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South Australian photography: Grant Hancock « Previous | |Next »
September 2, 2013

Grant Hancock is a successful commercial photographer who has done a study of rock abstracts that continues the marginal tradition of abstractions from nature in Australian photography.

The Parker series of toned black and white images of weathered rocks is entitled Illusions of Place:

HancockGrockabstract.jpg Grant Hancock Parker Inlet, Otway Ranges, Victoria, 2009

I know little about this series other than what is on Hancock's website. It was exhibited during the 2013 SALA festival in South Australia.

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