Carine Thévenau is a Photographer, currently based in Sydney, Australia. She identifies as a Photographer, Artist and Researcher. Her work is expressed through portraiture of the individual, but also broader portraits of place, space and time, including the psychological space (sense of place). She investigates the temporal spaces we inhabit everyday, by immersing herself in both personal and public atmospheres. Carine is fascinated by nature, the built environment and what this interrelationship can reveal about civilisation. Her work is explored through the female gaze.
Carine is passionate about sustainable practices within the arts and beyond. She consistently experiments with ethical materials within her own arts practice and her most recent exhibitions have included the use of plant based papers such as bamboo, rice and Japanese washi paper.
Carine’s photography has been published in Wallpaper (UK), iD Magazine (UK), Metal Magazine (Barcelona), Champ Magazine (Tokyo, Japan), Milk Magazine (France), Frankie Magazine and Vogue Magazine (Australia). She has recently been awarded a Master of Fine Art from the University of New South Wales, Art and Design. She has exhibited in solo and group shows in Los Angeles, Berlin, Rotterdam, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth.