Three new exhibitions at PhotoAccess
Celebrating analogue and hand processed photographic images
When: now showing until 29 April
PhotoAccess presents three new exhibitions in the Huw Davies Gallery celebrating analogue and hand processed photographic images.
We Were Here, an exhibition of medium and large format analogue photography exploring Australian small towns, by emerging NSW regional photographer Michaela Gamble.
Michaela Gamble is an Australian based British photographer, situated in the upper Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. As a portrait and landscape photographer, Michaela documents and examines the identity of remote and disjointed communities, using analogue photography.
The Spirit Within Australia: The Land and The People, works from the fine press book/artist book (of the same name) published by Veritas Editions, featuring original photographic-based art produced using historic hand-crafted processes from well-known and emerging Australian photographic artists.
The exhibition has been curated by Craig Huber of Veritas Editions and features: Daniel Bornstein, Gary Chapman and Jan Naismith, Wendy Currie, Kristin Diemer, Joyce Evans, Silvi Glattauer, Liam Lynch, Julian Pearce, David Roberts, Maxine Salvatore, Kim Sinclair, Steve Tester, Craig Tuffin, Gordon Undy and Ellie Young.
Artefact is an exhibition celebrating slow photography and the time-honoured techniques of the hand-printed processes of Vandyke, Cyanotype and Gum bichromate, focusing on still life imagery, by mid-career ACT-region photographer Kim Sinclair.
Public program: Join Michaela Gamble and Kim Sinclair for an artist in conversation event on Sunday 29 April at 2pm in the PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery. Free event, all welcome.
Image: Craig Tuffin, Ngullingi Mala, platinum print, 25x30 cm