— Henry Trumble is an Australian artist and photographer.

Photography fills most of his waking moments. His process is his purpose – working with traditional and contemporary methods. Henry's lens captures how he sees and what he finds with an eye for the absurdity of daily life. It’s the way spaces and people interact that he finds most fascinating.

Henry works with the best marketing agencies, art galleries, architecture studios and designers. Collaboration is one of his driving forces and he’s inspired by the dynamic nature of photography to simultaneously capture reality and turn it on its head.

Henry completed a Photography Intensive at Columbia University in New York in 2013 and has since spent three years living and working in Berlin. He is currently working on projects in Melbourne, Australia. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Exhibitions

 

2018             (forthcoming) The Lunatic, Solo Exhibition,

BLINDSIDE Gallery,  Melbourne, Australia

 

2017              Impossible Plants, Solo Exhibition

Junior Space, Melbourne, Australia

 

2017              TURIST, Solo Exhibition,

No Vacancy Gallery,  Melbourne, Australia

 

2014              Typologien, Group Exhibition,

Jarvis Dooney Galerie, Berlin, Germany

 

2013             More than One, Group Exhibition,

LeRoy Neiman Gallery, New York, USA

 

2011             Kodak Salon (Prize Winner),

Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia

 

 

Press and Interviews

 

The Age Art Guide - listing for TURIST (Print only)

Concrete Playground: Arts and Entertainment review for Impossible Plants

Interview: Michael Dooney and Henry Trumble discuss Meridian/Parallel (transcript)