TITLE: Grenfell at Noon
This street corner looks like a scene from a noir thriller. The light plays with the streetlight and the arrow on the road. Where is this man going? Where has he been?
AUTHOR: Annette Willis (Australia)
I am interested in the stories that unfold in the street. The small moments that are quickly lost and forgotten. I often wait for the play of light in the same place day after day to see who will pass by. Reflections and shadows fascinate me.
Annette Willis has gained finalist places and honourable mentions in Australian and international photography awards including the Black & White Spider International Photography Awards, the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Women in Photography, Prix de la Photographie PX3, Loupe Awards , International Monochrome Awards, Mobile Photography Awards, International Colour Photography Awards, the B&W Charles Dodgson Award, New York Centre 4 Photographic Arts and the South Australia Living Artists Festival Awards.
Annette has been a finalist in many Australian and international portraiture prizes including Head On, Olive Cotton, the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize, Sydney Life: Art and About and the London Photographic Association Portraiture Prize. In 2006 she won the Wollongong Portraiture Prize.
She has had thirteen solo exhibitions at galleries around Australia and has had work shown in London, New York and at three International Biennials of Fine Art and Documentary Photography (Malaga, 2014; Berlin, 2016; Barcelona, 2019).
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