You Look Like a...features in:


Reclining Nude, Kouros Study, Study for Zeus (or possibly Poseidon) and Study for the Water Carrier from the series Plinth Piece have been acquired by Price Waterhouse Cooper.


You Look Like a...Matthew has been selected as a finalist in the National Portrait prize at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra.


In 2017 The Dancers and The Sleepers are on display in AnonimX: The End of the Privacy Era at the Haifa Museum of Art, Israel. 


The Australia Council for the Arts as awarded a significant project grant to Cherine Fahd for her project, The Politics of Appearance (2016-2017)


The Chosen, Dupain (2003) is in the now in the San Diego Museum of Photographic Arts Collection.


Plinth Piece, Woman Bitten By a Snake (2014) on exhibition at Art Gallery of NSW


All twenty Shadowing Portraits will be exhibited for the first time in CCP Declares on the Social Contract at CCP Melbourne from May 2016.


Homage to a Rectangle face and nose are finalists in the MAMA Art Foundation National Photography Prize 2016.


Plinth Piece, Nike Victory study is shortlisted as a finalist in the Grace Cossington Smith Art Prize 2014. Judge MCA curator Rachel Kent.


Plinth Piece, Shadow study is a finalist in the 2014 Bowness prize at MGA.


In 2014 the National Gallery of Australia has acquired two works from the 2013 Camouflage  series (Chroma inny & Eye closed). These works join nine other Fahd photographs previously donated by Pat Corrigan to the NGA photo collection.


In 2014 the Art Gallery of New South Wales has acquired Woman bitten by a snake from the 2014 Plinth Piece series for the photography collection. This work was acquired from Galerie Pompom, Sydney. It is the second work that Fahd has placed in th AGNSW collection, the other being The Chosen, Africa (2003).


In 2013 the complete set of HIDING self-portraits 2009-2010 one hundred days was acquired by Monash Gallery of Art for its collection of Australian photography. 


Camouflage 2013 travels to Photo LA with Queensland Centre of Photography from JANUARY 16 - 19, 2014.


Camouflage 2013 featured in Issue 29 of DAS SUPERPAPER 

Daniel Mudie Cunningham's contribution to issue 29 of DAS SUPERPAPER is a pictorial of works that suggest the circuitously intersecting faultlines of affect as a series of real and imagined masks.
Artists selected include Eugenia Raskopoulos, Sarah Contos, Dani Marti, Rebecca Agnew, Jose Da Silva, Cherine Fahd
Publication launch: Carriageworks, 28 November 2013

Camouflage(chroma blue/red)received the Montalto Honourable Mention award at the 2013 Bowness Prize at MGA.


Cherine Fahd will be presenting a paper, Private Disclosures, Public Space at Contemphoto13 international conference on contemporary photography in Istanbul, Turkey. 12 June - 15 June 2013 


Ephemeral Sculpture #1 with fan was selected for the 2013 Redlands Art Prize and as a finalist in the 2013 Hazelhurst Art on paper award.

TV Dinner from the series Schizm, 2012 has been selected as a finalist in the 2013 Ulrick Schubert Photography Award at Gold Coast Art gallery and 2012 Bowness Photography Prize at Monash Gallery Art, Melbourne.


FEAR OF - ARTBANK has acquired four works in 2012 from the Fear of series for its collection. 


365 Attempts to meditate, 2011 has been selected as a finalist in the 2012 Ulrick Schubert Photography Prize at Gold Coast City Gallery.


In Camera and In Public. Free artist and curator floor talk. Saturday 17th September 12 noon. Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.


Unstill (fruits), 2011 has been selected as a finalist in the 2011 Bowness Photography Prize at Monash Gallery Art, Melbourne.


Cherine Fahd is undertaking studio residencies from August 2011 - November 2011with A.R.P and at Frasers Studios from May 2011 - August 2011.


Monash Gallery of Art in Melbourne is exhibiting Masking Motion 2002 and three works from Hiding - Self Portraits 2009-2010 in Afterglow: performance art and photography


UQ Art Museum in Brisbane has acquired and will exhibit the 100 days of Hiding - Self Portraits 2009-2010 as part of Multiplicities: self portraits from the collection.


The Albury Art Gallery is proud to announce the 2010 National Photography Prize Winner as Cherine Fahd for her work Hiding - Self Portraits 2009-2010.
Guest Judge Dr Isobel Crombie
Senior Curator, Photography. National Gallery of Victoria