Gallery Red, Extended Mileage

Matthew Syres
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Matthew Syres is a commercial, fine art and documentary wedding photographer with a focus on the environment, animal rights and social justice issues. In this exhibition Matthew once again demonstrates his love for photography and his surroundings.
“Since my teenage years I have been obsessed with a photographs ability to record a moment in time. The light, never quite the same twice, the natural elements will grow or decay, people and the built environment transform and age. My perceptions also alter; the way I see a subject, or visualise a result, changes with my own mood, thoughts, or inspiration.”

Photographer Matthew Syres returns to Gallery Red to further explore a photographic journey through three states and over three and a half thousand kilometers. All images are rendered in toned black and white and printed on archival bamboo paper.

Matthew Syres is a commercial, fine art and documentary wedding photographer with a focus on the environment, animal rights and social justice issues. In this exhibition, Matthew once again demonstrates his love for photography and his surroundings.

“Since my teenage years I have been obsessed with a photographs ability to record a moment in time. The light, never quite the same twice, the natural elements will grow or decay, people and the built environment transform and age. My perceptions also alter; the way I see a subject, or visualise a result, changes with my own mood, thoughts, or inspiration.”

 

This event has concluded
Dates:
Hours:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 25/05/2012 8:00 am
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