Tamara Dean

Website - Oculi.com.au/Photographers/Tamara-Dean

Tamara Dean is an Australian photographic artist whose works explore the informal rites of passage and rituals of young people. Dean has received numerous awards including the Olive Cotton Award and Sydney Life: Art & About. Her works have been widely exhibited, most recently in the Fotofever Brussels Art Fair, 2012 and Pingyao Photography Festival, China, 2012. 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 and James Makin Gallery, Melbourne. Dean has been awarded the ArtOmi artists residency, New York State (June 2013)

Tamara Dean, Skadi Connor and Sid
The Collection
Skadi Connor and Sid

Turrella, Sydney, NSW Australia, 2006

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