Gallery & Retail Partners
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#126 2002 PJ Harvey moments before she went onstage 5.20pm, Big Day Out, Perth WA
WCBH 019 - Ryan Martinie, Mudvayne, 2pm, Big Day Out, Auckland NZ
WCBH 040 - Big Day Out (Auckland New Zealand)
WCBH 102 - Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue
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WCBH 045 - Daniel Johns (Silverchair) for record label Murmur
Fine art prints and books from Sophie's contemporary collections and the Sophie Howarth Photography Rock & Roll Archive, deliver outstanding artistic and brand alignment opportunities to Sophie's carefully selected galleries and retailers.
Curated collections are also available to libraries, museums, and galleries for temporary touring exhibitions (see bottom of page).
Unpopular, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney (2022-2023)
Homage to Chicks, Head On Photo Festival, Artspace on the Concourse, Sydney (2022)
Behind the Lens with Sophie Howarth, Glasshouse Gallery, Port Macquarie (2021-2022).
Fine art prints
Limited and open-edition fine art prints are available for Sophie's collections, as well as an artisan range of hand-printed photographs from the Sophie Howarth Photography Rock & Roll Archive.
Sophie is the author of two books; Soaring with Eagles, release date - October 2023, and Peace Love And Brown Rice: A photographic history of the Big Day Out.
Collaborations, workshops, and public programs
Sophie is proud to collaborate with lifestyle brand, Hoponit Designs, to interpret images from her collections into wearable art. She welcomes enquiries to partner with her on creative and curatorial projects, public speaking engagements, or Masterclasses.
For more information about Sophie, visit her About and Media pages. To become a gallery or retail partner, contact us using the button below.
Sophie's Gallery & Retail Partners
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Ready-to-hang collections from the Sophie Howarth Photography Rock & Roll Archive are available for libraries, museums, and galleries as touring exhibitions. Enquire here.
Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences
Newcastle Art Gallery collaboration