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Alain Otto – Solo Exhibition

June 18 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

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An event every day that begins at 11:00 am, repeating until June 26, 2022

Alain Otto’s Solo Photographic Exhibition:

Alain’s 40 years in Fremantle has strongly highlighted the deep attachment that Australians have for the land especially driven by Aboriginal people and their ancestors , they have given us the great gift of connection to their land through stories, traditions and culture.

As a European he could not help to notice the contrast with Australia as our connections lie mostly with monuments, castles, cathedrals and moments in history, this gave Alain great inspiration to use the beautiful light of the Australian west and show the beauty that lies around us, this ancient land is our biggest treasure.

This is eloquently supported by Sir David Attenborough when he says:
“IT SEEMS TO ME THAT THE NATURAL WORLD IS THE GREATEST SOURCE OF EXCITEMENT; THE GREATEST SOURCE OF VISUAL BEAUTY, THE GREATEST SOURCE OF INTELLECTUAL INTEREST. IT IS THE GREATEST SOURCE OF SO MUCH IN LIFE THAT MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING” – Sir David Attenborough

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Details

Date:
June 18
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Event Category:
www.artmarxgallery.com.au

Venue

Art Marx Gallery
15 high street
Fremantle, WA 6160 Australia
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Phone:
0423148300
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Organizer

Art Marx Gallery
Email:
info@artmarxgallery.com.au
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Email address of event organiser
info@artmarxgallery.com.au
Name of user listing event
James Morris