Quality print of Ben Hosking photograph featured in Melbourne Design Week 2021 exhibition Fresh Eyes: Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street.
- All frames are shadowbox style, Victorian Ash timber, with museum grade UV Acrylic (Black, white or natural)
- Unframed option will be flat-packed, not rolled.
- Printing, framing by Format Framing and delivery by Australia Post may take up to 30 days.
- Packaging and shipping within Australia included in pricing.
Ben Hosking Bio
Ben Hosking is a photographer working within the discipline of Architecture & Urbanism and is based between studios in Melbourne &
Tokyo. He completed his undergraduate degree at RMIT University, Melbourne and has operated as a professional in the field since 2008.
Practising extensively across east Asia, in particular Japan, his photographic projects are featured regularly by publishing houses, both
locally and internationally, including Phaidon, Taschen, Gestalten and Thames and Hudson. Further to this, Ben’s practice has amassed
a regional assemblage of collaborators and clients with recent commissions from the New York Times (Shigeru Ban, Hiroshi Sugimoto &
Sou Fujimoto) Aesop ANZ, Artek, Domus and UNESCO.
Through photo documentation, a medium belonging to long-form image making, Ben’s work examines themes relevant to contemporary
architectural discourse. He seeks to examine and communicate a narrative of the ever-changing built environment across the Asian
continent, intertwined with a shared history of colonization.
Black, White, Natural, Unframed
|Image size (longest edge)||
Small 300mm, Medium 600mm, Large 900mm