John Gollings is a photographer specialising in the built environment including the documentation of both ancient and modern cities around the world. He is a leading photographer of architecture and landscape architecture in Australia, and well respected internationally.
Places will be strictly limited to just 40 people. Drinks following the talk are included in ticket price.
John will showcase images of the landscapes of;
- Australian outback
- aerial Landscapes and urban parks
- variations of his Aftermath Exhibition prints
- the work of George Hargreaves, Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Tract Consultants and many others!
Attendance will offer 1.5 CPD points to claim with AILA.
Date: Thursday 30 April 2015, 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Venue: Gallery of Australian Design - 47 Jardine St Kingston ACT 2604.
Cost: $20 for AILA members, $30 for non-members
Contact: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 6248 9970 with any enquiries.
About John Gollings
John made his first photographs and received darkroom tuition at age eleven. Later he studied Arts/Architecture at Melbourne University and RMIT. By 1967 Gollings had begun work as a freelance advertising photographer specialising in fashion. This work gradually broadened into large scale location work and travel accounts.
As his contemporaries in architecture developed their practices, so the amount of architectural photography increased. He is considered one of the most interesting of Australia's architectural documenters. Characterised by strong formal composition but with a didactic, and wider, contextual viewpoint. Gollings brings the technical resources and craft skills of a very experienced photographer to a discipline which often lacks either a point of view or the ability to express it.
Visit John Gollings website
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