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Photographer: Stephen Booth

Photo of Arcade Fire taken by Stephen Booth

Something about music photography is truly captivating, the reflection and intimacy that is gained through freezing such intense emotion has always grabbed me. UnderExposed is an exhibition featuring some of the best – established and emerging – music photographers in Brisbane. Bringing together those select shooters who have captured the visual side of Brisbane’s aural history – be it with emerging local bands, or international ones – UnderExposed aims to showcase that fleeting moment in time where a subject, ordinarily so intense and public, is caught in a period of stillness and reflection: the essence of the show, the artist, encapsulated in that one shot. There will be live music throughout the exhibition as well as photography workshops. The exhibition runs from this Friday – April 17 – to May 4 at Joshua Levi Galleries in Woolloongabba.



Opens Fri Apr 17, 6-9pm. Show runs until May 4.

Joshua Levi Galleries, 4 Ipswich Rd, Woolloongabba

How much:
Forum and workshops – $58, all 6 shows – $74, single gig – $17, exhibition – free

Photo credit:
Photo of Arcade Fire by Stephen Booth

Yours in Design,

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