• Exhibitions

At The End of the Street

700 James Lane, Trentham East, Victoria, 3458
20 Sep 2018, 20 Sep 2018, 21 Sep 2018
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At The End of the Street is an exhibition of Silver gelatin photographs - a chance acquisition of a 1950s Zeiss Contax reignited Rob’s passion for black and white film photography.

Master printer Les Manning worked with Rob in producing this silver gelatine exhibition, “At the End of the Street.”

Rob Love is a Melbourne-based award winning photographer - images hang in a major Los Angeles medical center and private collections in the US east Coast. Photographs acquired by collectors Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland.

Rob was recognised by the US Professional Photographers Association with an Award of Distinction 1996. Addressed the NZPPA 1992 and IPT 2009 seminar RMIT University.

Rob has exhibited widely in Melbourne, including Without Pier, Black Eye Gallery, Sydney, Colour Factory, Fitzroy, Gold Street Studios, and the MLC Acquisitive Art Exhibition.

Content: A.A Young & E.D Young
Facilities:
  • Car park
Entry cost:

Free entry

700 James Lane, Trentham East, Victoria, 3458

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