Adelaide Noir

This exhibition displays a series of photographs which capture the solitude and affection the artist has towards the State. The images portray a sense of 'hauntedness' of the city at night. In playgrounds, on roadsides and in suburban streets, the feelings linger...

Art Exhibition previously on at Kerry Packer Civic Gallery in Australia.
From Saturday 19 March 2011 to Monday 04 April 2011

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The exhibition complements the Come Out Festival’s theme of ‘belonging’ providing a visual perspective of the artist’s personal sense of ‘place’.

The Hawke Centre proudly supports Come Out 2011, Australia’s largest festival for young people.

Alex Frayne is an award-winning South Australian film maker and photographer. He has had a long fascination with ‘night-scapes’ in Adelaide and on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

Saturday 19 March – Monday 4 April (open weekends 2pm – 5pm)