Geoffrey Dunn photos – ‘through a glass, clearly’

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CANBERRA fine art and portrait photographer, Geoffrey Dunn, has reminded “CityNews” of his exhibition still running at The Front Gallery until September 29.

Dunn, 'Haig Park Oculus Edition'
Dunn, ‘Haig Park Oculus Edition’

The show, titled “Through a Glass Clearly” features photographs exploring a range of styles and genres “from the small and fleeting to the grand and timeless” and get its name in part from a collection of four short stories by Isaac Asimov first published in 1967, Dunn says. In the first story, “It’s Such a Beautiful Day”, set in a future society grown agoraphobic, a door malfunction leads a boy to venture outside into the natural world for the first time.

The title also refers to the act of taking photographs … capturing an essence of a scene through a glass, clearly!

“Through a Glass Clearly” at The Front Gallery, 1 Wattle Place, Lyneham, until September 29.

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