Trent Parke is an Australian photographer, member of the Magnum Photos agency since 2002 (« Full Member » since 2007).
He started his career as a photojournalist for Australian newspapers, and has since received many accolades and awards, including four World Press Photo awards.
In 2003, he made a 90,000-km trip across Australia with his wife photographer Narelle Autio from which resulted his most famous book "Minutes to Midnight" (Filigranes, 2005 puis Steidl, 2013) and also "The Black Rose" (Art Gallery of South Australia, 2015).
He had previously published "Dream / Life" (Hot Chili Press, 1999) and also published more recently "Crimson Line" (Stanley / Barker, 2020).
© Portrait (uncredited) from Magnum Photos
Presentation by Stanley / Barker: " A week before the global COVID-19 pandemic took hold in 2020 the Australian artist Trent Parke found himself on a whirlwind road trip across Northern India. The frenetic photographs in Parke's new book Cue the Sun were produced while travelling between Agra, Amritsar, Delhi, Dharamshala, Meerut and Mathura, from fast...
Presentation by Stanley / Barker: " Born in the Australian steel city of Newcastle, one of Trent Parke's only early childhood memories is accompanying his mother to pick his dad up from work, travelling through a landscape dominated by ship yards, chimneys, and the BHP steelworks. Throughout his career Parke has always been interested in the...