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