The ocean, without orientation by shore or horizon, is a perennial shape shifter – a thing of constant flux – living, morphing, never repeating. Without context or bearing, the surface landscape of the sea becomes whatever the moment tells us it is – an abstraction of nature disjunct from its typical frame of reference. Art photographer Bartolomeo Celestino has been revisiting a particular spot on Sydney’s coast with his large-format camera and pointing its lens at the vastness below, day in, day out, for years. Each shot in the series that makes up Surface Phenomena – his first book and latest exhibition – tells the story of one of these singular moments, in one of these days, in the dynamic life of the Australian ocean. Surface Phenomena will run from July 6 to 26 at Sydney’s Olsen Irwin Gallery.
With a style we can’t get enough off, Melbourne based multidisciplinary artist Kiri-Una Brito Meumann shows us how she dresses up and down with some of Emporium Melbourne’s luxury brands.
Get back to where you once belonged. Sydney-based photographer Holly Gibson revisits her roots and captures her heritage trip to Ireland.
My Chameleon, the widely beloved digital fashion atelier presents MC Gallery, an online platform featuring the works of local and international artists in signature MC style.