October 24th, 2013
Sultans of Speed
SULTANS OF SPEED is a portrait series by Willem-Dirk du Toit, his first solo exploration documenting the automotive subculture of the land speed record and the characters who take on the harsh salt plain of Lake Gairdner. They battle 48-degree heat, a costly obsession, and each other to exceed speeds of 400km/h in pursuit of the global land speed record.
Show runs through till the 24th of October
October 6th, 2013
CONTROL – Daniel Bushaway
Control is an ongoing series observing the infrastructure used to extract, conserve, and ultimately control water. These vast landscapes manipulated to facilitate mass consumption – so we have water at the turn of a tap.
The series was shot on a 4×5 large-format camera during summer 2009–12 in the Andalucían Basin in regional Spain and regional Tasmania, Australia. Daniel works primarily in large-format film, shooting in natural light. His predominant concern is nature altered by industry, which he explores in highly complex, controlled and textural compositions.
Opening Night: 23rd May 6:30-8:30
51–57 Cubitt Street, Cremorne VIC 3121
24 May – 10 June 2013
Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday by appointment only
May 9th, 2013
Sleeping on the Wing
An Exhibition by Paul Philipson
Let us go, through certain half-deserted streets,
The muttering retreats
Of restless nights in one-night cheap hotels
JCP Gallery, 51-57 Cubitt Street Cremorne
Opening 2nd of May, running till the 20th
April 29th, 2013
At First Glance
I’ve threatened to do this for quite some time and finally got forced off my ass to do something about it. So for the next three months I have a selection of both photographic and illustrative works up in the Corporate Culture showroom, 680 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. It’s a beautiful space that has been exceptionally renovated and presented. My works are scattered over all four floors, so if you’re out that side of town please drop by and take a look… Thanks – Chris
April 29th, 2013
Behind the Scenes
Lisa Tomasetti presents a series of images of the Australian Ballet, having been granted exclusive access to photograph the Ballet over several years on their international tours to Tokyo, New York, and Paris. Taken out of their usual context the Ballerina’s dance, pirouette and leap through the gritty city streets, as Tomasetti creates riveting images that fuse high gloss performance with coarse urban reality.
These works are available through James Makin Gallery
April 29th, 2013
David Wadelton currently has two bodies of work on display in Melbourne, photographs as part of a group show at the University of Melbourne’s Ian Potter Gallery and a solo show of both paintings and photography at Tolarno Gallery.
March 21st, 2013
First We Fall
Firstly, thank you and congratulations to Clare Plueckhahn, Fran Derham and Sarah Ewing for helping produce and put on such a great opening night for Clare’s show of underwater stills, “First We Fall”. Thanks also go out to all the people who managed to make it down for the night and all the sponsors who generously provided food (Fonda) and booze to keep everybody going.
That’s a link heavy post.
Keep an eye out for further upcoming exhibitions later in the year.
March 7th, 2013
RHYS Lee – MURAL
Rhys had a couple of hours to kill recently. Time well spent.
January 31st, 2013