Joachim Froese is an Australian contemporary art photographer who lives and works in Brisbane and Berlin. Born in Montreal/Canada, he grew up in Germany and migrated to Australia in 1991.
He is best known for his highly constructed still life photography, which investigates conceptual cross-overs with art history, personal memory, portraiture, and nature photography.
Froese has exhibited widely across Australia, Europe, Asia and North America. His work is included in numerous public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Portrait Gallery of Australia, and the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art.
Froese holds regular teaching appointments at universities in Australia and Germany and was invited to present guest lectures at institutions across the world. In 2017 he received a PhD in Art from RMIT University in Melbourne.