Jesse Marlow

Jesse Marlow, based in Melbourne, has his works featured in various public and private collections throughout Australia, including prestigious institutions such as the National Gallery of Victoria, Australian Parliament House Canberra, Monash Gallery of Art, City of Melbourne, and State Library of Victoria.

In 2003, he introduced his inaugural book of photography, “Centre Bounce: Football from Australia’s Heart” (Hardie Grant Books). The images from “Centre Bounce” have received widespread exhibition and publication, both domestically and internationally. Following this, in 2005, Marlow published a collection of street photographs titled “Wounded” (Sling Shot Press).

His talents were recognized in 2006 when he was chosen to participate in the World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass held in Amsterdam. Additionally, he was featured in the 2010 publication “Street Photography Now” (Thames & Hudson), among 45 street photographers worldwide. Notably, he received the International Street Photographer of the Year Award in 2011 and clinched the Bowness Prize at the Monash Gallery of Art in 2012.

Marlow unveiled his third monograph, “Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them,” in 2014. Simultaneously, he was profiled in the book “The World Atlas of Street Photography” by Thames & Hudson. Marlow maintains membership in two esteemed photography collectives: UP Photographers and Institute Artists.

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