Predominantly Orange at Paper Trail ( a small press huddle)

Paper Trail, organised by Hard Workers Club and Smalltime Books, will assemble together the best of Independent Press publishers, stockists, and distributors. During approximately six hours, stallholders (Smalltime Books, Motto MelbournePerimeter Books, Knowledge Editions to name a few) will showcase arts and photo zines, books, and even miscellany and celebrate printed works with the public. 

My self-published book Predominantly Orange will be on display and available.

Magic Johnston

27-29 Johnston Street, Collingwood

December 1st - 2nd, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The Photography Room

The Photography Room, a small but sincere photography gallery founded by my former colleague Sean Davey on the outskirts of Canberra, will celebrate its first year with a group show that includes two images from my ongoing Landmarks series, including Untitled (Baraganyatti bales) 2007, and Semaphore Signal (Yanderra NSW) 2008.

Semaphore Signal (Yanderra NSW) 2008 - 60cm x 60cm pure pigment print

Untitled (Baraganyatti bales) 2007 - 60cm x 60cm pure pigment print

Twenty years of restoring sight

Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology, The Fred Hollows Foundation and the Australian Embassy present Australia and Nepal: 20 Years of Restoring Sight, a showcase of photographs celebrating the 20th Anniversary year of The Fred Hollows Foundation. Looking through the eyes of accomplished photographers Michael Amendolia, Jon Reid, Ami Vitale, Anne Crawford, Penny Bradfield, Ray Martin and Satish Sharma, the exhibition explores the journey of Tilganga and its work in Nepal and the region over the past two decades.

Venue: Siddhartha Gallery 

Baber Mahal Revisited
Babar Mahal 

Kathmandu Nepal

October 9-17 2012

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