David Stefanoff: ‘24’ Photography Exhibition
The first solo exhibition for Bondi-based photographer David Stefanoff invites you to put any preconceptions of Bondi temporarily to one side and explore an atypical 24 hours in and around the world’s most famous beach.
In the eyes of the world, Bondi is a glamorous locale, where long hot summer days intersect with even longer and hotter nights. Where beautiful beaches frame even more beautiful bodies. However to its residents, Bondi is a village, where everyday life competes with the demands of being an iconic tourist destination. Its identity can change as quickly as its tides, and while ‘24’ was not shot in a single day, it represents a journey of everyday Bondi, from dawn through the day and night and back once again to dawn. Did anything happen? I hope someone sees me. I hope no one saw me. Please look/don’t look.
‘24’ is a collection of photographs exploring the urban landscape and the people of Bondi. The exhibition consists of 24 framed prints each of limited series.
Tue 5 – sun 17 June
Opening: Wed 6 June, 6 – 8pm
Queen Elizabeth Drive
Open 10am – 5pm every day
Entry is free.
Phone: 02 8362 3400