These photographs are all taken in and around the shore at Castlepoint, East Wairarapa, New Zealand. Ambiguous, fractal, austere or luscious, sometimes all at once, these pictures were taken at waist height, looking vertically down, using an iPhone. No cropping or ‘shopping.
Ian Andrews has worked in many artistic media (wood engraving, jewellery, music, poetry) but this is his first photographic exhibition.
'Mini Sandscapes' runs at Photospace Gallery, 1/37 Courtenay Place, Wellington, from 4th to 21st August. The opening is on Friday, 4th August, 5pm to 7pm, along with Nick Servian's exhibition 'Dummies for Windows'. You are welcome to join us.
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