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‘Beautiful South’ is an exhibition of 9 Australian photographers at the 8th Gallery at CLASKA, Tokyo. Drawing a collection of lively Australian photographers, the participants demonstrate a powerfully suggestive humanism. The nine participants; Emmanuel Angelicas, Kevin Balantine, Michael Gray, Lozzlo, Max Pam, Jack Pam, Michelle Taylor, Dr. Juha Tolonen, Toni Wilkinson, are some of Australia’s most important art photographers. Although there is not an over-arching theme, each photographer has chosen samples of their work which share a photographic commitment to contemporary urban and rural life and to their relationships with their subjects. In their diverse worlds their virtuosity celebrates the potential of the photographic medium, and presents unique documentary imagery in choreographed scenography
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