This Dog Barking, A graphic novel by Nicolas C. Grey that tells the life story of one of the most radical and unrecognised philosophers of the twentith century, U.G. Krishnarmurti
There’s still a few more days to view our show, New Arcadia. We are open from 8.30am - 5.30pm tomorrow so if you’re in the area you should come say hello.
The photographs above are by Joe Nigel Coleman
And….it’s up! Looking very tired from a long day hanging!
New Arcadia: Contemporary Australian Photography opens tomorrow morning at A-CH from 10am.
If you’re in the area come down to 75 Vulture St, West End, Brisbane for some coffee and cake..and of course to see a great show!
Thanks to all the artists involved, you have all truly out done yourselves!
Already missing summer.
Image by Roland Partis. See more of Roland’s work at our show this Saturday.
These are some photos that I stumbled across on the internet of the last meals of inmates on death row. I am not quite sure who took them but they have really resonated with me.
They create an almost humanising effect of someone who has taken multiple lives. Also, they are beautifully directed and shot.
Loretta Lux’s eerily enigmatic portraits of children are hauntingly mesmerizing. These cool-pastel soaked images evoke a profound strangeness. Perhaps it is the isolation of boys and girls in stark landscapes or the photographic realness and painterly disbelief. Either way, I find them rather breath taking and reminiscent of old horror movies such as The Shining and The Omen.
Some beautifully soft photographs taken by New York photographer Heidi Swanson, to brighten up your day.
And here to put us into bed tonight is our last photographer for the show, Brisbane based Sophie Richards.
We are pleased to announce ‘New Arcadia: Contemporary Australian Photography’ as our second show.
Join us in opening the show with coffee and cakes. At A-CH, 75 Vulture St, West End from 10am onwards.
Thank you to all our fans and the photographers involved for making this show possible. We hope to see you there!
The image above is by the very talented Joe Nigel Coleman