Minutes to Midnight art series by , 2003-2004

Minutes to Midnight, 2003-2004

  • Trent Parke
    Bathurst Races, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Bethany, Storm, Mt Berwick, VIC, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Midnight, New Year’s Eve, Gunnedah, NSW, 2003

    98 × 147 cm
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    My Son Jem is born, Sydney Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Midnight Self Portrait, Menindee, Outback NSW, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    New Year’s Eve, Gunnedah, NSW, 2003

    98 × 147 cm
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    Plague of Flying Foxes, Mataranka Outback, NSW, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    After the Rodeo, Harts Ranges NT, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    5m shark, Cottesloe, WA, 2004

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    Untitled #26, 2000

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    Untitled (Fig Tree)

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    Sydney Skyline, 2001

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    George Street, 2001

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    Untitled, 2001

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    Untitled (I), 2001

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    White Man, 2001

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    Kirribilli, 2002

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    6:00am, New Year’s Morning, Gunnedah, NSW, 2003

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    Drag Races, Mildura, VIC, 2003

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    Spider Web, 2003

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    Conan, 2003

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    Babinda Harvest Festival, QLD, 2004

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    Untitled, 2004

    98 × 144 cm
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    Backyard swing set, QLD, 2004

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    Backyard, Charleville, QLD, 2004

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    Bats, 2004

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    Cairns, QLD, 2004

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    Cairns Street Parade Fireworks, QLD, 2004

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    Caravan Park, Cairns, QLD, 2004

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    Caravan Park, QLD, 2004

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    Caravan Park, QLD, 2004

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    Coffin Bay, 2004

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    Firestorm, Canberra, ACT, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Jellyfish, WA, 2004

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    Harts Ranges, NT, 2004

    98 × 211 cm
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    Jellyfish, WA, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Jumping Possum, Newcastle, NSW, 2004

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    Light Bulb, Caravan Park, QLD, 2004

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    Moving Bus, Sydney CBD, 2004

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    Mt Isa, QLD, 2004

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    My Parents, Pam, 2004

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    My Parents, Richard, 2004

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    Narelle, six months pregnant with our son Jem, 2004

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    Nimbin NSW (2), 2004

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    Rally Car, WA, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Somewhere in outback, QLD, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Untitled, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Untitled, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Untitled, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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    Water Tank, Outback QLD, 2004

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    Wiluna, WA, 2004

    98 × 147 cm
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Artist profile

Trent Parke

Trent Parke is one of Australia’s most renowned photographers and his long-standing career has received international critical acclaim. In 2007 Parke became the first Australian to be admitted as a member of the appraised Magnum Photo Agency. Parke’s work captures an emotional and psychological portrait of a raw Australia – his home country- which he records from the isolated outback, through to the cities and busy coastal beaches.

Parke began his career as a press photojournalist. With roots in documentary, his work sits between fiction and reality, exploring themes of identity, place, and family life. Parke has been awarded four World Press Photo Awards, five Gold Lenses by the International Olympic Committee, and was awarded the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography in 2003.

He has published eight books, and been the subject of four ABC TV documentaries, The Spirit of Cricket, 2020, The Art of The Game, 2018, The Black Rose, 2015, and Dream Lives 2002.

The artist’s work is held in numerous public and private collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Artbank, Sydney and Sir Elton John.