Take a picture, it'll last longer.

Take a picture, it'll last longer.

In Bloom, an exhibition that presented a world of beautiful imperfection through the lens of four Australian photographers, was curated by Jarrad Miller and Laura Strange and presented by Art-Work Agency and We Sell Prints.

Amidst the turbulence of the recent years, each photographer delved deeper into their practice, unearthing moments of simplicity and relief through light, form, and movement. In this collection of works, nature and humanity intertwined, blending landscapes with portraiture, and figure and form with fashion. The photographers explored the relationship between human intervention and interaction with natural and urban spaces.

Tegan and Ned, Troy Freyee. People viewing an the female figure artwork by Carlene

Beyond the sun-kissed subjects and picturesque places, the works spoke to liberation, with the vulnerability and emotional nuance seen in each individual work strengthened through their collective display. The exhibit was a powerful testament to the human spirit, encapsulating themes of liberation, vulnerability, and emotional nuance in every frame.

In Bloom Artwork on Display Entrance for the In Bloom Exhibition
Street shop of the In Bloom Exhibition, Gold Coast


In Bloom featured the evocative works of Troy Freyee, Carlene Raschke, Tegan and Ned, and Ren Pidgeon, each photographer capturing the essence of the world they inhabit through their unique perspective. As the saying goes, "Take a picture, it'll last longer." The impact of the exhibit will certainly last long well after the doors have closed.

The exhibit was supported by some of the finest names in the industry, including Lost Palms Brewing Co, Brookies Gin, Ilford, and Fast Proof Press.

Thank you to everyone who was a part of this epic show.

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