The Daily Telegraph has done a story on my exhibition Through a glass, darkly at gaffa gallery Sydney.
I am in a new exhibition Fragments Shored Against the Ruins, curated by Ashley Lumb and Chloe Halewood in Melbourne.
Coinciding with the launch of Bluethumb Photography, a curated online gallery for Australian fine art photographers, the show considers waste as an aesthetic phenomenon.
Dates: 1st -10th December (1 Dec: 6-9pm, 2, 3, 9, 10 Dec: 10-5pm, 4-8 Dec by appointment only) Opening reception: 1st December, 6-9pm
Artists: Aaron Bradbrook, Bindi Cole-Chocka, Emilio Cresciani, Merilyn Fairskye, Robin Friend, Mike Gray, Tim Handfield, Naomi White.
It was a great to be at the announcement of the Bowness Prize winner the other night. So many wonderful works and a good opportunity to meet some wonderful artists.
My new series THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY will be on display in a solo show at GAFFA Gallery, Clarence Street Sydney from 23 November - 4 December.
Through a glass, darkly uses an aspect of western Sydney car culture, recycling car yards, to highlight environmental issues - we all know that car emissions are one of the major causes of climate change and that waste is a global issue.
Remains of the Day will be on display at The Photography Room in Canberra from 6 Oct – 12 November 2017.
The gallery is located in the Old Bus Depot, Kingston Foreshore, Canberra
I’m a finalist in the 2017 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize. My image will be on display with the other finalists at the Monash Gallery of Art in Melbourne from 14 October 2017 to 26 November. Winner announced Thursday 19 October 2017.
More info: https://www.mga.org.au/bowness-prize
My Remains of the Day series will be on display at the Museo Italiano in Melbourne opening on 16 June 2017.
Museo Italiano 17 June 2017 – 20 September 2017
199 Faraday St, Carlton Victoria 3053
Monday closed; Tuesday–Friday 10am-5pm; Saturday 12 noon-5pm
I'm in a new group show at GAFFA in Sydney MAYBE THIS IS GOING NOWHERE.
The exhibition of ten artists' works explores preparation, materiality and visual processes. It investigates and self-criticises process-based practice and acts of waiting, expectation and planning.
EXHIBITION 27 APRIL - 8 MAY
Opening on Thursday 27 April @ 6pm.
The Canberra Times has done a great two page story on my latest exhibition - on pages 2 and 3! On show at Photoaccess Canberra until 23 April.
FACE2FACE will be on display at the Huw Davies Gallery, Photoaccess, in Canberra from 30 March-23 April 2017. Opening 30 March 6-8 pm.
The exhibition features my x-ray style portraits of people and their rubbish, commenting on our consumer lifestyle.
Catalogue online: http://www.photoaccess.org.au/files/Emilio%20Web.pdf
A review of the FACE2FACE exhibition in the Sydney Morning Herald - page 3 of Shortlist section.
I'm now represented by The Photography Room in Canberra. The gallery specialises in contemporary Australian and international photography and is located in the Old Bus Depot Markets in Kingston, open on Sundays. If you're in Canberra pop in as I have a few works on display and I will have a solo show hopefully next year. http://www.thephotographyroom.com.au/photographers/#/emilio-cresciani/
ART NOW REVISITED will open on Thursday 30th of June from 6-8pm at Kensington Contemporary Gallery on Kensington Street in the Chippendale Creative Precinct.
Ten artists including me have been selected from the Chippendale New World Art Prize. "Their work explores the relationship between art and technology thematically and through artistic practice, producing an exhibition that aesthetically and mentally stimulates."
My work is 'Discarded Faces: Julian", 2016.
My photographs of a new lighting scheme for the historic Garrison Church in Sydney by Hector Abrahams Architects appeared in an article in the latest issue of German lighting magazine 'Licht'.
My photographs of this new kitchen by Hector Abrahams Architects featured in Home Renovation magazine.
I recently shot the new lighting system at the Garrison Church at the Rocks for HAA.
This classic, 1850s harbour side villa by HAA involved adding new wings in a symmetrical composition.
Fourteen of my "Remains of the Day" works will be on display at Carlton Project Space in Carlton Street, Chippendale from 31 July - 22 August 2015.
I am a finalist in the Agendo Art Prize and winners will be announced on 5 August at St Helier's Gallery at the Abbotsford Convent in Melbourne.
The Prize is for emerging artists.