Scanlan Theodore and artist Bill Henson continue their creative relationship with photography series Oneiroi. Priceless artefacts from the Melbourne Hellenic Museum’s Gods, Myths & Mortals exhibition take on new significance through Henson’s lense, in his adept manipulation of light and shadow. To celebrate the installation, Scanlan Theodore, in collaboration with Henson, have published a limited edition book documenting the dreamlike portraits, captivating without need for explanation. In Henson’s words, “ambiguity is always at the centre of an interesting experience because this causes us to question, to wonder why a thing holds our attention”. And in this fascinating collision of history, art and fashion, his theory rings true.
From 10pm AEST September 24, you’ll have your very own front row seat to one of the most hyped and anticipated shows of the season.
Siesta optional. Ashley Graham, pasta invitations and a feeling of calm at Silvia Venturini Fendi’s last show as creative director of womenswear.
Coach Forever – Mixing past, present and future.