Tag Archives: Photography

Anastasia Tyurina: H20+


Anastasia Tyurina’s visual art project involves aesthetic approaches to scientific photography made by a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), a tool that has ...

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Mike Skelton: Exposed


EXPOSED presents a rare opportunity to experience an insightful and inspirational array of images by photographer Mike Skelton. A ravishing exhibition ...

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Mike Skelton: Exposed


. A ravishing exhibition of rare photographic diversity by a master craftsman compiled over years. The work offers a glimpse into ...

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Michael Cook: Mother


Mother is a journey through thirteen images of a woman in a deserted Australian landscape. The ‘mother’ is always alone, her ...

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MELT Portrait Prize


Created to celebrate the diversity of the LGBTI+ Community, the MELT Portrait Prize is an opportunity for Visual Arts across the globe ...

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Aaron Butt


Aaron Butt’s practice is concerned with unexpected, affective and apophenic responses to found images, objects and text which are then contextualised ...

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Kailum Graves


Kailum Graves is an emerging new media artist who works predominantly in the medium of photography and within the sphere of ...

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Photography Graduate Exhibition: ‘[insert here]’ 16 – 20 November 2016 Queensland College of Art Opening night Thursday 17 November 5.30 – ...

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Alana Potts: Salty


Photographer and filmmaker Alana Potts reflects on growing up in Byron Bay through a new series of analogue photographs, Salty. Unedited ...

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Over The Fence


Taking its title from an artwork by Destiny Deacon, ‘Over the fence’ features the work of 18 Indigenous artists engaged in ...

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UNSEEN is the second collaborative effort from Brisbane photographers Justin Ma and Thomas Oliver. This instalment at Bean. is a selection ...

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Time of Others


‘Time of others’ is a curatorial collaboration between four of the Asia-Pacific region’s leading institutions for collecting, exhibiting, and interpreting contemporary ...

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