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Catching Up?

As I prepare yet more paperwork for auditing purposes, I realised that my entries here have lapsed somewhat.
I visited several key exhibitions here in Australia and several exciting and contemporary ones in Japan.
Firstly there was the Trent Parke Exhibition in Adelaide, a whole days worth of work, a very prolific artist is Trent Parke.
Then there was the exhibition in Sydney, Australia 7 Photography, curated by, Judy Annear and hosted at the AGNSW. This one left me a bit disappointed as it seems more about Judy's cleaver curation than any ideas about Australia and Australian photography. [6 hours]. I also looked at a great body of work by Damien Drew, called Everywhere was wherever, some great travel/road/urban landscape photography. [1 hour]
In japan I spen a whole day trawling galleries in Shinjuku, and I lost count of the shows and the photographers, but I was impressed particularly by the analogue culture in Tokyo and possibly Japan.
[6 hours]

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