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BIFB13: Adelaide Photographic Artists exhibition « Previous | |Next »
August 16, 2013

I've been on a road trip for the last two weeks experiencing some very dodgy and flakey internet connections. We have just arrived in Ballarat for the Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2013, which opens tomorrow. We stay here for three days then return to Adelaide before going on a phototrip to the upper west coast of Eyre Peninsula.

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Gary Sauer-Thompson, Beach Hut, Mt Martha, Melbourne, 2012

One of the Fringe programmes in the CBD is the Dark Exhibition by the Adelaide Photographic Artists on the ground floor of the Mechanics Institute Building 117 Sturt St. It will open tomorrow at 12.15 pm. The "DARK" artists are, Alice Blanch, Marc D Bowden, Sandra Elms, Hilary Hann, Terry Hann, Tony Kearney, Suzanne Laslett, Craigh Marsden, Danica Gacesa McLean, Jennifer Sando, and Gary Sauer-Thompson.

There is a book that includes more work than the exhibition and a website. My photography---the Queenstown series--- on the website can be seen here.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 3:48 PM |