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Archive for Headon 2012


Mark Bassett, Louise Cooper and Gary Pullar - Themes and Variations- HeadOn Festival 2012

– posted by Kerry

Jennifer McNamara, Director Art Est. Gallery invites you, your family and friends to the opening of an exhibition as part of the
Head On Photo Festival 2012

Mark Bassett, Louise Cooper and Gary Pullar - Themes and Variations

Opening with the artists, 6-8pm, Thursday 10 May 2012

Exhibition dates: 3-15 May 2012

Art Est. brings together the work of three photo artists: Mark Bassett, Louise Cooper and Gary Pullar.
Each artist explores their subject matter in widely differing ways.
One focuses on settings in Parisian streets, one in barber's shops, and one domestic locales and common objects.
Each will speak to their audience in differing tones, reflecting the complexity
and variety of the human visual experience.


Meyer Gallery - HeadOn 2012

– posted by Sally

Lots of great exhibitions taking place this month in Sydney as part of HeadOn 2012 Festival.

Have a look at what Meyer Gallery is presenting.


maunsell wickes- HeadOn Photo Festival 2012

– posted by Kerry

Opening drinks with the artists, Tuesday 1 May 6- 8 pm

Exhibition runs 1-20 May, 2012.

The exhibition will be opened be Simon Mordant AM Chairman Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Australian Commissioner for 2013 Venice Biennale.

at barry stern galleries.

19 Glenmore Road

Paddington nsw 2021


See Jane Run

– posted by Sally

See Jane Run is a new photographic project exploring gender roles, beauty ideals and body image. Established by four female photographers – Emma Phillips, Julie Sundberg, Anna Warr and Fiona Wolf – our aim for this project is to evoke dialogue about how we see and perceive ourselves, and how society and the media influences that perception, especially towards women.

Our first group show, See Jane Run, is a featured exhibition in the 2012 Head On Photo Festival, opening at Depot ll, Danks St, Sydney on May 15th. We have each sought to examine issues of gender roles and body image, through our own unique approach and photographic style. We hope the shake up the traditional roles and media portrayals of both men and women. All money raised from this show is being donated to the White Ribbon Foundation, Australia's campaign to stop violence against women.

Our blog gives you a little more to read, with guest authors talking about gender roles and the influence media has had on female body image.

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