Wednesday, 3 July 2013


Opening | Daniel Boetker-Smith

Shannon (from Hawaii) in the Mallee 2012

We are pleased to announce the opening of our 14th exhibition from Daniel Boetker-Smith and Pierfrancesco Celada this Friday, July 5th at 5pm.

"The Murray River Project", contains Boetker-Smith’s photographs from his three-year journey along the Murray river. It addresses not only environmental and social issues, but also unpicks the way stories flow and stagnate. Part of this work was shortlisted for the Josephine Ulrick Photography Prize 2010, the Centre for Contemporary Photography’s 2011 Documentary Award, for the Bowness Photography Prize (MGA) 2012.

"Japan, I wish I knew your name" is part of Celada’s long-term project about life in modern Megalopolis and the experience of isolation despite proximity. Celada recently won the Ideastap and Magnum Photo photographic award and the West collection purchase award.

We look forward to seeing you in the gallery!

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