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meg hewitt - Sydney, NSW

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portfolio 1: Tokyo is yours

 
 

portfolio 2: New Orleans

Meg Hewitt was born in 1973 in Sydney, Australia and formally studied sculpture, painting and temporal media. She took up photography in 2010 and since then has been selected as a finalist in the Moran Prize for Contemporary Photography, the Head On Prize, the Lensculture Street Photography Awards and the Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women as well as being awarded a gold medal from the Tokyo International Foto Competition and a silver medal from the Prix de la Photographie, Paris. In 2017 she received fringe artist of the year at the Ballarat International Foto Bienanale and highly commended in the Australian Photobook of the Year awards

Prizes and Awards

  • 2018 Gold medal, Fine Art, Book Category Tokyo International Foto Awards

  • 2018 Commended finalist, Australian and New Zealand Photobook of the Year awards

  • 2017 Winner of Designscope award for best fringe exhibition at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale

  • 2017 Finalist, Head On Landscape Prize, Semi Finalist Head On Portrait Prize, Sydney Australia

  • 2016 Finalist in the Lensculture International Street Photography Awards

  • 2016 Silver Medal for 'Tokyo Is Yours', series for a book, PX3 Prix de la Photographie, Paris

  • 2015 Finalist in the Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women, Brightspace, Melbourne, Australia

  • 2011 Finalist in the Moran Contemporary Photographic prize, State Library of NSW, Sydney, Australia

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019 Tokyo is Yours at Anne Clergue Galerie, Arles, France, July 1 - September 1

  • 2018 Tokyo Is Yours at Kodoji, Shinjuku, Tokyo, April 2 - April 14

  • 2017 Tokyo Is Yours at Flinders Street Gallery, Sydney, Australia, November 16- December 9

  • 2017 Tokyo Is Yours at Ballarat International Foto Biennale Fringe, 19 August to 17 September

  • 2017 Tokyo Is Yours at Voies Off, Les Rencontres d'Arles, France, July 4 to July 9