Don Burrows & Stan d'Argeavel

Stan d'Argeavel, Anzacs, gelatin silver photograph
Stan d'Argeavel, Anzacs, gelatin silver photograph
  • Stan d'Argeavel, Anzacs, gelatin silver photograph
  • Don Burrows, Mungundi Silos, digital image

August 28 – September 16, 2008 in Café Woodworks

DON BURROWS and STAN d’ARGEAVEL
Counterpoint

Australian Living treasure Don Burrows MBE AO, Australia’s best known jazz musician and Bungendore Wood Works Gallery's Exhibition Coordinator, Stan d’Argeavel MA (Visual Arts Photomedia ANU), have been associates for over 30 years and have been producing black and white photographs for a combined total of 115 years. Don Burrows applies terms such as colour, balance, composition, contrast, texture and mood, equally to his music and his photography. Stan d’Argeavel seeks the essence of the moment and scenarios of life in the streets of many parts of the world. In this exhibition the two photographers draw on another musical term applied to photography, Counterpoint, that could be described as two voices at once, or the art of adding an accompaniment, challenging each other to complete the melody of the others individual photographs.

Opening Saturday 30th August at 7.00pm

 

Monday 31 March 2008