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David Stephenson

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9 September - 30 November 2016


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A Survey . Photographs


2012


A fascination for the vast in space and time has led David Stephenson to travel and photograph extensively around the world, with journeys to Europe, the Himalayas, and both the Arctic and Antarctic. He has photographed a range of subjects: landscapes, skyscapes, cityskypes and the ceilings of Eu ... Read more

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Light Cities: Sydney Boston Perth Tokyo Melbourne Osaka


2010


Exhibition Dates 28 October - 20 November 2010 Opening Thursday 28 October 6-8 pm While travelling for these projects Stephenson made his first photographs of cities at night, which bring together a number of his previous interests, including the idea of the sublime, environmental concerns, and t ... Read more

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Dusk to Dawn


Exhibition dates: 24 September - 24 October 2009 Opening: Thursday 24 September 6 - 8 pm


Dusk to Dawn was created during a one-week period at Northwest Cape, where the western-most point of Australia juts into the Indian Ocean. The photographs chart the passage of time during this period on a number of levels of scale, from the duration of the exposure Read more

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Star Drawings 2005-07

20 October 2007 - 21 October 2007


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Vaults 2006-2007


Exhibition dates : 19 September - 20 October 2007
Opening: Tuesday 18 September 6-8pm


David Stephenson heads the photography program at the University of Tasmania School of Art. He was born in Washington, D.C. in 1955, and studied at the University of Colorado and then the University of New Mexico, completing a MFA in 1982. He moved to Australia in 1982, and was awarded a PhD in Fine ... Read more

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Dome Series 1993…




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Drawing Time


Opening Wednesday 16 November 6-8pm
16 November - 17 December 2005


Drawing Time is an exhibition of David Stephenson’s recent large format colour photographs that explore the passage of time in the environment. Representations of momentary or extended natural processes - including human actions such as forestry, mining, and residential development – mark the en ... Read more

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Stars 1995-1996




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Skeletons


Opening Wednesday 10 September 6-8pm
10 September - 4 October 2003


Australia's most controversial impoundment must be the one which flooded Tasmania's Lake Pedder-who has not been moved by the photographic images of those rose-pink beaches, cradled as they were by dramatic expanses of verdant wilderness? And what about the dreamtime outflow, the incredible Serpenti ... Read more

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