Werner Herzog’s River of Lost Dreams
Atkins are proud to show Murray White's latest exhibition at our recently renovated gallery space.
First contact with new lands and an ode to the German film maker, Werner Herzog.
The photographs discover a new world between reality and abstraction. They present invisible land and seascapes that draw the viewer into unchartered territory and lay down a back-beat to world of 15th century explorers, the crawling king snake and Herzog's quest for the unknown.
Photographs shot in Chiang Mai, Thailand between 2014 and 2015.
About the photographer.
Murray White spent 20 years as an Asia based photojournalist and now lives in Adelaide.
Work published worldwide including in The New York Times, The Independent, South China Morning Post, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Bulletin, L'Express, The Telegraph, The Japan Times, Fortune Magazine, Asiaweek, Asian Business Magazine.
Previous exhibitions: "Rodin in China" Rodin Museum, Paris and "The Pursuit of Paradise" The Gallery, Sydney.
Opens Friday December 2nd, 5pm to 7pm.
Murray will be in the Gallery Saturday December 10th for questions.
Atkins Gallery, 89 Fullarton Road Kent Town, South Australia
Exhibition closes January 15th 2017.