Living Memory Finalist - National Photographic Portrait Prize 2021

Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize finalist: Eleni and the Bookshop

Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize finalist: Eleni and the Bookshop

I am delighted that one of the portraits from my Business Not Usual series is a finalist in the 2021 National Photographic Portrait Prize: Eleni and the Bookshop.

A warm thank you to my subject Eleni and Megalong Bookshop owner, Jodie Dalglish. Watch: Story of the Bookshop (01:30).

Visit the National Portrait Gallery.
Read about it in the Blue Mountains Gazette.

Business Not Usual

A second chance to see the portraits

The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre will host a pop up exhibition of Business Not Usual in the main lounge (the public area) in conjunction with the annual Blue Mountains Portrait Exhibition: 22 January-20 March 2022.

See more here.
View the Business Not Usual video (05:31).

The book is available now: purchase here, contact me directly for a book, or support a Blue Mountains stockist

Photographer Tracy Ponich - Max, Max Steel Blue Mountains

Max, Max Steel Blue Mountains

Recently exhibited

This Changes Everything

8 May-20 June 2021
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

This was a group exhibition at the Cultural Centre in Katoomba. This Changes Everything explored the responses of several artists to the events of 2020.

Photographer Tracy Ponich, It rained fire leaves in my garden...

It rained fire leaves in my garden…

Tracy Ponich: Aftermath 4, Bells Line of Road, photograph

Aftermath 4, Bells Line of Road, Blue Mountains

A few favourites

Broken Stories

Photographer Tracy Ponich: Tracy Ponich, Nightfall Over Desert, Broken Hill

Nightfall Over Desert, Broken Hill

Braemar House, Springwood. This was an exhibition with artist and friend Scott Pollock. Broken Stories is our shared experience of Australia’s Big Dry. Awe-inspiring landscape. Completely heartbreaking. See a few more of the works here

When we were free to travel

Tracy Ponich, Feathermark Photography: Faraway 5 - Açores, Pico do Carvão

Faraway 5 – Açores, Pico do Carvão, photograph on handmade washi

See more of the works from my Faraway series here. This was an Artists of the Round Yard exhibition at Retford Park Bowral (National Trust of Australia (NSW)).


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