Jesse Marlow - Don't Just Tell Them, Show Them (Part 3)

Winner of the 2011 International Street Photography Award, Jesse Marlow's next solo exhibition at Anna Pappas Gallery is the final instalment of his series, Don't Just Tell Them, Show Them which is based on his book featuring the whole series to be published in late 2012.

Art Exhibition previously on at Anna Pappas Gallery in Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 19 April 2012 to Saturday 26 May 2012
Launch Wednesday 18 April 2012, 6.30pm

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Published by anonymous on Saturday 14 April 2012.
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The influence for this body of work includes architecture, painting and film with inspiration coming from the Australian Modernist painter Jeffrey Smart to French film director Jacques Tati. Contrived photo shoots and intricately designed set-ups have never interested Jesse Marlow, rather it is the uncertainty of street photography that continues to stimulate him.

Over the last twelve years, Jesse Marlow has exhibited extensively both locally and overseas. He is currently featured in the publication Hijacked Vol. 3 Australia and UK (Big City Press) with a 6 double-page spread. The publication is a selection of the best photographic artists from Australia and the UK which coincides with the exhibition at Quad Gallery, UK and PICA, Perth. In 2011, he was featured in the documentary film Insight which premiered at the Tate Modern in London and in 2010 he was amongst the 45 Street Photographers from around the world profiled in the book Street Photography Now (Thames & Hudson).

Marlow’s recent solo exhibitions include the London Street Photography Festival and OAO (One And Only) at Anna Pappas Gallery, 2011. In the same year, two works from the OAO series were selected for the CCP/City of Yarra Billboard in Melbourne. Marlow has taken part in a number of group shows, including Hijacked III: Contemporary Photography from Australia and the United Kingdom (QUAD Gallery, UK), Heavenly Creatures (Heide Museum of Art), Head On Alternative Portraits Prize (ACP, Sydney) and Australian Rules: Around the Grounds touring exhibition (Monash Gallery of Art, City Museum Melbourne, Mildura Arts Centre, Wangaratta Art Gallery and Australian Embassy, Washington).

His work is held in public and private collections across Australia including Monash Gallery of Art, State Library of Victoria and Australian Parliament House, Canberra. Jesse Marlow is exclusively represented by Anna Pappas Gallery.