Lines of Sight: Fiding the Sublime in Canberra @ M16 Artspace

17 Aug – 3 Sept 2017

Seven artists have collaborated on this exhibition. The artists are all experienced and respected with varied practice specialisations and approaches to their art. All of the artists haveĀ  woven Canberra into their art.The pictures below give a sense of the range within the exhibition

Community Honour – Fiona Amundsen @ Huw Davies Gallery Photoaccess

20 July – 13 Aug 2017

Fiona Amundsen created a striking set of photos which frame urban concrete left overs of building foundations and other detritus. Even though the photographs are of concrete left overs they have a remarkable beauty.

Pictures and gallery materials below


Let me imagine you – Andrew Tenison @ Huw Davies Gallery Photoaccess

27 July – 13 Aug 2017

Andrew Tenison created a striking set of black and white photos that respond to a WW2 negative he had found. The photographs are quite personal in the start black and white recreations that have a distinctively 40s vibe about the.

Samples and gallery materials below.

Between Wash Cycles – Caitlin Kosman @ Canberra Contemporary Arts Space Manuka

17 August – 3 September 2017

Caitlin Kosman has a set of double sided works of photography and painting on display at Canberra Contemporary Arts Space Manuka. She has worked the photographs through processes such as sanding and other abrasive materials. Most images are abstract even when they have reference to pre-existing photographs. Ms Kosman is working through issues connected with silences in our interactions.

Samples pictures are below.

Pets @ Tuggerenong Arts Centre

In February this year at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre there was the first of a year long set of exhibitions on animals and our relationships with them. Below are four photos that were on display in the foyer taken to show animals close up and a sense of their attractiveness to us humans.

Be – Live in the City @ Customs House Sydney

The Customs House Library has a policy of holding exhibitions on their walls and in the foyer. The recent one is titled Be. It is a wonderful set of photographs of people in the city of Sydney enjoying every day experiences. The photos have been taken in black and white and are accompanied by generous relevant text. The experiences and range of people represented are diverse and the overall impression is one of a complex community.

Some sample pics are below with gallery material.