LAST DAYS: Polaroid Project

Polaroid Project sees nationally acclaimed artist Alan Constable (Arts Project Australia, Melbourne) and Peter Atkins (Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne), one of Australia’s foremost contemporary artists collaborating on a shared interest and appreciation of the camera and it’s form. Polaroid Project is accompanied by a full-colour brochure with an essay by Alex Baker, Director of Fleisher/Ollman Gallery in Philadelphia, USA and is available from the Arts Project gallery.

Polaroid Project was opened by Kirsty Grant, Head of Australian Art at the National Gallery of Victoria.

Make sure you drop in to see this remarkable exhibition for yourself.  Until Saturday 12 July 2014 at Arts Project Australia.

Alan Constable & Peter Atkins
Square Shooter 2, 2014
ceramic camera & auto acrylic on MDF
Box: 16.7 x 16.7 x 18.4 cm
Camera: 17 x 14 x 18 cm
Peter Atkins with work in progress in his studio.
Peter Atkins with Alan Constable in the Arts Project Australia Studio in Northcote.
Peter Atkins with Alan Constable in the Arts Project Australia Studio in Northcote.
Alan Constable work in progress at Arts Project Australia Studio in Northcote. The cameras are inspired by a collection of retro Polaroid cameras collected by Peter Atkins.
Alan Constable creating one of the cameras for the Polaroid Project.
Polaroid camera inspiration.

Andrea, Maureen and Dionne Canzano

Alan Constable with Lyn Young and Susie Brown

Kirsty Grant, Head of Australian Art at the National Gallery of Victoria with Peter Atkins