Archive for May 2009

Sunday Arts features photographic fine art works

Sunday Arts this week aired a story on a particularly interesting photojournalist, Stephen Dupont. Stephen was recently awarded a Logie for his report on the suicide bombing which nearly cost him his life, entitled Afghanistan a Survivor’s Tale. In addition, Stephen has released limited edition books, which are so much more than simply a collection…

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Fine art exhibition prints for Babel communicate with visual impact

The Colour Factory recently produced fine artists prints for an exhibition entitled ‘Babel’. The exhibition has been described by Craft Victoria’s website: “Babel is a word-based collection of fine porcelain and paper works. This collection of short texts constitutes a series of incantations, codes and instructions scrolled around porcelain bones or thin spines. The porcelain…

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The Centre for Contemporary Photography

The Centre for Contemporary Photography in Fitzroy is one of Australia’s premier venues for the exhibition of contemporary photo-based arts. Within the modern premises, the CCP contains five exhibition spaces, including a night projection window that can be viewed from George and Kerr streets, after dark, 7 days a week. For those who wish to…

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Photographic prints on show

Tim Handfield, presenter of two of the Colour Factory’s upcoming seminars, has a stunning upcoming photographic exhibition entitled ‘Ethiopian Time’. The Colour Factory has been busy printing Tim’s photographic works for this breathtaking exhibition. The exhibition consists of landscape photographs of the Simien Mountains in the North of Ethiopia. In Tim’s own words: “Travelling in…

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