Category: fineart


As a Djugun and Yawuru Man with tribal connections to the Jabirr Jabirr and Gooniyandi people, Michael Jalaru Torres draws inspiration from the unique landscapes and people of the Kimberley region. His photography poems seek to illuminate Australia’s dark history and modern day issues that shape communities, both remote and urban. Through organic and evolving […]


What is being NATIVE and how does a NATIVE person see the world? The landscape talks to us through colours and texture far beyond what the untrained eye can see – through the shift in colours in the sky and water, the contrast from land to sea and the emotional connection to country. Being NATIVE […]


Photographic Print Series Karratha, Western Australia 2021 The abstract of visions of what my ancestors were accustomed haunt my creative mind, the emotional connection to suffering and surviving echoes my own life and through these works I allow you to feel the pain of history that has been silenced through prosperity and ignorance. Associate your […]


“This snake has followed me from birth. It has presented itself in many forms over my lifetime and continues to make its presence felt throughout my adult life. It reminds me that even through pain and loss it is my responsibility to my children to guide them so they can prepare themselves for life’s challenges. […]


TETHER 2020 Michael Jalaru Torres Photographic Online Exhibition Head On Photo Festival 2020 Cooee Art Gallery Bondi TETHER crafts visual connections between the sun, moon, earth and stars to portray the perpetual bond between a father and daughter. The use of lighting, colour and negative space evokes the emotional relationship of the subject to his […]


Brunswick Street Gallery is excited to present the 2020 Fifty Squared Art Prize, our annual open call art prize with all levels of experience accepted. Featuring over three hundred local and international artists with all artworks 50x50cm or smaller, the Fifty Squared Art Prize truly celebrates the diversity of approach to the simple two dimensional […]

‘To Be Continued… Photography from Indigenous Australia’ 2019

To Be Continued is a survey of recent photography from Indigenous Australia. Cinematic vistas of wide-open spaces recall memories of childhood and adolescence and re-enactments of history shed light on horrific frontier violence while restrained yet poignant portraits give face to some of Australia’s more remote communities. With work from remote, regional and metropolitan based artists, To […]

Pingyao International Photography Festival

The Pingyao International Photography Festival is held in the ancient city of Pingyao in Shanxi Province. It’s not only an event for photographers of all skill levels, from the novice to the seasoned photographer, but is also a rare event for those simply interested in photography. This includes both curiosity-driven local residents and tourists from […]