Michael Corridore - Photography and Film
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Born in Melbourne, I currently live and work in Sydney. I began my career, as a photographer’s assistant after graduating from Photography Studies College in Melbourne with a Diploma of Photography. My practice is multi-disciplined which includes photography, motion, painting and more recently scoring music for motion based projects. I support my practice by taking on commissioned projects.

Over the past twenty years, works from my fine art practice have been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout Australia, Europe and the USA. My work is included in public collections including Art Gallery of New South Wales, Gold Coast Art Gallery, Queensland; Haggerty Museum of Art, USA, as well as private collections in Austria, Australia, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and the USA.

Career highlights include winning the “Aperture Foundation’s Portfolio Prize and exhibition of that work,”Angry Black Snake”, in their New York gallery, in 2010. Recently I won the PHOTOBOOK Melbourne Photo Award 2016. In 2014, work from my “Transient” series of abstract cityscapes were chosen for a special issue of TAR magazine that was curated by film director, David Lynch. My “RoadWorks” project was awarded “runner up” in Photo.Book.Now, New York, 2008. Various work’s that I have produced have been selected as finalists in the National Photographic Portrait Prize; Bowness Photography Prize; Olive Cotton Portrait Prize; Josephine Ulrik & Win Schubert Photography Award and Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize.

Industry awards include multiple Gold, Silver and Bronze Lions, Cannes International Advertising Festival. Gold, Silver, Bronze Awards, AWARD. Silver Nomination, D&AD. My work has been showcased numerous times in Luerzer’s ARCHIVE, TOP 200 photographer’s worldwide.

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