ABOUT

 

Ebony Finck (b.1987) is an Australian-born emerging photo media artist whose practice explores the fragility of human existence, often via the landscape and human form.

After completing her Advanced Diploma of Photography in 2015 at Photography Studies College Southbank, she divides her time between her own practice and commercial projects in Australia and the USA.

PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSISTANT
Natascha Stellmach (2016 - current), Stephanie Bailey (2016 - 2018) Thom Rigney (2016 - 2017) Jesse Marlow (2016 - 2017), Heaven Pictures - George Apostolidis & Craig Moodie (2015 - 2017),  Amanda Fordyce (2014 - 2015)

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2016: Juncture, Kalakriti Art Gallery, Hyderabad India, Juncture

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2018: Loud and Luminous, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
2017: Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women, Brightspace, Melbourne
2017: IRIS Award Portrait Prize, Perth Centre for Photography, Perth
2017: Copenhagen Photo Festival, Censored Exhibition, Copenhagen
2017: Contemporary Australian Landscape, Burrinja Gallery
2017: The Best of LensCulture, Volume 1” screening at Voies Off Festival in Arles, France
2016: Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery, London
2016: Taylor Wessing Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Sutherland
2016: Emerging Artist Award, Fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne
2016: Life Framer, Rome, Paris, London, Los Angeles
2016: CCP Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne
2016: Yarra Sculpture Gallery Fresh15 graduate show, Melbourne
2016: IRIS Award Portrait Prize, Perth Centre for Photography, Perth

AWARDS
2018: Head On Portrait Prize, semi finalist
2018: Bluethumb Art Prize, semi finalist
2017: Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women,Brightspace, highly commended
2017: Life Framer “Still Life” shortlisted top 20
2017: IRIS Award Portrait Prize, Perth Centre for Photography, finalist
2017: UNCOVER Series Award, Perth Centre for Photography, finalist
2017: RPS International Photography Exhibition 160, shortlisted
2016: TIFA Photo Award, honourable mention
2016: Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, NPG London, selected for exhibition  
2016: Emerging Artist Award, Fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne, second prize
2016: Head On Portrait Prize, semi finalist
2016: Heartfelt PSC Graduation Award “using photography to make a difference”
2016: Lensculture Portrait Prize, finalist
2015: Life Framer “The Human Body” first prize
2015: IRIS Award Portrait Prize, Perth Centre for Photography, finalist

BIBLIOGRAPHY
2017: The Best of LensCulture: Volume 1
2016: GUP Magazine website, 03/16, unknown author
2015: Life Framer website, 09/16, Alison Morley