Tobias Titz Photography
66 Weston St
Brunswick VIC 3056

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May 2015

Head-on Portrait Prize Finalist and Beyomd Borders Exhibition

Two works by Tobias feature in this years Head-on Photo Festival in Sydney.
The image of Daniel and David Wilfred is a finalst in the Head-on Portrait prize at the Museum of Sydney and a multimedia
work feauturing Walat Barka, a refugee from Eritrea, is part of the Beyond Borders screening at Sydney's Lower Town Hall.
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February 2015

In Studio with Kate Rohde for NGV Gallery Magazine

Tobias was commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria Magazine to portrait artist Kate Rohde for the "In Studio"
section of the current issue.

January 2015

Sueddeutsche Zeitung Magazin

The Sueddeutsche Zeitung Magazin (Germany) commissioned Tobias to portrait Aminah Hart, Scott Andersen
and their daughter Leila.
To view the article please click here.

December 2014

De Anima by Brook Andrew

Tobias was commissioned by the RMIT Designhub to document the current exhibition De Anima by Brook Andrew.
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October 2014

Finalist Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize 2014

Tobias's portrait of Daniel and David Wilfred has been selected as a Finalist in the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize 2014.
The exhibition with the works of the 30 finalists will be displayed from the 28.October 2014 at Juniper Hall, 250 Oxford Street, Paddington Sydney.
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June 2014

MAP Refugee Project

As a member of the MAP Documentary Photographers Group Tobias participated in the most recent project about Refugees in Australia. The aim of the project is to give refugees a voice and share their stories.
Each participating photographer will produce a multimedia presentation which will be launched on the big screen at Federation Square , Melbourne in conjunction with World Refugee Day on 22 June 2014.
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May 2014

Pastello: Draw Act at NGV

The National Gallery of Victoria and italian multi-disciplinary design firm Mathery Studio commissioned Tobias to document the immersive Kids Space Pastello: Draw Act. Children are invited to use their bodies to draw with their heads, feet and of course hands using crayon spheres and other unusual tools. They can be vigorous or considered to make their unique mark.
Pastello: Draw Act is on display in the Children's gallery at NGV International until August 31, 2014.
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April 2014

Iris Award Finalist

Tobias's image of Raymond Kerry commenting on Asbestos is a finalist in the Iris Award 2014.
The 31 finalists will be exhibited at the Perth Centre for Photography from 9 May till 9 June 2014.
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January 2014

BMW Magazine

Tobias had lots of fun shooting the new X5 on the Great Alpine Road for BMW Magazine Germany.
Check the current BMW Magazine for the 25 most thrilling roads in Asia and Australia.

December 2013

Liam Gerner

Tobias was commisioned to take portraits of Melbourne musician Liam Gerner. His new album "Land of No Roads" will be released in December 2013.
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November 13

Melbourne Now

Melboune Now is an exhibition unlike any other at the National Gallery of Victoria. It takes as its premise the idea that a city is significantly shaped by artists, designers, architcts, choreographers, interlectuals and community groups that live and work in its midst. Tobias photo of Lucy McRae's 'Swallable Parfum' project features in the Melbourne Now publication.
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July 2013

Olive Cotton Award Finalist

Tobias's image of Nathaniel and Neville Taylor has been selected as a finalist in the Olive Cotton Award 2013.
The exhibition will be shown at the Tweed River Art Gallery, Murwillumbah NSW, from 9 August to 29 September.
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May 2013

Cover Story for New York's Institutional Investor Magazine

Tobias was commissioned by the Institutional Investor Magazine to shoot their current Cover Story featuring
the people behind Australia's Future Fund.
To view these and more new publications please click here.


March 2013

New Publications: RMIT Design Hub, HochTief and
Groenlinks Magazine
Tobias was commissioned by the RMIT Design Hub and German Company HochTief to shoot for their publications.
One of his Australian Outback images features on the cover of dutch magazine Groenlinks.
To view these and more new publications please click here.


January 2013

Hasselblad Masters Award Finalist

Tobias is a Finalist in the 2014 Hasselblad Masters Award.
The Hasselblad Masters Award is one of the most prestigious awards in the industry, celebrating the best in both established
and rising photographic talent. Masters Awards are given in recognition of a photographers's contribution to the art of photography and are judged on overall photographic ability, encompassing creativity, composition, conceptual strength and technical skill.
For more information and on-line voting please click here.

November 2012

WE DON'T NEED A MAP exhibition at the Fremantle Arts Centre

We don't need a map brings the desert to the city to celebrate the lively and enduring culture of the Martu - the traditional owners of a vast area of WA's Western Desert. This remarkable exhibition includes the work of more than 30 artists and is an exploration of the Martu people, their way of life, the way they care for country and belong to it.
As well as illustrating the distinct contemporary visual language of the Martu, this landmark event breaks down barriers by bringing together Martu and other artists to collaborate and exhibit together.
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September 2012

Marnti Warajanga Exhibition Winner of MAGNA 2012
The Marnti Warajanga Exhibition is the winner of the Museums & Galleries National Awards 2012 in the temporary exhibition category. Judges comments are: 'Judges felt that this project was outstanding in its treatment of its subjects. It was focused, probing and inovative. They especially appreciated the project's degree of consultation with Indigenous people and community representatives on important aspects of social memory and Indigenous activism, and the connection and interweaving of these stories and memories with powerful strands of Australia social history in the cause of voices from the whole of Australian experience contributing to and deepening an understanding of 'democracy' as underpinning the museum's mission.'
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July 2012

Winner of the Moran Contemporary Photography Prize 2012
Tobias's image of Noel Charlie is one of the 4 joint winners of the Moran Contemporaray Photography Prize 2012.
The exhibition will be displayed from 25th July to 9th October 2012 at the Moran House, 13-15 Bridge Street, Sydney.
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April 2012

Perth Exhibition and Pilbara Tour
The 'Marnti warajanga - a walk together' exhibition will be on display in Central Park, Perth from the 13.-30.April.
In May and June the exhibition expands into a major travelling project touring to five communities in the Pilbara.
The project consists of the redeveloped exhibition, photography workshops and community events.
To check tour updates and participate please click here.

Januar 2012

Wittenoom Project
In outback Wittenoom, life is becoming increasingly insular. The government claims this ex-asbestos mining town is polluted, attempting to shut the town down by bulldozing buildings and cutting off power. Now nature is taking over. Yet eight determined residents of the once boom-town remain.
To view the images please click here.

December 2011

MAP Group 'Sidestreets & Laneways' Exhibition
Map Group's latest exhibition 'Sidestreets & Laneways' is now open at the Old Treasury Building, Spring Street Melbourne until 31 January 2012. The exhibition is open Sunday to Friday 10am - 4 pm.
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September 2011

Tract Fri 2 & Sat 3 September Malthouse Theatre Melbourne
Realised by Composer-Violinist Erkki Veltheim, Trakt is an inspired collaboration between the Young Wagilak Group from South -East Arnhem Land, The Australian Art Orchestra and performed for the very first time in Melbourne with the musicians from the Australian National Academy of Music.
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August 2011

Congratulations to Bobby West Tjupurrula
Papunya Tula Artist Bobby West Tjupurrula won the 2011 Telstra General Painting Award in the 28th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award.
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July 2011

Pilbara trip and new Martumili Artists images
In July Tobias visited the remote communities of Kunawarritji and Punmu in the Western Desert to continue his collaboration with Martumili Artists.
To view images please click here.

May 2011

Martumili Artists (Photographic Encounters between Germany and Australia)
Exhibition in the Goethe Institute Sydney as part of the Head on Photo Festival 2011
27.04.2011 - 22.07.2011 Please join Tobias for the Official Opening Event on Monday 16 May, 6.30pm.


April 2011

Picture This Photographic Prize and Exhibition
Tobias's image of Jack Charles commenting on addiction has been selected as a Finalist in the 2011 Picture This Photographic Prize and Exhibition at Brunswick Street Gallery 322 Brunswick St, Fitzroy. The Exhibition opens Fri 15 April 2011 at 6pm and runs 15 - 28 April 2011

March 2011

Melbourne Fashion Festival 2011

Tobias' clients Ellie Muecke and Emma Grace hold a sustainable fashion and jewlery workshop as part of the Cultural Program of the 2011 Melbourne Fashion Festival.

December 2010

Marnti Warajanga Website online
The exhibition, featuring Tobias’ work, is on display in the Museum of Australian Democracy in Old Parliament House Canberra till November 2011. Click here to view the website.

December 2010

Monument 100th Issue Landmark Edition
In the current edition of Monument Magazine you can check out the new generation of diverse and dynamic design and architecture talent from Lisbon. The story was captured by Tobias on his latest trip to Europe in August.

October 2010

Unlimited: Designing for the Asia Pacific
Tobias was commissioned to document the Unlimited Design Festival in Brisbane, Australia.

August 2010

In the Mountains
Taking some time out in Upper Bavaria

July 2010

Feature in A2, The Age
Tobias' Crossing Roper Bar photographs feature in Liza Power's article "Crossing
the divide", The Age, A2, Saturday July 31, 2010. Click here to download full article

July 2010

Buenos Aires
In the current edition of Monument Magazine you will find a spread about the vibrant architecture and design community in Buenos Aires, which Tobias shot earlier this year. After documenting the “State of Design Festival” in Melbourne the next stopover will be Lisbon - again for the Frontier section of Monument Magazine. Visit

May 2010

The Australian Art Orchestra commissioned Tobias to document the current AAO Crossing Roper Bar tour of the Northern Territory and Arnhem Land.

The Australian Art Orchestra and Young Wagilak Group will tour the Northern Territory beginning with a performance and talk at the opening of the Art Gallery of the Northern Territory’s 'Colour Country' Exhibition and a performance at the Darwin Entertainment Centre.

Seven days of performances and workshops in Ngukurr and, if weather allows, Numbulwar will follow. The tour will be the first journey back to Ngukurr for the core ensemble since 2005 and will provide the opportunity to re-kindle vital connections with the community there. Visit

February 2010

Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House Canberra, 26 February 2010 – 20 February 2011

Marnti Warajanga – we’re travelling is a collaboration between Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre, award-winning photographer Tobias Titz and the Museum of Australian Democracy.

In Marnti Warajanga you will meet Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians from the Pilbara region of northern Western Australia. In their own words they bear witness to momentous historical movements and reflect on their ongoing work for social and political change at a community and national level.

In Tobias Titz’s unique collaborative portraiture process, each person is photographed with a large format camera using Polaroid Type 665 film. He then photographs the same space without the person in it. Following this, the subjects write something of their choice into the wet ‘empty’ negative. The texts relate to questions about major events such as the Pilbara Strike of 1946, the 1967 Referendum and the 2008 Apology to the Stolen Generations.

Tobias says that providing a place where often long-buried stories can be told ‘allows us to understand where we come from and how to move forward’.

Join these Australians as they tell the story of their journey towards equality in their own country.

September 2009