Chris Round is interested in documenting the everyday world around him, with a particular interest in post-natural, human-influenced landscapes. He loves human topographies and discovering places he never knew existed – photographing the unfamiliar.
Redfern resident and gallery owner, Peter McMahon, is participating in the launch of a new photography collective, called terrainphotography. The collective is dedicated to depiction and re-interpretation of the landscape, and its first exhibition, called First Exposure, will open at Peter McMahon’s space at 88 George Street on November 3. Other members of the collective are fine art photographers Paul Mallam and Peter Lang.
Newtown artist Bede Kelcher loves “the drama of clashing colours, the extremes of light and shade at sunset, the wonderful juxtapositions that a city presents” …
CHIPPENDALE: Following a weekend when Sydney experienced the strongest winds for years, Halo, Jennifer Turpine and Michaelie Crawford’s newest public artwork, was unveiled on one of the few still sunny mornings this August.
Since the radical success of Intervention Intervention, local artist and curator, Teena McCarthy hasn’t taken a backward step. The intense image, a boot print stomping over desert, quickly became the iconic image of the exhibition. “It’s been a career highlight so far,” Teena says. “Artists from every state, hundreds of people at the opening, media local, national and international. Iranian TV online rang me on the day.”
The Marrickville Multifaith Roundtable (MMR) is a small group of faith communities in the Marrickville Local Government Area that meets regularly to promote a better understanding between people of different faiths and denominations. It is represented by faith groups from Anglican, Catholic, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Uniting Church traditions.
Virtual Warrane II evolved from the original and successful Virtual Warrane exhibition showcased five years ago at Sydney’s Customs House. This latest version uses more advanced computer graphics to provide a more realistic, accurate and immersive heritage experience, while respecting the original custodians of Sydney Cove.
Although Serbian artist, Jovana Terzic, has been in Australia less than 12 months, the Belgrade-born 30 year old is awe-struck by Australia. “My expectations have been far exceeded,”…