WHEN : 8th June – 7th July
WHERE : Queensland Centre of Photography
Alison Brady is an established international photographic artist based in New York. Her work is characterised by psychological themes, which deliberately prompt a cognitive dissonance in a viewer. Brady adopts devices such as humour, horror, the grotesque and the bizarre. Brady has described her work as “constructive imagery, because there is no before and after in my images; the work is so much about the unknown, that it’s not narrative. It’s compelling and sticks with you. And its sharp like a knife.” Brady exhibits internationally and her work is featured in many public and private collections such as Elton John’s collection and the West Collection. Her work has been featured in publications such as New York Arts Magazine, Time Out NY and the New York Times. She was named one of the top emerging artists in the world by Saatchi.
The QCP International Bridging Program showcases the work of international photomedia artists on the LED screen at the front of the QCP gallery. The program aims to foster connections between the international art community and the QCP, presenting work produced by successful international photo media artists to curators, academics, students, the viewing public and Australian artists.