The Pack

© Tamara Dean

86 x 150cm (unframed)  $5,000

pure pigment print on archival cotton rag paper



Eli

© Tamara Dean

47 x 33cm (unframed)  $1,600

pure pigment print on archival cotton rag paper



Kath 2010

© Tamara Dean

83 x 65cm (unframed)  $3,000

acrhival inkjet print



Woman 2011

© Tamara Dean

38 x 58cm (unframed)  $3,000

prints on archival cotton rag paper



Untitled #4 2011

© Tamara Dean

38 x 58cm (unframed)  $3,000 (unframed)

prints on archival cotton rag paper



Untitled #2 2011

© Tamara Dean

38 x 58cm (unframed)  $3,000

prints on archival cotton rag paper



The Clearing 2011

© Tamara Dean

76 x 102cm (unframed)  $4,700

prints on archival cotton rag paper



Separation 2011

© Tamara Dean

38 x 58cm (unframed)  $3,000

prints on archival cotton rag paper



Only Human 2011

© Tamara Dean

67 x 100cm (unframed)  $4,400

prints on archival cotton rag paper



Ladies of the Canyon #2 2011

© Tamara Dean

76 x 102cm (unframed)   $4,700

prints on archibal cotton rag paper



Conjur 2011

© Tamara Dean

76 x 102cm (unframed)  $4,700

print on archival cotton rag paper



Alexandrena 2011

© Tamara Dean

67 x 100cm (unframed)  $4,400

prints on archival cotton rag paper

 

Tamara Dean

Tamara
Dean
(b. 1976, Sydney, Australia) is a photographic artist
based in Australia whose works explore the informal rites of passage
and rituals of young people set within the natural world.

Dean
studied Studio Art at the College of Fine Arts
before
completing her BA in Design at the University
of Western Sydney
, and is currently
engaged in her MFA at the
National Art
School
. Her solo shows include
Ritualism, Divine Rites, This too Shall
Pass
and Only
Human.

Dean
has received numerous awards including the Olive Cotton Award
and Sydney Life: Art & About.

Dean’s
works have been widely exhibited both nationally and internationally.
Her work has featured in the Fotofever Brussels Art Fair, 2012
and Pingyao Photography
Festival
, China, 2012 as
well as
at leading Australian galleries including Inheritance
2009 and Hijacked 2 – New Australian & German Photography
2010, both at the Australian Centre for Photography; Sydney Now –
New Australian Photojournalism
, Museum of Sydney 2007; Terra
Australis Incognita
at Monash Gallery of Art.

Dean
has been awarded artist residencies with ArtOmi, New York State
(2013), and previously Taronga Zoo, Montsalvat and repeatedly in the
remote gold-mining town of Hill End, NSW.

For
a decade Dean was a member of Oculi photographic collective and is a
photographer at the Sydney Morning Herald.

Dean’s
work is held in a number of public and private collections including
Artbank and is represented by Olsen Irwin Gallery Sydney.

 

Tamara  Dean

Portrait courtesy of Anna Kucera/ Fairfax Images

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