Posted by kluster on April 21, 2009
The startling Tracy Moffatt, along with Fiona Morris, Tamara Dean, Bindi Cole and others, will be exhibiting her work at the ACP, as part of Inheritance and Head On: Alternative Portraits. The events open to the public on Friday 1st May.
When we were first introduced to Tracey Moffatts’ work, during our heady university years, the stylised pieces blew our under-developed creative minds. Nowadays, post years of artistic exposure, of honing our tastes and developing a firm grip on what it is that makes the art-appreciation section of our inner cranium tick, our reaction to our work remains unchanged. Moffatt still inspires an entirely unique reaction in us. In short, she still blows her mind.
Image courtsey of ACP.
Posted by kluster on March 17, 2009
Fancy yourself the next Bruce Gilden, David Gibson or Otto Snoek? A burgeoning street-photography talent, bursting at the seams with creative though but with no real idea how to harness said talent to produce something tangible?
Solution: ACP in Sydney is running a 10-week course in street photography. The classes, lead by Sydney photographer Marco Bok, not only teach students the best way to work tacitly in public, they also deal with the all-important issue of overcoming your public-sphere-photography fear.
Photo by Marcus Bok