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Katrin Koenning

Katrin Koenning

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Profession: Documentary Photographer
Location: Melbourne , Australia
Home base: Melbourne, Australia
URL: http://www.katrinkoenning.com/
URL: http://www.obscuraphotos.com
Email: •••••••• (private)
Languages spoken: German, English, French, Spanish
Organization: Centre for Documentary Practice / The Australian Photojournalist Magazine, www.cdp.edu.au / Obscura Photos, www.obscuraphotos.com
Mobile phone: +61439430899
Last login: about 4 years ago
Member since: 07 Feb 2007 23:02


German-born Katrin Koenning is a documentary photographer living and working in Melbourne, Australia. Much of her work investigates and challenges the ordinary and everyday. Her images continue to be exhibited internationally, and have been showcased at festivals such as Reportage Australia, Voies Off Photo Festival in Arles, France, the City of Gijon International Photojournalism Festival in Gijon, Spain, amongst others. Her series of street portraits, Thirteen:Twenty Lacuna, will be featured at Format Festival Derby, UK in March 2011. Katrin has won awards such as the Troika Editions Format Exposure Prize, a Julia Margaret Cameron Award, the APA Award for Best Documentary Photography, the Godfrey Rivers Medal for Outstanding Photographic Achievement and others. In 2006-2008, she was the Picture Editor of the Australian PhotoJournalist Magazine, a non-profit publication dedicated to promote the finest of international visual storytelling. Koenning is the Editor of the APJ Silent Screams; Rights of the Child. She is involved with the Centre for Documentary Practice (CDP), which aims to facilitate an international dialogue between documentary practitioners. Katrin is a photographer for Amnesty International Australia, and is represented by Obscura Photos.www.obscuraphotos.com




Recent Post

Online Launch: Australian PhotoJournalist Magazine

Please join us for the online launch of the latest edition of the Australian PhotoJournalist, Silent Screams: Rights of the Child. From 12:00-14:00 GMT, contributing photographers Dana Popa (Not Natasha) and Alfredo Falvo (Child Soldiers) will present and discuss their work to launch the new edition.

Sydney: 23:00 – 01:00
London: 13:00 – 15:00
Bangkok: 19:00 – 21:00
New York: 08:00 -10:00


30 Mar 2011 08:03 | 1 replies


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