Josh has been at the nexus of photography, digital cinema and contemporary art for over two decades.
He has been commissioned for work in major print publications, theatre, television and film and is often sought as a collaborator for significant Australian visual artists.
Josh's artwork addresses the problematic bond between photography, anthropology, and history often using a visual economy that invites multiple interpretations. He is interested in the traditional crossroads laid between vision, knowledge, and power, which lie at the heart of photographic image making.
Exhibition 2021 Remote contact, May Space Online. Brenda May Gallery
2018 Wynscreen, Wynard Walk, Transport for NSW, Sydney
2016 #atwar. Chashama Gallery, 4 Times Square, New York, USA
2013 #atwar. Brenda May Gallery, Sydney
2012-2013 Light SenSitive Material: Works from the Verghis Collection New South Wales regional tour
2012 In League. Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest, Sydney In the Mirror. Brenda May Gallery, Sydney
2011 Body Language. Brenda May Gallery, Sydney End of the roll. Kind of Gallery, Sydney
2009 Us. Philips Photographers Gallery, New York, USA Head On. Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney Photographs. Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne.
2008 Watch this Space. Brenda May Gallery, Sydney Year is Over. Black&Blue Gallery, Sydney Post Graduate Degree Show. University of Sydney, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney Sao Paulo. New York. Japan. Black&Blue Gallery, Sydney
2007 ‘Re-Imagining Vanuatu,’ Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, Volume 5, Number 2, August 2007 Amongst Us, Somedays Gallery, Sydney
2005 An Electronic and Temporal Arts (ETA) Retrospective 1995 – 2004, SCA Gallery, Sydney
1999 The Need for Speed, COFA Exhibition Space, Sydney
1998 Josh Raymond & Shaun Gladwell, COFA Exhibition Space, Sydney
1996 landlines, University of Sydney, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney Matinaze@Experimenta, Experimenta 96, Melbourne Matinaze 96, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
1995 Group Loop, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney LIMBO, University of Sydney, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney
1994 ext. 264, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney ISEA 94, International Symposium on Electronic Art, Helsinki, Finland War on Art, Batty Street Gallery, Balmain World Trade Centre, Sydney