As you know, we love coming across interesting photography projects, which is why this exhibition by Australian photographer David Stefanoff caught our eye.
“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’ will be opening on 6 June 2012 at 6pm at the Bondi Pavilion Gallery on Queen Elizabeth Drive Bondi Beach and is showing from 5 to 17 June 2012.
Find out more about David at www.davidstefanoff.com