Gain a rare and exclusive insight into the intimate and defining moments of some of Australia’s most talented photographers in [thousand words], a photography exhibition in Sydney’s newest public art space, Lane Four at The Galeries.
Curated by aMBUSH Gallery in a special collaboration with William York of York Production, ten photographers have been invited to submit a single thought-provoking image, accompanied by 100 words to describe the inspiration and story behind it. These ten photographic stories make up a [thousand words].
A photo-journalistic approach to the imagery coupled with a behind-the-scenes type of storytelling, [thousand words] features images and thoughts from high profile and emerging Australian photographers including, Montalbetti + Campbell, Andrew Quilty, Tim Georgeson, Amanda Prior, Stephen Dupont, Sean Izzard, Toby Burrows, Chris Barlow, Michael Corridore and Tristan Stefan-Edouard.
Image by Tim Georgeson
Image by Stephen Dupont
[thousand words] is the latest exhibition to be hosted by Lane Four at The Galeries – a pop-up exhibition space curated by aMBUSH Gallery. Lane Four was launched in 2011 in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, attracting wider audiences to the work of both established and emerging artists alike. Already Lane Four has hosted two exhibitions, the first being the street art project, Transient, and the second entitled Rainbow City Gaze by Anthony Lister, one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists.
Exhibiting until May 2012, [thousand words] is not to be missed.
Image by Tristan Stefan-Edouard