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    Brisbane Landsacpe photography Exhibition @ QCP

    Hello everyone,

    Im a new member on here and saw this exhibition in the newspaper today. Im going to visit it next week @ QCP which is in southbank sought of near QAG and GOMA if you dont know brisbane very well...

    the dates are 21 January - 19 February.

    [top]Siegfried Manietta 'Survey Exhibition: 40 Years of Photography

    http://www.qcp.org.au/exhibitions/current/album-690/28



    Anyways wanted to share and Ill let you know what I thought of it...


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    I'm planning on going in on Wednesday with my wife and friend, and I will have a look at Matisse exhibition too. I went to a talk given by Siegfried last Wednesday at The Masters Apprentices, very interesting person and lovely photos.He was inspired in his work by looking at Fred Williams land scape paintings. I have a bit of a hearing problem but I think he said he uses a Rollieflex, 21/4 square film camera, which of course has a viewfinder at the top so it's held at about waist level and gives him a different perspective of scenes.
    his web site http://siegfriedmanietta.com/
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    I went to have a look at this exhibition last week, not a lot of prints but they are mostly big, 20" square at least, chromogenic prints, very interesting.
    Not your normal scenic landscapes.
    Only open till the 19th but anyone in Brisbane,probably worth visiting.

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