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Whether you are an amateur photographer or a professional photographer, PhotoGraff exhibition is not to be missed.
Photo courtesy of Art Atrium
PhotoGraff embodies the work of Sydney-based artists Garry Trinh and Jason Wing. Trinh has Chinese and Vietnamese ancestry by cultural background while Wing has Chinese and Aboriginal background. They are both inspired by surroundings within the urban environment. Through the culmination of their respective artistic sensibilities, photography and graffiti/stencil art, you'll be brought into their worlds of culture, beauty and wonderment. With their difference in cultural background, this exhibition presents their personal exploration and perspective of the world through their wonderful work.
The exhibition launch with the artists is to be opened by Djon Mundine OAM, who is a curator, writer, artist and activist, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm on Saturday 12 May 2012 at Art Atrium.
PhotoGraff Exhibition is currently showing at Art Atrium until 26 May
PhotoGraff is part of the 2012 Head On Photo Festival. Head On Photo Festival is Sydney's major innovative showcase for Australian portrait photography, featuring a wide array of new and traditional photographic practices.
The exhibition will be finished by a Closing Party & Artists' talk, which will be held on Saturday 26 May between 2pm and 4pm. Facilitated by Nicholas Tsoutas, 'Artists in Conversation' includes Panel speakers Aaron Seeto, Dr Thomas Berghuis, Garry Trinh, Jason Wing, Amanda Muscat. This will be a great opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the work.
Mark them in your calendar to ensure that you won't miss out in your weekend activity list.