Exhibitions

Never So Visible
AISHAH KENTON | OVIDIU GORDAN | SANCINTYA MOHINI SIMPSON | SPIRO MIRALIS | SOHAM GUPTA | ZHU MO

12 February - 14 April 2022

Northsite Contemporary Arts Bulmba-ja Arts Centre

96 Abbott Street, Cairns Queensland 4870 

Australia 

Never So Visible proposes the importance of personal experience and investigation in photography through the inclusion of six visual artists working with the medium. Diverse histories, environments and experiences converge in the gallery space, revealing six approaches to personal photography practice from all over the world; from India to China, Romania to Australia. With shared philosophies and appreciations, the chosen artists present elements of personal intimacy and engagement with their subjects, connecting themselves – and the viewers – with who and what is important to them.

This exhibition has been curated for NorthSite by Pacific Centre for Photographic Arts.

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PCPA has extensive experience curating and producing photography exhibitions.

Exhibitions promote inclusion, participation and enjoyment for photographers and subjects alike. Exhibitions bring individuals and communities together to celebrate the creative endeavours and provide inspiration for people to pick up a camera and start their own journey in the arts.

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Solomon Islands after RAMSI, NSW Parliament House, NSW (2018). Commissioned by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Photographs by facilitator Sean Davey and students at Charnwood-Dunlop School (kindergarten to year six), made during a six-week ArtsACT artist residency at the school in 2015. Exhibited at Belconnen Arts Centre, ACT (23 September - 15 October 2017).

Second Exit by Aishah Kenton at Goulburn Regional Gallery, NSW (2019).

Port Moresby|Second Contact by Sean Davey at Huw Davies Gallery, PhotoAccess, Canberra, Australia. 30 April - 24 May (2015).

'One, Another' by Aishah Kenton and Sean Davey in the 2020 Contour 556 biennial sculpture exhibition in Canberra, ACT.

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