The vision at the heart of this collective effort is to provide a photographer’s perspective on our natural world.
June 28 – July 2, 2023
“We all have our cross to bear,” says Robert. “I just have more than most!
Initially I framed this project around the aspiration that anyone can do it.”
June 9 – 23, 2023
Photographed in the crystal clear water of the Pacific Ocean, Floating Bits is inspired by the need to be alone, but knowing that there is a presence somehow lurking closer.
October 22 – November 27, 2022
“I like to photograph scenes in which unusual connections between elements emerge through the two-dimensional realm of the photograph.
September 9 – 24, 2022
Jeff Moorfoot OAM; the exhibition ‘conTEXT’ presents a tongue-in-cheek dialogue between image and text, bringing together several discrete bodies of work in a broad pastiche of pictures + words.
As Moorfoot says “any art that doesn’t offend someone, somewhere at some time, ain’t art – it’s decor!”
July 9 – 31, 2022
Like a number of other prolific photographers of his era, Herbert Pardey moved around a lot. That means he left collections of photos and negatives behind in the places where he worked. As those caches of material have been discovered, an effort has begun to piece together his career and also to ….
May 28 – June 19, 2022
Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley has been through several transformations over the decades. In the early to mid-1900s “The Valley” was an elegant inner-city destination with glamorous shopfronts and the best in personal service. In the 1960s “The Valley” went from destination to desolation…
March 10 – 26, 2022
Following from a Weekend Photography Workshop with Marcus Bell, the exhibition encapsulates eight different photographers’ perspectives curated into one spectacular gallery event.
Immerse yourself in the imagery which captures the architecture, and surroundings…
December 10 – 17, 2021
March 5 – April 1, 2021
“My exhibition is the celebration of what one can see if you take the time to notice. We are always on the move even when standing still.”
Harry Frith, June 2020
November 6 – 27, 2020