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Photography reviewer CON BOEKEL visits Catherine Rogers' exhibition "Evidence and the Visible".
CON BOEKEL reviews three photographic exhibitions that explore relations between humans and other animals.
A CANBERRA mother is the overall winner of the “In.Site” photographic awards for her photo of gas technician husband Ty’s embrace of his six-year-old son Blake.
Braidwood photographer Frank Lindner has won the Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council’s $5000 Acquisitive Art Award for a portrait artwork, “Virus Prepper”.
"Occasionally an exhibition comes along that is close to the bone for deeply personal reasons. 'Between Hope and Despair' by Natasha Fijn is one such," write photography reviewer CON BOEKEL.
A new photographic exhibition on at the ANU puts the spotlight on the question of racism in our country.
Photography reviewer CON BOEKEL was pretty impressed with a book about moths in the ACT.
Photography reviewer CON BOEKEL looks at three books about Canberra.
Photography reviewer CON BOEKEL reviews the work of three artists who "are truly alive by their photography".
Photography critic CON BOEKEL has artistic misgivings, but still reckons there plenty to enjoy in "Canberra Raiders 40 Years in the Limelight".
CON BOEKEL reviews a photo exhibition that is intended “to showcase some of the region’s most exciting new photographers and photo-media artists”.
CON BOEKEL reviews a photographic exhibition about trees, some of the great trees of Canberra.
Canberrans have a rare opportunity to enjoy the juxtaposition of works by two artists with connections to Canberra: Brenda L Croft and Sidney Nolan, writes reviewer CON BOEKEL.
Melbourne artist Kristina Kraskov’s image of Michelle, the self-styled “suburban fashionista”, has won the 2021 National Photographic Portrait Prize People’s Choice Award,
“The Pandy Shuffle” is like life: a box of chocolates, says reviewer CON BOEKEL.
"The beauty of the subjects, the high level of photographic skills, good taste, and good curation combine to deliver an aesthetically pleasing result. It is community resilience in action. It lifts the spirit. CON BOEKEL reviews "Recovery".
CON BOEKEL reviews a new exhibition by Brenda L Croft at the Canberra Museum and Gallery.
Photography reviewer CON BOEKEL argues through four artists' work their exhibitions show us that art is not an optional extra.
Reviewer CON BOEKEL says that while this is one of the best online exhibitions he has encountered, attending a digital exhibition is a "solitary virtue".