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Carine Thévenau’s photography practice has a strong portraiture focus, exploring our lives both historically and reflecting upon who we are within contemporary culture. Honoured as a guest speak speaker at International Design Conference, AGIdeas and previously nominated by industry leader, Capture Magazine, for the Emerging Editorial Photographer of the Year Award, Carine Thévenau’s photographic work has appeared in such publications as Wallpaper, Rollingstone, iD Magazine, Vogue, Smith Journal and is a Senior Photographer at Frankie Magazine. Carine has been a finalist in the International Iris Portrait Photographic Award for two consecutive years. She has exhibited works at the Los Angeles Centre of Digital Art, Edmund Pearce Gallery Melbourne, Perth Centre Of Photography and has forthcoming works showing at Galerie Pavlova, Berlin, Germany. Her most recent solo show, “Return To Huldra’s Wood”, at Edmund Pearce Gallery evoked comment by many Australian Art critics, including Robert Nelson from The Age and Professor at Monash University, Melbourne. Carine also contributed to the photographic book SPACES, which documents creative people and their surrounds. Having previously studied Architecture at Curtin University, Photography at The West Australian Centre of Art and Design and having assisted International Photographer Allan Myles, Carine is currently undertaking a Masters Degree in Photography at the College Of Fine Art, University of NSW. Labelled as a “leading photographer of tomorrow” by Ilford photographics, Carine continues her photographic explorations within portraiture; who we are, the way we live and often reflecting on past and present perspectives.
Photographer represented by Network Agency and Edmund Pearce Gallery.