This May, the highly anticipated “Wide Eyed Live” exhibition is making its comeback, after two successful years, with a spin in a different direction: Wide Eyed Live Vol.3 will be Australia’s first all female Live Music photography exhibition, directing its focus away from a strongly male dominated music industry. The showcase is based around some of Sydney’s most dedicated female photographers, who continuously rough it out in the photo pits, to capture the most vibrant shots from the current music scene and beyond.
Continue reading Exhibition News : Wide Eyed Live 3 in Sydney – May 2016
Alex Crombie-Van Ewyk is a young Brisbane artist with a strong interest in Japanese culture and tradition, and passion for colour and design. In the garden of Alex is an art exhibition of artwork is based on nature and the gardens.
Continue reading Art Exhibition: “In the garden of Alex” – Richard Randall Studio, Mt Coot-tha – 16/17 April 2016
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) today launched the critically acclaimed exhibition celebrating one of the most influential artists in music, film and video, fashion and performance. David Bowie is comes to ACMI from London’s Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) for a strictly limited season from 16 July 2015 as part of the Victorian Government’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series.
Continue reading Exhibition : David Bowie is…
“The ACCREDITED” brought to you by Young Henrys
Curated by Onur Karaozbek, Rohan Anderson and Kierra Thorn
Also featuring: Toby Taylor, Alicia Stephenson, Brandon Voight, Andrew Pittman, Ben Hosking, Gwendolyn Lee, Anette Geneva, Clinton Bryant, Pete Coates, Liam Cameron, Nick Lalak, Jared Leibowitz, Dan Turner, Kevin Bull, Rhiannon Hopley, Cameron D’Antone and Mick Goddard.
Continue reading Exhibition | “The ACCREDITED” – Group Exhibition by Sydney’s dirtiest live events photographers | July 30 – August 10, 2014
Matt Palmer’s passion for live music and photography took him from shooting in small, sweaty clubs to the massive stages of festivals like Big Day Out.
Now the award-winning photographer presents the best of his work in the stunning exhibition Images of Note. It spans six years of live music in Australia, in Brisbane and the Gold Coast. It features music legends Iggy Pop, Pearl Jam and Metallica along with some of Australia’s biggest names, from Nick Cave to Powderfinger and Robert Forster of The Go-Betweens, and captures future stars in the ascendant like Gotye and Paramore. If this was a festival, it would be the line-up of a lifetime.
Continue reading Exhibition: Matt Palmer | Images of Note
Is there beauty in the marks people make on the land? Renowned Canadian photographer, Edward Burtynsky seeks the answer when the Western Australian Museum brings his exhibition, Australian Minescapes to Brisbane Powerhouse from Friday 13 August to Sunday 19 September. Continue reading Australian Minescapes – An Exhibition by Edward Burtynsky @ Brisbane Powerhouse, Aug-Sep 2010
|OPENING NIGHT- 18+ FRIDAY 16 JULY. 5PM- LATE. Also open for viewing Monday/Tuesday 19th and 20th 7am- 5pm (ALL AGES)
Bleeding Heart Gallery is pleased to announce that it will be playing host to “In a Van: Violent Soho,” an exhibition by Brisbane-based photojournalist, Brad Marsellos.
Photographer: Naomi Rahim – Design & Photography
Photographer: Naomi Rahim – Design & Photography
Naomi Rahim – Design & Photography attended the opening night of Tim Burton: The Exhibition @ ACMI Melbourne, capturing the action on the red carpet and bringing you her wonderful images of The Exhibition.
Explore the creative genius behind Edward Scissorhands, Batman and Alice in Wonderland.
From June to October 2010, ACMI hosts a unique exhibition direct from The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York. An Australian exclusive, Tim Burton: The Exhibition is a landmark exhibition charting Tim Burton’s creative vision and process from his earliest work to the spectacular Alice in Wonderland.
Continue reading Tim Burton: The Exhibition @ MoMA, Melbourne Jun-Oct 2010
|Drawing from the NGV ’s Collection of Australian Fashion and Textiles, Australian Made: 100 Years of Fashion will look at the rise fashion in Australia from the 1850s to 1950s. The exhibition will include some rare early examples of labelled garments from the mid 19th century and a range of dresses, tailored items and accessories that were made and retailed in Australia during this period.
Fashion has played a vital role in Australia since first European settlement. Whether reflecting status and position in a newly formed society, or exhibiting new found wealth and flamboyance, the language of fashion was of the utmost importance for the burgeoning Australian society.
Brisbane Powerhouse Presents
Rock And Roll: An Exhibition Of Music Photography By Stephen Booth
Since the mid 1990s, Stephen has been a fixture at literally hundreds of live shows, capturing the excitement and energy through his lens. All up, he’s taken more than 30,000 images and, throughout March 2010, his favourite 50 will be on display at Brisbane Powerhouse as part of a unique exhibition simply called “Rock and Roll”. There’s no doubting that over the past few decades Brisbane has grown into a true music town. And few people have been there to see the city’s evolution quite like acclaimed music photographer Stephen Booth. Since the mid 1990s, Stephen has been a fixture at literally hundreds of live shows, capturing the excitement and energy through his lens. All up, he’s taken more than 30,000 images and, throughout March 2010, his favourite 50 will be on display at Brisbane Powerhouse as part of a unique exhibition simply called “Rock and Roll”. The photos featured in this very special show range from intimate gigs in long lost venues, through to huge stadium extravaganzas – from a punk show in a car park to U2 in an enormodome. “Rock and Roll” will rekindle those musical memories we all have. Don’t miss it.
Continue reading Rock And Roll: An Exhibition Of Music Photography By Stephen Booth
Walkley Foundation presents
Nikon Walkley Photographic Awards 2010
The Nikon-Walkley Photographic Awards recognise the invaluable contribution of press photography to the Australian news media. From capturing split-second sights to documenting people, places and communities over time: press photographers chronicle the world around us. Every year more than 1000 photographs are judged for selection in the awards. The exhibition will showcase more than 100 works by Australia’s best photojournalists shortlisted for the Awards. Tragedy and triumph, elation and devastation: this exhibition shows the big moments of the year in news.
Mon 1st – Sun 28th February 2010
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat + Sun 10am – 4pm
For more information go to www.brisbanepowerhouse.org
|New QPAC exhibition showcases Aussie cult musician
Delving behind the music and into Cave’s imagination and the sources of his unique vision through original lyrics, notebooks, artwork, photography and books; as well as objects from the musician’s own library and office, Nick Cave – the exhibition is on at the Tony Gould Gallery at QPAC Museum, from 24 March to 9 May 2009.
… featuring local music photographers Dane Beesley, Stephen Booth, Justin Edwards, Kylie Keene, Aaron Sammut, Elleni Toumpas, James Adams, Kristen Ashton, Joshua Collings, Josh Woning, Charlyn Cameron, Chris James, Stuart Blythe and more.
UnderExposed is an exhibition featuring some of the best – established and emerging – music photographers in Brisbane. Bringing together those select shooters who have captured the visual side of Brisbane’s aural history – be it with emerging local bands, or international ones – UnderExposed aims to showcase that fleeting moment in time where a subject, ordinarily so intense and public, is caught in a period of stillness and reflection: the essence of the show, the artist, encapsulated in that one shot.
Continue reading UnderExposed: An Exhibition by Brisbane Music Photographers: 17 April – 4 May 2009
Last night we saw Butterfingers and Avalon Drive in the first of the Nova Live and Loud @ Ekka series of concerts at the Brisbane Ekka. These concerts are perfect in combination with an amazing array of activities and events that make the Brisbane Ekka such a magical experience.
Tonight (Saturday 9 August 2008) it’s Regurgitator with Yves Klein Blue from 7pm
Since releasing their first self titled EP in late 2004, Regurgitator has received national and international success touring the all over the world with particular success in Europe and Asia. Regurgitator has recorded their albums all over the world with their sixth and latest album Love and Paranoia recorded in Brazil. Indie Punk band Yves Klein Blue was the product of the four members love of Led Zeppelin forged in high school. Their current album Yves Klein Blue Draw Attention to Themselves was recorded in Brisbane and Byron Bay and was released in April this year.