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Exhibitions 15 April – 4 June 2011
Opening Thursday 14 April 6–8pm

2011 Kodak Salon

Galleries 2 & 3

2011 Kodak Salon

Australia’s largest open-entry, photo-media exhibition and competition, the 2011 Kodak Salon is an annual event celebrating the latest developments in photo-media practice around the country. Supported by leaders in the photographic industry, the Kodak Salon provides an excellent opportunity to exhibit work in a professional, high-profile context, with over $16,000 worth of prizes awarded. The 2011 Kodak Salon presents an exciting and diverse snapshot of contemporary, Australian photo-media practice. Read more ›

Principal Sponsor

Kodak Professional

Pat Foster & Jen Berean

Gallery 1

Pat Foster & Jen Berean

Double Negatives

Double Negatives continues Pat Foster and Jen Berean’s interest in how contemporary society engages with the notion of progress and, by extension, how this shapes our physical and psychological surroundings. The exhibition is presented with a concurrent exhibition at Gertrude Contemporary. Read more ›
Ian Haig

Gallery 4

Ian Haig

Chronicles of the New Human Organism

Imagine putting a video camera into the hands of a Death Valley outsider artist convinced that the mothership 
is about to land at any minute and that when it does a new phase of human evolution will begin. Chronicles of the New Human Organism is such a film. Read more ›

CCP Shop Space


New Fragrance

After a short hiatus 4evamore are coming back to their favourite city in the world, Melbourne! Yes, they have chosen hometown Melbourne to launch their new eau de cologne, available 14 April in all good department stores. Read more ›
Karen Trist

Night Projection Window

Karen Trist

Three Steps Removed

For this series I sifted, frame by frame, through my family's limited archive of movies and transparencies from the 1950s for traces of a past I did not live, but which provided me with a screen onto which I could project my desire to know my lost parents. Read more ›

Free Artist Floor Talks
Saturday 16 April 2011, 12pm

Join Pat Foster, Jen Berean, Ian Haig, Salote Tawale, Yandell Walton and Karen Trist.

Fairtrade coffee will be available during the talks by gold coin donation.
Supported by Jasper Coffee.

Also at CCP

CCP Documentary Photography Award - Tom Williams

Eighth CCP Documentary Photography Award
Entries now open

Documentary photographers, photojournalists and artists working in a documentary style are invited to submit their work for a chance to win the $4,000 Copyright Agency Limited Prize. Read more ›
Photo by Paul Knight

Members' Evening
with Bob Hewitt
Friday 1 April 6–8pm

Join Bob Hewitt Director of FotoFreo: The City of Fremantle Festival of Photography, CCP staff and fellow CCP and Nikon Professional Services Members (NPS) at our first Members' Evening for 2011, Friday 1 April, 6–8pm, held in conjunction with Nikon Professional. Read more ›

Photo by Paul Knight

CCP Call for Proposals
Due 6 May

CCP is currently accepting proposals from artists, collectives and curators for exhibitions in 2012. CCP welcomes proposals for new and ambitious projects that critically engage with photo-based practice from Australian and international artists. Read more ›
Laki Sideris

CCP/City of Yarra Billboard
Laki Sideris
Beijing Bicycle 2005/6/10

Laki Sideris examines the paradox of private space in a public environment in Beijing Bicycle, a series of 30 images taken between 8 and 9am and 8 and 9pm in Beijing, China. Read more ›
Les Walkling

Photography Courses
with Les Walkling

Upcoming Photography courses with Les Walkling include: The Digital Print, Lighting Composition and Advancing Photoshop™.
Read more ›

Photo by Paul Knight

CCP Easter Opening Hours

CCP will be closed on Friday 22 April and Sunday 24 April. The gallery will be open on Saturday 23 April, 12–5pm.

CCP Exhibitions Supported by

Tint Design Dulux


CCP Members share an active interest in contemporary photo-based art and enjoy a direct involvement in CCP exhibitions and activities. Their support enables the Centre to develop its aims and expand its services and programs. CCP membership includes a number of valuable benefits:

  • › Regular information and invitations to CCP exhibitions and events
  • › 15% discount on books and selected merchandise at CCP Shop
  • › Discounts for CCP workshops and lectures
  • › Discounts on entry exhibitions such as Kodak Salon and CCP Documentary Photography Award
  • › Discounts to local and related businesses upon presentation of a current CCP membership card

Annual membership fee: Concession $33; Full $55

Read more about becoming a CCP Member online

Centre for Contemporary Photography

404 George Street, Fitzroy, Vic 3065, Australia
t + 61 3 9417 1549 e w

Gallery Hours Wednesday to Friday 11am–6pm, Saturday and Sunday 12–5pm
Night Projection Window 7 nights after dark

Images (top to bottom, left to right): Svetlana Bailey, road #1 2008, type C print, Pat Foster and Jen Berean, Double Negatives (a double negative) 2011, silkscreen print on aluminium, (detail), Ian Haig, Chronicles of the New Human Organism 2010, DVD still, (detail), 4evamore, u r my dream girl 2010, DVD still, (detail), Karen Trist, Three Steps Removed 2010, DVD still (detail), Tom Williams, Tony 'Fingers' Randall, Vietnam war veteran and security guard 2007, winner, seventh CCP Documentary Photography Award, (detail), CCP Visy Education Space, photo Paul Knight, (detail), CCP Gallery 1, photo Paul Knight, (detail), Laki Sideris, Beijing Bicycle 2005/6/10, (detail), Les Walkling, Days becoming 2010, pigment print, (detail), CCP Gallery 3, photo Paul Knight, (detail)

Image: CCP Supporter logos

Centre for Contemporary Photography is supported by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. Centre for Contemporary Photography is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments. CCP is a member of CAOs, Contemporary Arts Organisations of Australia.