Upcoming Exhibitions //

Exhibitions Runs 30 April - 11 May



GALLERY 1
DESERT INK
Jonathan May

Desert Ink is a tale of 8 Mexican tattoo artists from the wrong side of the tracks, who following their love of art and tattooing found the will to change. With identities forged in street furnaces of gang banging, shoot outs, drug dealing and jail time, this band of men crafters new identities, forming a new type of gang, united by art and their determination to earn a decent living, rising from the trappings of their nefarious past lives. A lot of their brothers are either still doing time, or 6 feet underground.















GALLERY 2
RELEASE THE CROWD

Nic Bezzina

Spanning five years, five countries, and 11 unique music festivals. Music festivals across the world attract hundreds of thousands of people every year. It’s a melting pot of characters and styles brought together by their passion for live music. Music and society have always been intimately related. When they both come together, it becomes a rite of passage for many people; just one day can create memories that will last long after the stages are dismantled and the bands move on. This series turns the camera away from the bands and focuses on capturing the emotion of the individual in the crowd.






Gallery 3
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Patrick Boland

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GALLERY 4
DIGGING THE FUTURE

Matjaz Krivic

Yakuba emerges from the 50m deep hole after another gruelling 11 hour long workday underneath the panorama of eastern Burkina Faso. Unfortunately, he and his team did not manage to find any gold today … Last year his uncle and two of his friends died when a nearby mine collapsed. News? Not at all, it is a part of the everyday life in this part of the country.








ARCADE 3
DOWN THE COAST

Remy Gerega

There's little that's more synonymous with Australia than the beach. Remy Gerega is a prize-winning fine art photographer whose work showcases the stunningly beautiful kaleidoscope of colour and diversity in the Sydney coastline from an aerial perspective. Remy captures the Australian beach culture and landscapes in iconic images of locations which are all the more striking when seen from the air by helicopter.