The Travel Photographer Society comes to Port Pirie

 
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Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery is thrilled to be hosting the first international exhibition of the 2018 Travel Photographer Society Awards photographs.

Port Pirie has been selected, by Founder/Managing Director and Travel Photographer, Ahsan Qureshi, to host this spectacular exhibition, direct from the April judging and Awards presentation, at the Whitebox Gallery, Kuala Lumpur.

Mr Qureshi explained, “I chose Port Pirie as the venue for this exhibition because Port Pirie is developing rapidly and there is a need of international exhibitions here to showcase rich culture and heritage that this city has to offer. Also, the raw and beautiful Flinders Ranges can inspire any photographer. When I visited Port Pirie, I fell in love with the well preserved architecture and I felt that this city deserves a lot of attention.”

Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery is the only location where you can see these spectacular photos, anywhere in Australia.

The exhibition comprises of the 60 final photographs, from the 10 Categories of the Travel Photographer Society Awards. The categories include; Street; People; Landscape; Wildlife and Animal; Black and White; Architecture/Landscapes; Sports; Fashion; Wedding; and Stories (Documentary). These photographs are from amateur and professional photographers all over the world and include the Overall Winner, and second and third place photographs.

The exhibition will be on display at the Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery from 14 September until the 28 October 2018.

There will be an Official Opening Night event, which will be held on Saturday 15 September at 6pm, with a Keynote Address from Ahsan Qureshi – Founder and Managing Director of the Travel Photographer Society and will include drinks and canapes. Bookings are essential for this night.

The exhibition, at the Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery – 3 Mary Elie Street, Port Pirie – will be accessible during opening hours – Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm; Saturday 9am – 4pm; and Sunday, 10am – 4pm.