Sisters Sally Ann (b. 1994) and Emily May Gunawan (b. 1991) return to Aesthetica with a shoot inspired by the Australian landscape. Having travelled extensively throughout Asia, Europe and the USA – completing various editorials for the likes of ELLE Homme and Marie Claire – the duo position themselves between continents to engage with both eastern and western worlds. Currently based in Sydney, the pair visited the Hornby Lighthouse, and were influenced by the bold, dynamic colours of the structure and the brilliant blue skyline. Built in 1858, the iconic red and white striped building looks over the Pacific Ocean and provides the basis for a series of images foregrounding the sea and the land as compositional tools. Playful and contemplative, the photographs combine elements of fashion and design, using geometric styling and mirrored props to accentuate the rich palette of the area. www.sallyemily.com.
Points of Departure
Interview with Simon Baker, Les Rencontres d’Arles
Comprised of over 200 prints, Another Language presents unseen bodies of work by well-known photographers and lesser-known historic figures. We speak to the show’s curator, Simon Baker.
6 To See This Bank Holiday Weekend
The Bank Holiday is a great time to explore new exhibitions. From Amsterdam to New York we uncover the best in contemporary art in international galleries across a variety of practices.