SUNSTUDIOS opened its fourth renowned exhibition This Time It's Personal last night in Sydney, in support of Movember and Men's health.
The evening began with a VIP event from 5.30-6.30pm, where SUNSTUDIOS loyal clients and exhibiting photographers enjoyed Veuve Clicquot, Rocks Brewing Golden Ale and sumptuous food from Dear Prudence, whilst gaining first access to securing a beautiful image from Australia's best photographers. VIP guests included production team's and management from The Artist Group, Lizard Management, Union Management, The Nest, Channel 7 and The Pool Collective. Photographers attending the event included Anna Pogossova, Brett Stevens, Christopher Morris, Georges Antoni, Liz Ham, Juli Balla, Michele Aboud, Simon Bernhardt and Zac Handley. VIP's were given the true SUNSTUDIOS treatment with VIP gift bags from Kabuki Boy featuring a selection of products from Lowepro, L'Or Esspresso, Anatomicals, Local Supply Sunglasses, Lush Australia, Crabtree and Evelyn Australia and MOR Modern Apothecary.
After 6.30pm the doors opened to the general public, where the atrium gallery filled with over 300 keen art buyers. All images were on sale during the evening with proceeds going to support Movember. The exhibition and guests gave a great energy in the space, as people shared and discussed work, whilst many people rushed to secure their desired print. The exhibition was offically opened by Alan Brightman and Channel 9 personality Lisa Wilkinson.
This Time It's Personal will remain open to the public until the 18th December 2014. Prints can still be purchased through out the duration of the exhibition.
Having carefully considered each file before printing all 100, we asked Selena Simpson from SUNPrint to share some of the decisions made along the way to get the stunning results currently on display within This Time It’s Personal 2019.
Victorian photographer Sean Paris caught the eye of our judges and was awarded Highly Commended for his series Melbourne Race Rallies. We caught up with him for more information on his topical, powerful work. Catch the exhibition in Melbourne from November 2.
On the 1st November 2012, Georges Antoni exhibited his new body of work titled WABI SABI, exploring beauty's imperfections through photographic stills, installation and interactive photographic pieces.