Juno Gemes

JUNO GEMES

FELLOWSHIPS
   & APPOINTMENTS

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
COLLECTIONS
FORUM PAPERS

RESEARCH, PHOTOGRAPHY
   & FILMS

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Catalogues & Reviews
Publications, Covers & Photo Essays

Bibliography

Publications, Covers & Photo Essays

1978    

North Queensland Messenger Stick, Koori Binda, NSW

1981

Sydney Morning Herald, Ross Fitzgerald article.

1982

National Times, Aboriginal Country Western Music Festival, photo essay.

1979

Postcards for Aboriginal Medical Service, Aboriginal Children’s Sevices.

1981

Kurt Breteton ed, Photo Discourse, Critical Thought and Practice in Photography, Sydney College of the Arts, pp. 128-130.

1981

‘Juno Gemes at the Cafe L’absurd’, Rudi Krausmann ed., Aspect – Art and Literature, collage-photographs, pp. 4, 6, 10,15, 20, 22.

1982

Marcia Langton, After the Tent Embassy, 19 photographs by Juno Gemes, Valadon Press.

1983

Megan McMurchy, Margot Oliver, Jeni Thornley eds, For Love or Money: A History of Women and Work in Australia, Penquin Books.

1986

Juno Gemes, ‘Uluru: Sacred Ground’, photo essay, ‘Longwater – Aboriginal Art and Literature’, Uli Beier ed., Aspect 34, pp. 68-71.

1986

Native Rose, paintings by Brett Whiteley, poems by Michael Driscoll, photographs by Juno Gemes, Griffin Press.

1987

Nigel Parbury, Survival: A History of Aboriginal People in NSW, Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs, NSW.

1988

Images and Language ’88, Aboriginal Perspectives on a Celebration, coordinated by Jenni Stocks, Inner City Education, NSW Teachers Federation.

1988

Juno Gemes, ‘The Long March for Justice’, photo essay, Robert Adamson and Manfred Jurgensen eds, Australian Writing Now, Penguin Books.

1989

Mary Coe, Windradyne: A Wiradjuri Koori, Aboriginal Studies Press.

1989

The Clean Dark, poems by Robert Adamson, photographs Juno Gemes, Paper Bark Press.

1990

John Kinsella ed., The Birdcatcher’s Song A Salt Anthology, Cambridge, UK, cover and pp. 1, 7, 8, 31, 32.

1992

Robert Adamson, ‘Wards of the State’, Correspondances, Angus and Robertson / Harper Collins, pp.1-11.

1992

‘Where is the West?’, Meanjin Vol. 51, No. 2, Winter, cover.

1993

Peter Betani and Juno Gemes, ‘The Message Sticks’, Meanjin Vol. 52, No. 4, Summer, cover and photo essay.

1993

‘And the Stars were Shining’, poems by John Ashbury, portrait of John Ashbury by Juno Gemes, Farrar, Giradeux and Straux, New York.

1994

‘Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia’, Vol 1 and 2, Aboriginal Studies Press.

1994

‘Understanding and Teaching Australian Indigenous Studies’, Editor Rhonda Craven and James Miller, UNSW Press.

1995

photofile #46, p24-28, profile Juno Gemes.

1995

‘Wanjuk Marika: Life Story as told to Jennifer Issac’, University of Queensland Press.

1996

‘Jacaranda Social and Environmental Atlas’, Jacaranda Wiley Press.

1996

‘The Language Of Oysters’, poems by Robert Adamson, photographs by Juno Gemes, Craftsman House, Gordon and Breach International.

1996

The Weekend Australian Magazine, ‘Brett Whiteley – 96% Love’, cover portrait, June 8-9.

1997

Murray Waldren, ‘The Language of Oysters – A new book on the Hawkesbury River’, Weekend Australian Jan 25 p 28-31.

2000

Times Literary Supplement, p 11, July 28.

2000

Time Magazine, November 6, Pacific Arts Festival.

2001

Juno Gemes, ‘The Record and the Remainder – Pacific Arts Association’, 5th International Symposium Publication.

2001

‘Eternity – Stories from the Emotional Heart of Australia’, National Museum of Australia, Canberra.

2001

Art AsiaPacific, November.

2001

‘Garry Shead and the Erotic Muse’, Sasha Grisham, Craftsman House.

2003

‘Black + Whiteley’ by Barry Dickens, cover portrait of Brett Whiteley.

2003

‘Survival: A History of Aboriginal People in NSW’, by Nigel Parbury, published by Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs, NSW (updated second edition).

2003

Judy Cassab, ‘Rainbow Valley – The Spirit of Place’, catalogue portrait, Vasarely Muzeum, Budapest, Hungary, Australian Embassies, Berlin and Brussels

2003

‘Proof: Portraits from the Movement 1978 -2003’, Catalogue. National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; Macquarie University Art Gallery, Sydney.

2003

‘Larrikins in London – An Australian Presence in 1960s London’,
Catalogue. Ivan Dougherty Gallery; University of New South Wales, College of Fine Arts.

2004

‘Ontologies of the image and economies of exchange’, Dr Fred Myers, American Ethnologist, New York, Vol 31, No 1 p 5–20.

2005

‘Berowra Visions: Margaret Preston & Beyond’, catalogue essay: ‘Dancing with Margaret Preston’, Macquarie University Art Gallery, Sydney.

2005 Botany Bay – Where Histories Meet, Maria Nugent, Allen & Unwin, p 184–195.

2008

Witnessing the Apology – Juno Gemes, Heat 17, Giramondo Publishing, Sydney

2009

The First Australians Edited By Rachel Perkins and Marcia Langton, The Meigunyah Press

2009

The Little Red Yellow & Black - Book Aboriginal Studies Press

2009

The Group Online Magazine 1 Edited by John Birmingham, James Bradley, Larry Buttrose,Billy Marshall Stoneking and Mark Mordue

2009

The Light Room Sydney Writers Festival - Juno Gemes. Groupmag.blogspot