Photographic Events April 2022

What’s on in Victoria

Danielle Edwards Convergence  To 26th June 2022

Offical opening 1st May 2022 – 2pm to 5 pm

Danielle Edwards is an Australian photographer known for her images of plants, flowers and decaying items. Her formal photographic education was in both art and science. She was a practicing clinical photographer for 28 years and has always had a passion for Art and Science. Throughout the years Danielle’s photographic passions have oscillated between the two disciplines.

Danielle’s exquisite hand crafted platinum palladium photographs maximise the tonal values captured in her works in this truely beautiful exhibition.

Platinum-palladium is regarded as the pinnacle of archival hand crafted printing. Known as Platinotype, has attracted photographic artist-practitioners since William Willis’s invention of 1873, and became the dominant process in 1900, but was commercially discontinued by 1937. The traditional method is substantially a development process, in contrast to the present version.


Coming to gold street studios

Tim Rudman   Lith  July /September 2022

Kaye Dixon Remembering the Journey Home September /November 2022

Ellie Young  – Opalotypes November/March 2023

Print Exposed 2023 March /May 2023

Craig Tuffin  THE END OF THE BEGINNING  May 2023 to July 2023

Judy Hudson July Sept 2023

Ben Healley Sept Nov 2023

William Wall  – A way of Seeing November /Jan 2024

Other Exhibitions:

LIVING IN LIGHT by John Street

The Photographic life of John Street from 1960’s to today .

 The photographer paints with light – and throughout his long career multi-award-winning John Street has always done that with the finesse of a master painter.

In Swinging 60s London, Street worked in fashion, food and product photography, gaining an international reputation in the advertising world.

After leaving the advertising world behind, Street turned to the largest of large-format photography.  Using a 20 x 24-inch grand format camera and Ilfochrome media, he began producing images of great art and beauty created with natural objects, fruit, flowers, even feathers, and light.  The images he created are true originals with no intermediate negative or transparency – yet these are still photographs “light paintings” by definition.


Helmet Newton In Focus will be a definitive exploration of the work and life of visionary German-born photographer, Helmut Newton. This exhibition will delve into Newton’s early life and career, shining a light on his Jewish roots and life in Berlin, his flight from Germany at the outbreak of WWII and his eventual internment at Tatura in regional Victoria as an enemy alien. It will also explore his post-war life and work in Melbourne and share details of his relationship with his Australian-born wife, the acclaimed actress, artist and photographer June Newton, who worked under the pseudonym Alice Springs.

Having over 200 objects and images on display, 78 of which are original Newton photographs, complimented by items on loan from the State Library of Victoria, State Library of New South Wales, the Powerhouse Museum, National Archives Australia, RMIT Design Archives and private lenders, among many others. These exquisite objects throughout 2022 to tell the story of the iconic Helmut Newton.

HELMUT NEWTON: In Focus is presented in collaboration with PHOTO 2022 International Festival of Photography which runs from 29 April – 22 May, 2022. Jewish Museum of Australia 26 Alma RoadSt Kilda, VIC  3182


Four Colour Carbon on Glass – the black ink made from carbon emissions in India

As a designer, photographer and artist, George Angelovski is dedicated to the creative and to making. He was educated at the Swinburne University of Technology and Transart Institute for Creative Research (an academic partnership with the University of Plymouth). Selected exhibitions include the Martin Kantor Portrait Prize (2021), Fotonostrum (2021), Singapore Art Week (2021), Olive Cotton Award (2019), Fisher’s Ghost Art Award (2019), and Globelight – new art+light festival (2013, 2014) with honourable mentions in Julia Margaret Cameron Award (2020), San Francisco Bay International Photography Awards (2020) and International Photography Awards IPA (2020, 2018).

Glowing Structures Gallery, 541 Chapel Street, SOUTH YARRA!/contact-us

David Tatnall  interview in the On Landscape magazine is now free to view:
View Camera Australia Blog – a blog dedicated to large format and darkroom photographers in Australia. Edited by David Tatnall.

 Hand Magazine entries More Info

NAVA – Check this web site for current grant and prizes

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