Life, Time & National Geograhic Photographer -Dr. Michael Coyne - opening Magnet Galleries Melbourne

September 10, 2015

Featuring award winning-  Life, Time, National Geographic Magazine photographer Dr. Michael Coyne will be opening and launching Magnet Galleries in the heart of Melbourne CBD!

Exhibition Title:

The weather are different a few miles away, Yi people, China

When :

13th of September - 3rd of October 

Venue:

Level 2, 640 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000

Opening night:

13th of September 4-6pm

RSVP here!

Who is Dr. Michael Coyne

Based in Australia, has worked on assignments and appeared in magazines such as: Newsweek, Life, Time, National Geographic Magazine, New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Smithsonian, German Geo, French Geo, Paris Match, Madame La Figaro, London Observe Magazine, London Independent Magazine, Travel Holiday, and Vogue.


He has had a number of successful books published of his work including: Numurkah lakes & Roses, Second Spring - The Regeneration of the Jesuits, The Oz Factor, A World of Australians, Contemporary Photographer:Australia - MICHAEL COYNE, The Jew called Jesus, Tour of Duty - East Timor, Lonely Planet - People Photography, How To be A Child and Armageddon.

Michael has worked on a number of the Day In The Life and similar projects. He has had a number of solo and combined exhibitions in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, China, South America and North America.

His numerous awards include: American National Press Photographers Association, Overseas Press Club of America, FCC Hong Kong Human Rights Certificate, Children's Book of the Year, The Religious Book of the Year. In April 2003 Michael was awarded the "Centenary Medal" by the Australian Government for Services to Photography. He was awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (by Publication) from Griffith University in October 2008. Dr. Michael Coyne was granted the title of, Adjunct Professor of Photography at RMIT University. In 2012 he accepted the position of Senior Fellow at PSC Melbourne. In 2011 he was awarded a Fellowship by the AIPP for services to Australian photography.




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