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    Exhibition - Relicts: Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

    ‘Relicts’ is an exhibition focusing on the endemic flora of Tasmania and explores the ecological relationships Tasmania shares with the Australian mainland, New Zealand and South America.

    The images span an 18 year period and are a snapshot of a much larger project which I began working on back in 1999. Most of the prints are colour 24x30" but there are also some silver gelatin prints too.

    https://www.wildernessgallery.com.au...a-of-gondwana/

    18 March – 19 July 2020

    Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery
    3718 Cradle Mountain Rd,
    Cradle Mountain TAS 7306
    Australia
    Last edited by Mark Darragh; 9-Feb-2020 at 11:06.

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    Re: Exhibition - Relicts: Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

    Great news. Congratulations! Wish I could see the show in person.

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    Re: Exhibition - Relicts: Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

    Congratulations...an excellent reason to venture south to Tasmania. I'll certainly make every effort to get to see this exhibition.

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    Re: Exhibition - Relicts: Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

    Congratulations !

    It would be amazing to see the prints in the exhibition !

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    Re: Exhibition - Relicts: Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

    Congratulations!

    This is amazing in many ways https://www.markdarraghphotography.com/

    I was referring to the tree with roots that wave...

    but all very good
    Last edited by Tin Can; 6-Feb-2020 at 05:58. Reason: add tree with roots
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    Re: Exhibition - Relicts: Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

    Thanks for your kinds thoughts everyone.

    Running concurrently with my exhibition is a 5 year retrospective of the “Tarkine in Motion” project, a collaboration of artists focusing on the Tarkine, an incredibly diverse but sadly, largely unprotected area in the North-West Tasmania.

    The Wilderness Gallery also has the largest permanent display of Peter Dombrovskis’ remarkable large format photographs.

    Plenty of good reasons to make the trip south.

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    Tarkine in Motion is interesting, read a bit, interesting some terms are upside down compared to the Northern Hemisphere

    Can't really discuss as it's not allowed here

    Good Luck Earth!

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    Re: Exhibition - Relicts: Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Darragh View Post
    Thanks for your kinds thoughts everyone.

    Running concurrently with my exhibition is a 5 year retrospective of the “Tarkine in Motion” project, a collaboration of artists focusing on the Tarkine, an incredibly diverse but sadly, largely unprotected area in the North-West Tasmania.

    The Wilderness Gallery also has the largest permanent display of Peter Dombrovskis’ remarkable large format photographs.

    Plenty of good reasons to make the trip south.
    Sounds like a win win. The exhibition of many of Peter Dombrovskis' photographs at the National Library of Australia in Canberra a few years ago was both amazing and inspiring. An absolute treat for large format enthusiasts.

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