around the Grounds’, Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill, 2007; ‘Risk’ Joop-Swart Masterclass, Foam Fotografiemuseum, Amsterdam, 2006.

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