The quiet observer. Self-taught photographer Elizabeth Looker’s captures convey a deep relationship with her subject, as though she’s known and waited for them, and this moment, for years. Her black and white still, Life Dancers, earned her the 2016 National Photographic Portrait Prize earlier this year – and this month Looker presents solo exhibition, Introspective, at Fremantle’s J Shed Bathers Beach art precinct: a collection of men and women in movement, solitary owls and sleeping infants. The exhibition runs until November 30.
Motherhood and continual transition shape Melbourne-based artist Bec Smith’s return to Sydney’s Saint Cloche gallery for her latest solo exhibition, Cameos.
What would you take to a deserted island? If you visit Lizard Island: just something to play Elliot Smith on and a healthy appetite for Dom Pérignon and lobster rolls.
From lagoon sunsets to tropical forests, founder and designer Chloe Dunlop takes us behind the scenes of She Made Me’s new campaign shoot in Vanuatu.