Awards/Fellowships/Grants

 

2016   Winner Pictures of the Year International (POYi) Best Photography Book for Generation AK: The Afghanistan

          Wars, 1993 - 2012, (Steidl, 2015).

          Honorable Mention, Bowness Photography Prize for San Lazaro, Cuba.

 

2015  Winner OPC's Olivier Rebbot Award for Generation AK: The Afghanistan

          Wars, 1993 - 2012, (Steidl, 2015).

          Winner Australian Photobook of the Year Award for Generation AK: The Afghanistan

          Wars, 1993 - 2012, (Steidl, 2015)

 

2014   Winner Best Illustrated Book for Piksa Niugini: Portraits & Diaries at 57th New England Book Show

 

2011   Winner Head On Portrait Prize Why Am I A Marine?

 

2010   Awarded Robert Gardner Fellowship in Photography at Harvard's Peabody Museum

 

2009   Winner Olive Cotton Director’s Choice Award The Bad Seeds            

            Winner LOGIE Award for Most Outstanding Public Affairs Report Afghanistan – A Survivor’s Tale

 

 2008   Winner Australian Walkley Award for News Photography Suicide Bombing Afghanistan

             Winner United Nations Media Peace Award - Best Photojournalism Suicide Bombing Afghanistan

             Bronze World Medal The NY Festivals TPPA Best Nat/Int Current Affairs Afghanistan – A Survivor’s Tale

 

2007    Recipient W. Eugene Smith Grant for Humanistic Photography Afghanistan, or the Perils of Freedom

            Winner Australian Nikon - Walkley Portrait Prize Axe Me Biggie

            Winner Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award Axe Me Biggie Series

            Winner Head On Portrait Prize Axe Me Biggie

            Winner Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize Highway 1

 

2006   Winner Australian Walkley Award Best Television Reporting Brothers of Kabul

           Commendation Australian Walkley Award International Journalism Psych War in Afghanistan

           Finalist Rory Peck Awards Features Brothers of Kabul

           Finalist Rory Peck Sony Impact Award Psych War in Afghanistan

           Winner Festival International du Scoop Prix de l’Actualite Psych Ops in Afghanistan

           Commendation Australian Walkley Photo Essay Award Taliban Burnings

           Winner Australian UN Media Peace Award Best Photojournalism Taliban Burnings

           Bayeux Award (Runner Up) – Calvados War Correspondent’s Photography US Forces in Afghanistan

 

2005   Citation Robert Capa Gold Medal US 173rd Airborne Afghanistan

           Winner Pictures of the Year International (POYi) Spot News Award Taliban Burnings

           Honourable Mention National Press Photographer's Association (NPPA) The Best of

           Photojournalism Award International News US Forces in Afghanistan

           Winner Head On Portrait Prize Papua New Guinea Raskol

 

2004   Winner Sportel Monaco Best Illustrated Sports Book Prize LUTTE

           POYi Portrait Prize (Runner Up) PNG Raskols

           Bronze China Press Photo Portrait Prize Papua New Guinea Raskols

           Winner Sasakawa Sport’s Foundation Special Prize Sumo

 

2001   Third Place POYi International Sport’s Prize  Cuban Boxer

           Third Place POYi USA Magazine Photographer of the Year Award

 

2000   Award of Excellence POYi Sport’s Feature Sumo Wrestlers

           Second Place POYi Sport’s Stories Award Life of Australian boxer Anthony Mundine

           Third Place POYi Feature Stories Award Life in Tibet

           Award of Excellence Communication Arts Annual East Timor

 

1999   Third Place POYi Sport’s Stories Award Horse Racing in Australia

           Award of Excellence POYI Best Photographic Book STEAM – India’s Last Steam Trains

 

1998   Winner Sasakawa Sport’s Foundation Best Culture Photograph Award Gambia’s Wrestlers

           Winner POYi Sport’s Stories Award Australian Aborigines in Sport

           Winner POYi Feature Stories Award Afghan leader Ahmed Shah Massoud

           Third Place World Press Photo (WPP) Sport’s Stories Award Gambia’s Wrestlers

           Second Place POYi Sport’s Action Award Aboriginal Rodeo

           Second Place POYi Sport’s Stories Award Women’s Soccer in China

           Third Place POYi Issue Reporting Award Baku Oil Fields

 

1997   Winner POYi Sports Award Gambia’s Wrestlers  

           Third Place POYi USA Magazine Photographer of the Year 

           Second Place WPP General News Award Tree Protestor England

 

1996   Winner La Revista Magazine International Photography Award India’s Wrestlers

           Special Jury Prize POYi Canon Photo Essay Award India’s Last Steam Trains

           Second Place WPP Sport’s Stories Award Turkish Wrestlers

           Second Place WPP Daily Life Award India’s Last Steam Trains

           Second Place Observer Hodge Award Africa’s Refugees

           Honorable Mention POYi Issue Reporting Award Tree Protestor England

 

1995   Winner WPP Sport’s Stories Award India’s Wrestlers

           Honorable Mention David Hodge Memorial Prize India’s Last Steam Trains

 

1994    Winner Children’s Jury WPP Individual Award Philippines

 

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

 

2017   Stephen Dupont: Piksa Niugini Portraits & Diaries, The Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Australia.

 

2016   The White Sheet Series, Stills Gallery, Sydney. Curators: Bronwyn Rennex and Josephine Skinner.

 

2015   Stephen Dupont: Piksa Niugini Portraits & Diaries, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Australia. 

 

2014    The White Sheet Series No.1, Black Eye Gallery, Sydney

           The White Sheet Series No.1, Edmund Pearce Gallery, Sydney

           Piksa Niugini Portraits, Museo Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Havana, Cuba. Curator: Antonio Quevedo

           Afghanistan: The Perils of Freedom 1993 - 2009, ADFA Library, UNSW, Canberra

 

2013    Stephen Dupont: Piksa Niugini Portraits & Diaries, The Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology 

           at Harvard University, USA. Curator: Ilisa Barbash

           About Portraits and Panoramics - Papua New Guinea - The Infinitely Small and the Infinitely Big, Dali International  

           Photography Festival, China. Curator: Robert Pledge

           Raskols, Bu Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey. Curator: Jason Eskenazi

           Afghanistan: The Perils of Freedom 1993 - 2009, Perc Tucker Gallery, Townesville, Australia.

 

2012    Weapons Platoon: A Marine's Life in Afghanistan, National Museum of the Marine Corp, Qantico,

            VA, USA. Curators: Marshall Weber & Felice Tebbe

            The Rituals of Death: The cremation ghats of Kathmandu, The Muse Gallery, Sydney, Australia

            Raskols, Photoville, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, USA. Curator: Sam Barzilay

            Raskols, Bursa Photo Fest, Istanbul, Turkey. Curator: Jason Eskenazi

            Raskols, DUMBO Arts Festival, New York, USA. Curator: Sam Barzilay

            Raskols, Athens Photo Festival, Greece. Curator: Sam Barzilay

 

2011    Afghanistan: The Perils of Freedom 1993 - 2009, Huaian International Museum of Photography,          

           China. Curator: Zhimin Shi

           Afghanistan: The Perils of Freedom 1993 - 2009, Albury Art Gallery, Australia. Curator: Jules Boag

 

2010    Afghanistan: The Perils of Freedom 1993-2009, The Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney,

            Australia. Curators: Stephen Dupont & Tony Nolan

            Generation AK: Afghanistan and The Perils of Freedom 1993-2009, Visa Pour L'Image

            Festival, Perpignan, France. Curator: Jean-Francois Leroy

            Raskols & Sing-Sing, Jack Bell Gallery, London, UK. Curator: Jack Bell

            Sing-Sing, Loft Gallery Gallery, Bowral, Australia.

            The Naked Truth, Wynyard Park, Sydney, Australia

 

2009    Axe Me Biggie, Brisbane Powerhouse, Australia. Curator: Jody Haines

            In Residence Polaroid Monograph, Private Residence, Sydney, Australia.

 

 2008    Afghanistan, or The Perils of Freedom, The New York Public Library Stokes Gallery, New York, USA.  

            Curator: Stephen Pinson

            Axe Me Biggie, Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, Fremantle, Australia.

 

2007    Panorama, Byron McMahon Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Curator: Sandra Byron

            Fight, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, Australia. Curator: Jane Scott

 

2006    Raskols (Another Asia), Noorderlicht Festival, Leeuwarden, Holland. Curator: Wim Melis

            Raskols, Ping Yao International Photography Festival, China. Curator: Robert Pledge

 

2005    Panorama, Lianzhou International Photography Festival, China. Curator: Alain Julian

            Raskols, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia. Curator: Alasdair Foster

 

2004    Wrestlers, Moores Building of Contemporary Art, Fremantle, Australia.

 

2003    Kumbh Mela India, Point Light Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Curator: Gordan Undy

 

1997    Steam – India’s Last Steam Trains, Tom Blau Gallery, London, UK.

 

1995    Steam – India’s Last Steam Trains. Visa Pour L’Image Festival, Perpignan, France.  

            Curator: Jean-Francois Leroy

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

 

2017  Aftermath: The Fallout of War – America and the Middle East, The Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL, USA.

2016    Aftermath: The Fallout of War – America and the Middle East, Harn Museum of

            Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA.

            San Lazaro, William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, Australia.

 

2015    Public Eye: 175 Years of Sharing Photography, The New York Public Library, NYC, USA.       

            Curator: Stephen C. Pinson

            Bookmarked, Stills Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Curator: Bronwyn Rennex

 

2014   Public Eye: 175 Years of Sharing Photography, The New York Public Library, NYC, USA.

           Curator: Stephen C. Pinson

           Percival Photographic Portrait Prize, Perc Tucker Gallery, Townsville, Australia

 

2013   National Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia

          WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Photographs of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath, The Annenberg Space for

          Photography, Los Angeles,  USA. Curator: Anne Tucker

          WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Photographs of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath, Corcoran Gallery of Art, USA.

          Curator: Anne Tucker

          WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Photographs of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath, Brooklyn Museum, New York,

          USA. Curator: Anne Tucker

          Through the Eyes of Texas: Masterworks from the Alumni Collections, The Blanton Museum of Art,

          The University of texas at Austin, USA. Curator: Annette DiMeo Carlozzi

          PEACE: ° South Collective, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, Australia

 

2012   DIAMOND LEAVES: Artist Books from around the World, Central Academy of Finae Arts Museum,

          Beijing, China. Curators: Marshall Weber & Xu Bing

          Postcards from the Rim: Raskols, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, Australia. Curator: Jane Cush

          The Blue Boy, William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Gallery of Art,

          Melbourne, Australia. Curators: Stephen Zagala and Shaune Lakin

          WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Photographs of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath, The Museum of Fine 

          Arts, Houston, USA. Curator: Anne Tucker

          Kitsch & Cliche, NG Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Curator: Sandra Edwards

          Contact/s - 1961-2001: From the Berlin Wall to the Twin Towers, Nordic Light International Festival of

          Photography, Kristiansund, Norway. Curator: Robert Pledge

          PEACE: ° South Collective, Tanks Art Centre, Cairns, Asutralia

 

2011   Artists Books: Books by Artists ( Axe Me Biggie ), Boston Athenaeum, USA.

          A Tale of Two Slums ( METROPOLIS ), Noorderlicht Festival, Groningen, Holland. Curator: Wim Melis

          Why Am I A Marine? Head On Portrait Prize, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia. 

          Curator: Moshe Rosenzveig

          Boy of War, Olive Cotton Portrait Prize, Tweed River Gallery, Australia.

          Why Am I A Marine? CCP Documentary Photography Award, Contemporary Centre for Photography,

          Melbourne, Australia. Curator: Naomi Cass

          WAR – ° South Collective, Tanks Art Centre, Cairns, Australia.

 

2010   WARZONE: the battlefield of peacekeeping, as part of Noorderlicht International Photofestival,      

           Leeuwarden, Holland. Curators: Sjors Swierstra, Ton Broekhuis, Wim Melis.

           RECOLLECTION: 30 Years of Photography at the New York Public Library. NYPL, New York, USA

           Curator: Stephen Pinson

           Weapons Platoon, Polka Galerie, Paris. Curator: Dimitri Beck

           REPORTAGE - a retrospective 1999 - 2009, National Art School, Sydney, Australia.

           Curators: Stephen Dupont, Jack Picone, David Dare Parker, Michael Amendolia, Jacqui Vicario

           WAR – ° South Collective, Brisbane Powerhouse, Australia. Curator: Jody Haines

           Cody: A US Marine Portrait, William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Gallery of Art,

           Melbourne, Australia. Curators:  Stephen Zagala and Shaune Lakin

           Documentary Photographers in the New Century Shanghai Exhibition Centre, China.

           Curators: Christopher Phillips & Shi Zhimin

 

2009   WAR ° South Collective, ACP, Sydney, Australia. Curators: Stephen Dupont and Malcom Smith

           Windows on Western Journalistic and Documentary Traditions and Styles in Photography,

           Photo-editing and Curating, Lianzhou International Photography Festival, China.

           Curator: Robert Pledge

           The Bad Seeds, William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Gallery of Art,

           Melbourne, Australia. Curators:  Stephen Zagala and Shaune Lakin

           Wrestlers (The Pursuit of Happiness), Noorderlicht Festival, Groningen, Holland. Curator: Wim Melis

 

2008   Contact/s: The Art of Photojournalism, Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, FotoFreo

            International Photography Festival, Fremantle, Australia . Curator: Robert Pledge

 

2007   Axe Me Biggie & War in Afghanistan, Leica/CCP Award, CCP, Melbourne, Australia. Curator: Naomi Cass

           Axe Me Biggie, Head On Portrait Prize, ACP, Sydney, Australia. Curator: Moshe Rosenzveig

           Highway 1, Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize, State Library of NSW, Sydney, Australia.

           Contact/s: The Art of Photojournalism, Australian Centre for Photogarphy, Sydney.

           Curator: Robert Pledge

 

2006   Focus: Photography and War 1945 – 2006. The Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australia.

           Curators: Patricia Sabine and Shaune Lakin

           Panoramas: Landscapes of Conflict, EastLink Gallery, Shanghai, China.

           Chroniques Australiennes, Galerie Montpellier, France. Curator: Roland Laboye

           Contact/s: The Art of Photojournalism (Contact sheets from the Collection of Contact Press Images),

           Pingyao International Photography Festival, China. Curator: Robert Pledge 

           Contact/s 30: The Art of Photojournalism, Chobi Mela Photography Festival, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

           Curator: Robert Pledge

 

2005   Tsunami (Traces & Omens), Noorderlicht Festival, Groningen, Holland. Curator: Wim Melis

           Witness to War – The Australian War Memorial Collection:Official Art & Photography,

            S. H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Curators: Claire Baddeley and Katherine McMahon

 

2004   Wrestlers (Sasakawa Foundation), Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan.

           Wrestlers (Amsterdam Photo 2004), Canvas International Art, Amsterdam. Curator:  Froukje Holtrop

           Keep the Light on Human Rights Part II (Photographs from the Collection of Contact Press Images)

           Itami City Museum of Art, Japan. Curator: Robert Pledge

 

2003   Afghanistan (Representing the Real Documentary Photography), Stills Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

           Curator: Sandy Edwards

           Positive Negative: HIV/Aids in the Asia-Pacific region, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia.

           Curators: Ausaid

 

2002   Afghan Women Behind the Veil, French Cultural Centre, New York, USA.

           Afghanistan (Witness – Australian Photojournalism), ACP, Sydney, Australia.

 

1998   Keep the Light on Human Rights (Photographs from the Collection of Contact Press Images), 

           Fujita Vente Museum, Tokyo, Japan. Curator: Robert Pledge

 

1995   Steam – India’s Last Steam Trains (David Hodge Memorial Prize). The Photographer’s Gallery, London,

           UK.

 

1994    Generation X (WPP Masterclass), Rotterdam Photo Institute, Holland. Curator: Christian Cajole

 

Selected Multi-Media & Film Screenings

2017    Afghanistan Photographs, Unwavering Vision #1: 3160 Images of Social Change from the ICP Collections, International

           Center of Photography, NYC, USA.

           Don't Look Away, Cinemona, Museum of Old & New Art (MONA), Hobart, Australia.

2013   The Afghanistan Wars, 1993 - 2009, The Annenberg Space for

           Photography, Los Angeles,  USA.

           2012   The Rituals of Death, Bursa Photo Fest, Istanbul, Turkey.

2011    Generation AK, Delhi Photo Festival, India

           Generation AK, The W. Eugene Smith Grant Ceremony, New York City, USA

           Generation AK, Auckland International Photography Festival, New Zealand

           Generation AK, Head On Festival, Sydney, Australia

2010   Generation AK, REPORTAGE Festival, Sydney, Australia

           Generation AK, Semi-Permanent International Design Conference, Brisbane, Australia

           Generation AK, Visa Pour L'Image Festival, Perpignan, France

2009   Papua New Guinea, Visa Pour L'Image Festival, Perpignan, France

2008   Axe Me Biggie & Stoned In Kabul, The New York Public Library, USA

 

Bibliography

Henry Zwartz, review, "Don't Look Away", Sydney Morning Herald, March 15, 2017

Steve Dow, exhibition review, "White Sheet Series", Art Guide Australia, November 8, 2016

Miss Rosen, "Secret Histories: Stephen Dupont Goes Inside Generation AK", Book Review, August 25, 2016.

The Australian, "Hanging Beauty: Stephen Dupont's White Sheet Series", Exhibition Review, December 10, 2016

Ella Rubeli, "Photojournalist Stephen Dupont captures modern day Papua New Guinea", Exhibition Review, July 8, 2015

Karen Jenkins, book review, "Stephen Dupont Piksa Niugini Portraits and Diaries", Photo-Eye, February 3, 2014

Sara Rosen, book review, "Stephen Dupont Piksa Niugini Portraits and Diaries", The Eye of Photography, April 01, 2014

Mark Feeney, Photography review, “A distant island seen without the distance”, Boston Sunday Globe, May 12, 2013

Chris Bergeron, Photography review, “Meet the inadvertent ethnologist”, Metro West Daily News, May 19, 2013

Carmel Melouney, Profile, interview, “Artist frames faces of transition”, The Australian Newspaper, May 13, 2013

Dominic Rolfe, Profile, interview, “ Stephen Dupont”, The Sydney Magazine, May 2013

Phil Bicker, Raskols: Stephen Dupont's Portraits of Papua New Guinea Gangsters, Book Review, TIME, October 22, 2012.

Stephen Heyman, "Raskols" book review, "Tender Hooligans", New York Times - T Magazine, March 4, 2012.

Michelle Bogre, Stephen Dupont interview, "Photography As Activism", Focal Press, 2011, p. 116 - 123.

Michelle Bogre, Stephen Dupont interview, "Photography As Activism", MasteringPhoto.com, 2010.

Elizabeth Fortescue, Stephen Dupont Interview and Exhibition Review, Art Writer, October 11, 2010.

Jodie Duffy, "Images of War: Stephen Dupont's life on the front line," Artist interview, Illawarra Mercury Weekender Magazine, July 9-10, 2011. 

Scott Bevan, "Afghanistan: The Perils of Freedom 1993 -2009," Exhibition Preview and artist profile, ABC News 24 program The World, October 22, 2010.

Vince Aletti, “Afghanistan, or The Perils of Freedom,” Exhibition Review, The New Yorker, January 5, 2009, p. 20.

Fenella Kernebone, Profile, ABC Television Australia, Sunday Arts Ep. 13, May 24, 2009.

Jonathan Holmes, “Embedding in Afghanistan,” Analysis, ABC Television Australia, Media Watch, October 5, 2009.

Mark Bannerman, “Stephen Dupont embedded in Afghanistan,” Interview, ABC Radio National Australia, Saturday Extra, October 17, 2009.

Jiang Rong, “I create the luck: Stephen Dupont,” The Power of Photography – A Collection of Interviews with Famous People in Contemporary World Photography, China Federation of Literary and Art Circles Publishing House, p. 158 – 171.

Di Bain, “Kodak dumps the coloured film which made it famous,” Interview, ABC Radio Australia, PM, June 23, 2009. 

Jacques Menasche, “The Art of War,” Profile, Mens Style Magazine, Australia, Winter 2008, Issue # 27, p. 114 – 119.

Brooke Salisbury, “Stephen Dupont,” Interview, Time Out Sydney, October 8 – 21, Issue 47, p. 22 – 23.

Mark Corcoran, “Afghanistan – A Survivor’s Tale,” Interview, ABC Television Australia, Foreign Correspondent, May 27, 2008.

Ross Bray, “Curating the Reportage Festival,” Interview, ABC Television Australia, Newshour, October 2008.

Robbie Buck, “Afghanistan, surviving a suicide bombing,” Interview, ABC Radio Australia, JJJ Morning Show, October 7, 2008.

Helen Vatsikopoulos, “Panorama photography exhibition,” Profile, ABC Television Australia, Asia Pacific Focus, July 2007.

Nick Farrow, “Panorama photography exhibition,” Profile, CH 9 Television Australia, Sunday Program, July 25, 2007.

Antony Funnell, “° South photographic exhibition,” Interview, ABC Radio National Australia, The Media Report, October 26, 2006.

Linda Sills, “Rory Peck Award Finalists: Brothers of Kabul,” Interview/Analysis, BBC Television News, Firing Line, November 2006.

Elissa Blake, “In My Own Words: Stephen Dupont,” Interview, Sunday Magazine, The Sunday Telegraph, January 15, 2006, p. 22.

Karen Berkman, “° South photographic exhibition,” Interview, ABC Television Australia, Stateline, October 26, 2006.

Michael Fitzgerald, “PNG photographic exhibition,” Review, Time Magazine Australia, April 11, 2005, p. 56 – 59.

Li Xiaoyan, “Stephen Dupont – A Day in the Life,” Profile, Photo World, Shanxi Radio & Television China, July 20, 2005.

Isabelle Genoux, “Raskols of PNG,” Interview, ABC Radio Australia, In The Loop, may 17, 2005.

George Negas, “Psych War in Afghanistan,” Interview, SBS Television Australia, Dateline, Ep. 34, October 19, 2005.

Amanda Smith, “ Afghan Photography: Stephen Dupont,” Interview, ABC Radio National Australia, The Deep End, February 5, 2004

Ian Affleck, “Official Photographer for Solomon Islands Australian Military Forces deployment,” Interview Official for Archives, The Australian War Memorial, May 2003.

Robyn Johnston, “Witness – Australian Photojournalism Exhibition,” Interview, ABC Radio Australia, Coast to Coast, April 14, 2002

 

Selected Collections

 *            Aethenaeum Music and Arts Library, La Jolla, CA

*            Australian War Memorial, Canberra

*            Amnesty International, London

*            ADFA Library, UNSW, Canberra

*            Boston Aethenaeum, MA

*            Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich

*            Cornell University, NY

*            Chapman University, CA

*            Dartmouth College, Hood Museum, NH

*            Fogg Art Museum, Harvard, MA

*            Florida Atlantic University, The Jaffe, FL

*            Greenpeace, Sydney

*            Huaian International Museum of Photography, China

*            Harvard University, MA

*            The International Center of Photography (ICP), New York

*            Joy of Giving Something Inc. New York

*            Jack Ginsberg

*            Kansas City Art Institute, KS

*            Lianzhou Photography Museum, China

*            Lafayette College, PA

*            Minneapolis Institute of Art

*            Mata and Aurthur Jaffe Colllection of Books as Aesthetic Objects, Boca Raton, FL

*            Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne

*            Manfred Heiting

*            National Library of Victoria

*            National Gallery of Victoria

*            National Gallery of Australia

*            National Library of Australia

*            New York University

*            Peabody Museum, Harvard, MA

*            Rotterdam Photo Institute, Holland

*            Ringling College of Art and Design

*            State Library of New South Wales

*            Stanford University, CA

*            Sasakawa Sport’s Foundation, Tokyo

*            Staatlicht Museen zu Berlin Kunstbibliothek

*            Sacramento Public Library, CA

*            The New York Public Library

*            The British Library

*            The Library of Congress, Washington DC

*            The University of Chicago Library, IL

*            Tate Library and Archive, Tate Britain

*            Trinity College

*            Temple University, PA

*            University of California at Irvine Libraries, CA

*            University of California at Santa Barbara, CA

*            University of Central Florida, FL

*            University of Delaware Library, Newark, DE

*            University of Kansas, KS

*            University of Minnesota, MN

*            University of Miami, FL

*            University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

*            University of Connecticut, Dodd Research Centre, Storrs, CT

*            University of Washington, WA

*            University of Wisconsin, Kohler Art Gallery

*            Wesleyan University, CT

*            Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg, South Africa

*            Yale University Art Gallery, CT

*            Yale University, Robert B. Haas Family Arts, CT

 

Books

2015            *Generation AK: The Afghanistan Wars, 1993 - 2012, Steidl, Germany.

2013            *Piksa Niugini: Stephen Dupont’s Portraits & Diaries, Peabody Press and Radius Books, 

                     USA

2012            *RASKOLS: The Gangs of Papua New Guinea, powerHouse, NY, USA.

                    Australian War Memorial: Treasures from a Century of Collecting, Australian War

                    Memorial & Murdoch Books.

                    Art in Oceania: A New History, Thames & Hudson, UK.

2011            Photographic Memory: The Album in the Age of Photography, Aperture & the Library of Congress,

                    USA.

                    Photography As Activism: Images for Social Change, Focal Press, USA.

2009           WAR ° SOUTH Collection, T & G Publishing, Australia. 

2009            This Day of Change, Kodansha Co. Ltd Publishing, Japan.

2008            *AFGHANISTAN, or The Perils of Freedom, New York Public Library Publishing, USA.

2006            CONTACT – Photographs from the Australian War Memorial Collection, The AWM Publishing,

                     Australia.

2003            *LUTTE, Marval Publishing, France.

                    *FIGHT, Edition Braus, Germany.

1999            *STEAM – India’s Last Steam Trains, Dewi Lewis Publishing, UK.

 

Exhibition Catalogues

"Aftermath: The Fallout of War-America and the Middle East", Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, 2016, p 130-139, 171.

"The Deepak Puri Collection: Legacy of Photojournalism", Tasveer Arts, India, 2015, p 30-31

"Ballarat International Foto Biennale", 2015, p 12-13.

"The White Sheet Series No. 1", Limited edition book of 50, self-published, 2014, A Bordertown Book.

“WAR / PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath”, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Published by Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and Yale University Press, 2012, p 345, 360,  528, 544.

“Through The Eyes of Texas: Masterworks from the Alumni Collectors, Blanton Museum of Art, Published by the Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, 2013, p 106.

"WARZONE: the battlefield of peacekeeping", Stichting Fotografie Noorderlicht 2010, Published by Aurora Borealis Foundation under the auspices of Noorderlicht, p 1, 4-5, 64, 159, 166-167.

“Reportage: a retrospective 1999 - 2009,” Reportage Festival 2010, Published by Momento Pro, p 59, 93, 151, 155. 

“The Pursuit of Happiness: Wrestlers,” Stichting Fotografie Noorderlicht 2009, Published by Aurora Borealis Foundation under the auspices of Noorderlicht, p 19. 

“Another Asia: Raskols,” Stichting Fotografie Noorderlicht 2006, Published by Aurora Borealis Foundation under the auspices of Noorderlicht, p 201-204.

“Traces & Omens: Tsunami,” Stichting Fotografie Noorderlicht 2005, Published by Noorderlicht, Groningen, Holland, p 105-109.

“Witness to War: Official Art and Photography 1999-2003,” An Australian War Memorial Travelling Exhibition 2005, Published by the Australian War Memorial, p 17, 21, 26, 27.

“Keep the Light on Human Rights Part II,” Itami City Museum of Art, Japan 2004, Published by G.I.P Tokyo, p 14, 26, 32.

“Keep the Light on Human Rights,” Fujita Vente Museum, Tokyo, 1998, Published by G.I.P Tokyo, p 12-13.

 

Selected Publications

*            Aperture Magazine 

*            Anthropological Quarterly

*            French and German GEO

*            GQ

*            Liberation, France

*            Le Monde

*            Le Figaro Magazine

*            Mens Journal

*            Mother Jones

*            Matador

*            Newsweek

*            Outside Magazine

*            Private Magazine

*            Polka Magazine

*            Paris Match

*            Rolling Stone

*            Stern

*            The New Yorker

*            Time

*            The New York Times Magazine

 *           The Sunday Times Magazine, UK

*            The Independent Magazine, UK

*            The Independent on Sunday Magazine, UK

*            The Guardian, UK

*            The Observer, UK

*            The Telegraph Magazine, UK

*            Vanity Fair

 

Filmography

2016            Family Matters (ABC Australia, Foreign Correspondent) Director, Producer, Camera

                    Tales By Light Season 2, EP 3 (National Geographic Channel, Netflix), Presenter

2009           Raskols (Canal + France, L’Efette Papillon) Producer, Camera

2008            Afghanistan – A Survivor’s Tale (ABC Australia, Foreign Correspondent, AVRO Holland)

                    Director, Producer, Camera

2006            Brothers of Kabul (ABC Australia, Foreign Correspondent, CNN Unreported World,

                     AL-JAZEERA International, ALHURRA) Director, Producer, Camera

2006            First Contact (BBC4, UK) Camera

2005            Taliban Burning (BBC1 UK, SFDRS Germany, TV2 France, TVE Spain, AVRO Holland,

                     VRT Belgium, IBA Israel, YLE Finland, PRESSTV Iran) Director, Producer, Camera

2005            Psych War In Afghanistan (SBS Australia, Dateline) Camera

2004            Iraq – Recruiting for Resistance (SBS Australia, Dateline) Camera

2003            Policing Papua New Guinea (SBS Australia, Dateline) Camera

2001            War On Terror, Afghanistan (BBC World Service TV) Producer, Camera

 

Theatre Performances

Don't Look Away

- Mofo at MONA, Hobart, Australia, January 21-22, 2017 (World Premiere)

- Eternity Playhouse Theatre, Sydney, March 15, 2017 (Official Media Launch)

 

Visiting Artist Lectures & Masterclasses

2017   From Raskols to We Cut Heads: Stephen Dupont's Artist Books, National Library of Australia.

2016   Harn Museum of Art & University of Florida, keynotes and lectures, Gainesville, USA.

2015   Making Artist Books in the 21st Century Workshop with Marshall Weber, CCP, Melbourne, Australia.

2014   CCP Masterclass, Melbourne

           AIPP The Nikon Event, Gold Coast, keynote presentation.

           ADFA Library, UNSW, Special guest lecture, Canberra, Australia.

2013    Nachtwey/Dupont Workshop, Sydney, Australia.

           Carpenter Center, Harvard University, Guest Lecture, USA

           State Library of NSW, Australia

2012   David Alan Harvey Workshop, Sydney, Australia.

          The University of Western Australia, Berndt Museum, Special Guest Lecture, Perth, Australia

2011   agIDEAS Design Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

          Auckland International Photography Festival, New Zealand.

          Reframe Newcastle Project & Masterclass, Australia

          AIPA Image Nation 2011 Photography Conference Masterclass and Lecture, Auckland, New Zealand

          La Trobe University Photography Workshop, Bendigo, Australia

2010   Semi-Permanent, Brisbane, Australia.

2009   Reflexions Masterclass, Venice, Italy.

           Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, Asutralia.

           Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia.

2008   James Nachtwey & David Alan Harvey Workshop, Bangkok, Thailand.

           Reportage Festival, Sydney, Australia.

           Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia.

           Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia.

2007   State Library of NSW, Sydney, Australia.

           Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.

2006   Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia.

           Ping Yao International Photography Festival, China.

2005   The Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australia.

2004    McDonald College of Performing Arts, Sydney, Australia.

1998    London College of Printing, London, UK.

 

Conferences/Symposiums

2015    Photo Book Melbourne Fair, Photo Book Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.

            Cultivator, Mildura, VIC, Australia. 

2014    Dodd Center, University of Connecticut, USA presents A Week in the Humanities. 

2012    Head On Festival seminar, The personal works of Stephen Dupont, Sydney, Australia May 6, 2012.

2011     Bendigo Gallery of Art & La Trobe University hosts American Dreams: Photography Symposium,

            Bendigo, Australia, May 20, 2001.

            Head On Festival presents From Gutenberg to Ipad: The Future of Photojournalism and How to

            Survivein a Changing Industry, National Art School, Sydney, AustraliaMay 14, 2011.

            Sydney Writer's Festival & Head On Festival presents No Typos: Telling the Story in Images, Sydney

            Theatre Company, Sydney, Australia, May 22, 2011.

            PMA Australia, Sydney Canon EOS World Stand Talk ( Seconds With ), June 26, 2011.

2010    PMA Australia, Melbourne Photojournalism lectures alongside Tim Page. Sponsored by Fujifilm.

2009    ICRC, ABC Television and the University of Technology hosts Reporting Wars: Challenges &  

            Responsibilities Conference (Panel: Media Under Fire), Sydney, Australia, May 18, 2009.

            PMA Australia, Sydney Lecture on Photography in the Digital Age, sponsored by Apple.

2008    Sydney Festival presents Eat Drink Talk Art (Making Art out of War)

            Panel: Fergus Linehan, Festival Director and John Tiffany and Neil

            Murray from National Theatre of Scotland, January 16, 2009.

 

Selected Fairs

2017    La Quatrieme Image Festival, Paris

2016    Arles Festival, France 

            Los Angeles Art Book Fair (LAABF 2016)

            Editions / Artists Book Fair (EABF 2016)

2015    Photo Book Fair, Melbourne 

2014    57th New England Book Show

2013    Editions / Artists Book Fair

            LA Art Book Fair

 2012    Editions / Artists Book Fair

            New York Art Book Fair

 

Artist-In-Residence

2009   The Sydney Festival, Australia

1994    World Press Photo Masterclass, Rotterdam, Holland

 

Selected Magazines, Books, Exhibitions & Festivals Curated & Edited

2014    REPORTAGE Festival, Director for Don McCullin Retrospective, State Library of NSW,  Sydney

2013    REPORTAGE Festival of Photography (With VIVID), DirectorSydney

2012    DECADE & DECADENT, Retrospective books of Rennie Ellis, Melbourne

2011    TAKE Magazine ( Inaugural Issue #01 ), Sydney

2010    REPORTAGE – a retrospective 1999 - 2009, National Art School, Sydney

2009    WAR ° South Collective, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney

2008    REPORTAGE – Festival of Photojournalism, Chauvel Cinema and

            Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney 

 

Awards Juried

2014    Australian Life Photography Exhibition for Art & About, Sydney

2010    Moran Photographic Prizes, Sydney

2009    The CCP & Leica Documentary Photography Award, Australia

2008    Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards (SOYA) for Photography, Australia

            The Head On Portrait Prize, Australia

 

The Jack Picone & Stephen Dupont Documentary Photography Workshops

2015     Havana, Cuba

2014     Rangoon, Burma

2012     Luang Prabang, Laos

             Havana, Cuba

2011      Ubud, Bali

2010     Siem Reap, Cambodia

             Kathmandu, Nepal

             Sydney, Australia

2009    Sydney, Australia

2007    Kathmandu, Nepal