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Pop Up Exhibition
Sonia II © Robyn Beeche

Pop Up Exhibition

Robyn Beeche » Tom Evangelidis » Sandro Miller » Frank Ockenfels 3 » Mclean Stephenson »

Exhibition: 25 Oct – 5 Nov 2016


45 Flinders Ln
VIC 3000 Melbourne
Tue-Fri 11-17, Sat 12-16

Blackeye Gallery

3/138 Darlinghurst Road- Darlinghurst
NSW 2010 Sydney

02-8084 7541


Tue-Sun 10-18

Renowned Sydney photographic gallery, Black Eye Gallery comes fortyfivedownstairs for an exciting pop up exhibition!

The exhibition will include full works from the famed Sandro Miller’s (US) “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters”, a diverse portrait series by Frank Ockenfels (US), as well as pieces from the late Robyn Beeche’s Fade to Black, Tom Evangelidis’s Façade, Mclean Stephenson’s Extracts, and more.

For the first time, Miller’s 2013 Malkovich, Malkovich Malkovich series, which honours the men and women whose photographs shaped his career, will be shown in Melbourne. After selecting forty images to emulate, Miller contacted John Malkovich, who instantly agreed to participate and iconic images such as Irving Penn’s portrait of Truman Capote crouched in a corner; Bert Stem’s photographs of Marilyn Monroe; Dorothea Lange’s image of a migrant mother during the Great Depression; Robert Mapplethorpe’s self-portrait with a gun; Annie Leibovitz’s image of John Lennon and Yoko Ono shot for Rolling Stone Magazine, among others were born. Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters pays homage to photographic history through the genius of a photographer and his muse.

Los Angeles-based portrait photographer Frank Ockenfels believes that rules do not have a place in photography. Decades have been spent harnessing his feverish imagination as a photographer and director resulting in a wealth of fantastic imagery that, by his own intention, defies any one style. Ockenfels’ unorthodox philosophy permeates his entire process, from his tactile experimentation in his journals, to his eclectic collection of lenses – often embracing their defects as points of difference in is work – to the range of personalities he captures, including high profile subjects such as Barack Obama, David Bowie, Hilary Clinton and George Clooney. Ockenfels’ style is both unexpected and provoking, he approaches each subject with the same respect, along with the intent to create images that are well crafted, sometimes beautiful, sometimes bizarre, but never boring.