From the sheer outline of Calla Lilies leaning delicately in profile to the perfect symmetry of a lone Banksia, Jacqui Dean is much less interested in the hue of a flower’s petals than she is in what lies beneath. Through the use of Xrayograms, the Sydney-based architectural and fine-art photographer strips back the layers of her subjects, a selection of Australian flora, to reveal their structural core in exquisite black and white renderings. A collection of her artworks will be on display in her latest exhibition, Translucence, at Sydney’s Black Eye Gallery until September 11.
Everything you need to know about Loewe’s ninth exhibition at this year’s PHotoEspaña International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts.
“Your mind will answer most questions if you learn to relax.” Find yourself at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, Vietnam.
“I’m in the business of visual storytelling.” We follow creative director and stylist Stephanie Stamatis on a sourcing trip to Mediterranean Wholesalers, with her essential R.M.Williams Saddle bag.