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UNSENSORED13

November 1, 2013 - November 13, 2013

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UNSENSORED is an exhibition of analogue photography staged each year since 2007 by the non-profit film photography group The Melbourne Silver Mine.

This year 43 photographers exhibit a range of work captured with a variety of traditional cameras and photographic techniques.

Photographers participating:

Aryan Aqajani, Roberts Birze, Jock Blakley, Natalie Blom, Jade Cantwell, Dave Carswell, Andrew Cosgriff, Sophie Curzon‑Siggers, Mel Dixon, Barbara Fischer, Mal Gamble, Simon Hampton, David Helmore, Tim JamesTim Johnson, Matthew Robert Jospeh, Aliki Komps, Leigh LambertSuzi MacbethSarah MaddoxAmanda MasonJames McManusYaron MeronMarc Morel, Toan Nguyen, Tristan Parker, Kristoffer Paulsen, Ambre Pitt, Richard PlumridgeMike Reed, Denise Regan, Matthew Ross, James RuffAhmad SabraDeanne SmithOli Sansom, Cameron Stephen, Simon StephensonJacqueline van ZettenKat White, Lea Williams, Damian Young & Chris Zissiadis

Opening night Friday 1st November 2013 6pm (facebook event)

Exhibition runs from 2nd November – 13th November 2013 (facebook event)

Here is a sample of some of the images you can see this year.

 

 

Four Green Poles
Four Green Poles by Malcolm Gamble

serve the people
Serve The People, set of original Polaroids by James Mcmanus

Holbrook, NSW
Holbrook, NSW by Jade Cantwell

Details

Start:
November 1, 2013
End:
November 13, 2013
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Website:
http://unsensored.net

Organizer

Melbourne Silver Mine Inc.
Email:
info@silvermine.org.au
Website:
http://silvermine.org.au

Venue

Collingwood Gallery
292 Smith Street
Collingwood, Victoria 3066 Australia
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Website:
http://www.collingwoodgallery.com.au/

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