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Queen Victoria Market Trader Awards 2018

Zo Damage presented with Queen Victoria Market Trader Award for "Services To The Community".

QVM Trader Awards

Zo Damage presented with QVM "Services To The Community Award" by Lord Mayor of Melbourne Sally Capp (left), and, QVM Chairperson of the Board Jane Fenton (right).  — Photographer: Kristyna Hessova

Zo is a local photographer specialising in Melbourne’s contemporary music scene. She is a strong supporter of independent local musicians, exhibiting their visual work and inviting local bands to play live behind her Victoria Street shop. [Source: qvm.com.au]

Queen Victoria Market welcome Zo Damage to Victoria St

Queen Victoria Market welcome Zo Damage and her shop See The Sound to QVMs historic Victoria St district.

Zo Damage shop See The Sound

Source: Queen Victoria Market Facebook

Seed Exhibition
Castlemaine Mail – Weekender cover story
6.4.2018

Eve Lamb from the Castlemaine Mail catches up with Zo Damage to talk photography, mosh pits, tributes and Zo's Seed Exhibition currently on show at Market Building Castlemaine.

Zo Damage SEED Exhibition Review – Source: Castlemaine Mail

Source: Castlemaine Mail [Weekender cover story]
Words & photography: Eve Lamb

Art News Portal

Art News Portal - Zo Damage

Art News Portal article
Zo Damage wins "Outstanding Achievement Award" and opens pop-up shop See The Sound. Read article here.

The Age Music Victoria Awards 2017

The Age Music Victoria Awards 2017

The Age Music Victoria Awards 2017
"Outstanding Achievement Award"
Zo Damage: 365 Day Project / The Damage Report
View on Music Victoria website here.

Gerard Elson (Readings Books) on the importance of The Damage Report 

The Damage Report is at once the testament to an incredible feat of endurance; a blinding anthology of live rock photography by one of the form’s greatest Australian practitioners; and Exhibit A in the case to be made for Melbourne as the Live Music Capital of the Southern Hemisphere. Once the book’s aura of nowness gathers a little dust and the moment it so valuably captures slips conclusively into the preterite, we’ll be better placed to appreciate the extent of Damage’s achievement. For now, it’s enough to know that I hold in my hands a book that I’ll find myself reaching for years to come. — Gerard Elson, Readings [Excerpt source: readings.com.au]  
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THE DAMAGE REPORT 
Book Launch & Exhibition

The Damage Report Arts Centre Melbourne

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Zo Damage on Radio National

Zo Damage talks Eve and 365 Days on Radio National's Books and Arts.

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