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APPA 2009

17th July 2009 | News
Leonie Keogh

Leonie Keogh

Congratulations to Leonie Keogh and Hilary Wardhaugh who between them won two gold and five silver (one with distinction) awards for prints submitted to the Canon APPA (AIPP Professional Photography Awards) 2009. (more…)

1200º – Lyndy Delian

1st July 2009 | Exhibitions
Untitled - Lyndy Delian

Untitled - Lyndy Delian

Lyndy’s 2009 NAIDOC Week exhibition 1200º has its roots in a Canberra Glassworks residency shared with other Indigenous artists and supported under the ACT Indigenous Strategic Arts Initiative. The exhibition includes images made in the course of the residency showing artists at work. (more…)

No Need of a Name – Chris Holly

29th May 2009 | Exhibitions
unnamed 5 - Chris Holly

unnamed 5 - Chris Holly

Chris Holly’s exhibition of rare Antarctic images opens at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) Library on Thursday 4th June and runs to 1st July. The opening by David Paterson will be held on 4th June at 5:30pm for 6:00pm. The exhibition can be viewed during normal library hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-9pm, Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday/Sunday 1pm-5pm. (more…)

Access All Areas 2009

11th May 2009 | Exhibitions
Postcard from Braidwood 3 - Belinda Pratten

Postcard from Braidwood 3 - Belinda Pratten

The PhotoAccess Members’ Show for 2009 opens at PhotoAccess, Manuka Arts Centre on 14th May and continues until 5th June. The official opening will be held at 6pm on 14th May.

The artists represented with prints by Macquarie Editions are Richard Arculus, Richard Barwick, Stephen Best, Robert Burne, David Chalker, Jane Dempster, Heidi Gill, Deborah Hamilton, Lauren Hewitt, Bronwyn Jewell, Belinda Pratten, Jocelyn Rosen, Lorna Sim, Tony Stewart and Ed Whalan. (more…)

Dumb-founded – Kathleen Fisher

16th April 2009 | Exhibitions
Orange Blossom Bride - Kathleen Fisher

Orange Blossom Bride - Kathleen Fisher

Kathleen’s haunting exploration of the world of mannequins includes meticulously hand-coloured (in Photoshop) images captured over a period of years with toy, 35mm film and cheap digital cameras.

Dumb-founded explores the fate of clothing mannequins after they’ve expired their fashion used-by dates. Some are overhauled or snapped up by collectors. Others are demoted to junk stores or displays in small-town museums. And the utterly wretched are discarded as a jumble of limbs. Whatever happens, their role is revised — instead of telling stories about fashion, they act out new scenarios, ones with entirely new meanings. Even though this series is documentary, my camera is overtly subjective, and the result is a theme of femininity … tragic, dissatisfied, exaggerated and totally fake.” (more…)

First Impressions – David Bruce

15th April 2009 | Exhibitions
Still Waiting - David Bruce

Still Waiting - David Bruce

First Impressions is the culmination of photographic work from David’s first year on moving to Canberra and represents a departure from an earlier more literal documentary style of landscape photography. With this selection he is aiming to create “a sense of recognition with some things that are familiar and a feeling of curiosity for those that are not”. (more…)

Aardenburg Imaging & Archives reports

6th April 2009 | News


Macquarie Editions is now a professional subscriber to Aardenburg Imaging & Archives image permanence research. Aardenburg conducts independent accelerated aging testing of digital printmaking inksets and substrates. Reports of the results are available to subscribers and their clients. (more…)

Wilhelm Imaging Research Print Permanence Ratings

15th February 2009 | News

Wilhelm Imaging Research, a respected authority on the display life of photographic prints using different technologies, has just published their (preliminary) report on the Epson Stylus Pro 7900 and UltraChrome HDR inks. You can download the report from here. (more…)

One Shot!

29th January 2009 | Exhibitions
Kelpy - Bob Byrne

Kelpy - Bob Burne

An exhibition by eleven prominent ACT-based photographers will open at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre on Tuesday 3 February at 6pm.

Each photographer was invited to submit just one of their photographs that holds a special significance for them. With no size restrictions, each one will be presented unframed, borderless and pinned to the wall. The eleven shots chosen are particularly strong and provide some important insights into what photographers seek in their own work.

The exhibition will be opened by TAC Director, Domenic Mico and runs to Thursday 26 February. (more…)

Canson Infinity BFK Rives

19th January 2009 | Papers

This is a beautiful paper. Canson claim a 500 year history for Rives BFK as a traditional printmaking and drawing paper. This mould-made, 100% cotton, 310gsm paper has a vellum texture and a warmth that adds class to images that will benefit from its subtle but distinctive character. (Where more neutrality is required Arches Velin Museum Rag is probably preferable.) (more…)