Archive for August 2011

Todd Anderson-Kunert exhibition opening

Todd Anderson-Kunert Everyone feels something, even if it’s nothing Colour Factory Gallery Exhibition opening Thursday September 1st from 6 – 8pm Exhibition runs until October 1 Download media release We are very pleased to present CF Gallery represented artist Todd Anderson-Kunert’s first solo exhibition to open this week. Todd’s work is an exciting installation of…

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Sonia Payes – Luminous Interlude, Fine Art Printing by Colour Factory

Sonia Payes Luminous Interlude Fehily Contemporary Opening celebration – Saturday September 3, 3 – 5pm Exhibition dates: September 1 – 24, 2011 Sonia Payes’ stunning new body of work was proudly printed by Colour Factory. Using a combination of flex and metallic c-type papers her incredible digital prints have then been mounted to Dibond and…

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Photographic portraiture workshop

After much demand Matthew Stanton is pleased to announce a new series of photographic portrait lighting workshops commencing over the weekend of the 1st and 2nd of October with “An Introduction to Photographic Portraiture”.  Following on from the popular CCP lighting workshop program in 2010, the new program will now be staged in a much…

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Refurbished SX-70 polaroid with new varieties of film!

The Photographer’s Gallery sells refurbished vintage cameras such as the much loved Polaroid SX-70. Thanks to the Impossible Project new films with various applications are now available for these cameras and can also be used in 600 style Polaroids.

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Analogue- last one out, please turn the light on

Richard Nicholson Photography Analog – Last One Out, Please Turn On The Light A survey of London’s remaining professional darkrooms, 2006–2010   Check out this fascinating survey of London’s professional darkrooms by Richard Nicholson. The Colour Factory darkroom for analogue projection printing looks a bit like the second image!!

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Peter Garnick ‘Liquid Gold’ photographic exhibition

Peter Garnick Liquid Gold Sofitel There is a once-in-a-century transformation taking place in Victoria’s Foodbowl. A decade-long drought galvanised a diverse alliance of community and government organisations to address the growing crisis. The result is a $2 billion modernisation of the region’s century-old irrigation network. Peter Garnick’s latest works capture for posterity the project’s magnitude…

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Tate finally has a photography curator

Tate London Having largely ignored photography in the past the Tate is making up time with a series of exhibitions and an important new acquisitions fund. It now has its first-ever curator of photography, Simon Baker. Read an interview with Simon Baker by the British Journal of Photography  

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Passionate about analogue photography?

Check out The International Analogue Photographic Society – a platform and online gallery for people who are passionate about making and printing analogue fine art photography… like Colour Factory!

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