Emma Beecher Photography Exhibition
The Eminence of Insignificance
This Sunday 5th May photographer Emma Beecher will present her exhibition ‘The Eminence of Insignificance’ in Leeton’s Roxy Art Space.
A graduate of ANU’s School of Art and the National Art School in Sydney, Beecher’s exhibition highlights her exploration of the relationship between landscape and place. She looks at the depiction of Australian landscape thought history, and the possible links that perpetuate myths and ideals associated with Australian Identity. Using a Medium Format Camera, she presents a selection of both large and small prints, describing the area in a different light.
Beecher, who grew up in Leeton, has now returned to the town to work and wishes to document localities that are rarely depicted with Australian photography.
Local residents and arts enthusiasts are invited to come along, enjoy a glass of wine, and attend the opening on Sunday, 5th May.
KEY DATES & INFORMATION
OPENING: Sunday 5th May, from 4 – 8pm
EXHIBITION: 5 – 15 May, 2013
WHERE: Roxy Art Space, Leeton NSW
CONTACT: Derek Motion, Regional Arts Development Officer
INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0428882059
Western Riverina Arts helps build creative communities across the local government areas of Narrandera, Leeton and Griffith. WRA is funded by Arts NSW and The Roxy Art Space is made available by a partnership between WRA and Leeton Council.
Image credit: Emma Beecher, 2013