Hutchinson is a creative practitioner who primarily works with creating, representing, and disseminating photographic material. The work focuses on climatic themes, incorporating the transformation of natural and built space. Presentations include Exhibition, Publication, and Discourse formats.

Hutchinson’s Photographic practice is supported by Arca Swiss, and his work is represented in London and Melbourne by Otomys Gallery.

In 2020 Hutchinson founded acb press, selected clients include the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Art book Fair, Melbourne Design week, Photo 2020 22 24, The Centre for Contemporary Photography, Ballarat International Foto Biennale, and Yukio Tabuchi Museum (JP) 

Publication collaborations include Perimeter Editions (Au), The Velvet Cell (Gr), along with Artist and Designers residing in Belgium, Canada, Japan, and Australia.

Recent News

PHOTO 2024

Assigned, Co-curator of the PHOTO 2024, Photo book weekend

Gippsland Art Gallery

Exhibition opens 03, 06, 2023
Exhibtion closed 20, 08, 2023

Installation photograph by Lindsey Roberts

The work is based around a core series of large-format photographs that Hutchinson took during an expedition to the Arctic. The focus of the expedition was to record and document the beauty, immensity, and diversity of the Arctic landscape in this particular moment. Upon returning to Australia, Hutchinson set about reinterpreting and expanding the scope of the resulting photographs in a bid to respond to the impact of climate change on the Arctic region and address our responsibilities not just as Australians, but as global citizens.

Gippsland Art Gallery, Artist Talk 03, 06, 2023
Wedge Performing Art Centre, Artist Talk 06, 06, 2023

Found in translation

Reflection on Japanese Design & Aesthetic
Rohan Hutchinson x Keiji Ashizawa x Karimoku case study
Exhibition opens 18, 05, 2023
Exhibition closes 28, 05, 2023

Apato, Panel discussion 18, 05, 2023

The exhibition Found In Translation features works of Melbourne-based Photographer Rohan Hutchison and furniture pieces from the Karimoku collection at Apato.

The exhibition reflects on how the environment influences the design of objects and spaces. It celebrates the adaptability, resilience, and aesthetics in Japanese design and provides a platform for the exchange of ideas, cross-pollinating Japanese and Australian perspectives on design, and finding common ground to grow on.

©2024 Rohan Hutchinson

©2024 Rohan Hutchinson