Sarah Goodall Deputy Head of Mission Australian Embassy of Athens Greece opening the Athens exhibition of works by Aussie photographer artist Shane Aurousseau. The exhibition of images taken around the sheep breeding region of Condobolin central NSW and based on the poem by AB ‘Banjo’ Paterson ‘Clancy of the Overflow’ the setting for the poem being the overflow on the Lachlan river at Condobolin.AB ‘Banjo’ Paterson also attributed ‘The Man from Snowy River’ and ‘Waltzing Matilda. The exhibition supported by the Australian Embassy of Athens and sponsored by Canadian investment company Syracuse Main Inc. and the fine art paper company Innova art.
Opening Exhibition ‘Ianos’ Athens Greece by Australian Artist Photographer Shane Aurousseau
Based on the Poem ‘Clancy of the overflow’ by AB ‘Banjo’ Paterson
Shearing images Condobolin NSW Lachlan river overflow location for ‘Clancy of the Overflow’
‘Ianos Café’ Athens The exhibition from 1 5/9/2016 – 15/10/2016
Deputy Head of Mission Sarah Goodall Australian Embassy of Athens opens the Exhibition
Opening evening Photographer Michalis Konstantinides Athens
Australian Embassy of Athens
Syracuse Main Inc. Innova Art Paper
Below: Link to article on Exhibition of work by Artist Photographer Shane Aurousseau Athens.
The link below also carries a potted history of AB “Banjo” Paterson the creator of “Clancy of the Overflow” “The Man from Snowy River” and “Waltzing Matilda”
Link to ‘Clancy of the Overflow’ – Banjo Paterson
Link to ‘The Man from Snowy River’ – Banjo Paterson
Link to Waltzing Matilda – Banjo Paterson
Link to article on Athen’s exhibition of work by Photographer Artist Shane Aurousseau:-
‘IANOS CAFÉ’ Exhibition of work by Photographer Artist Shane Aurousseau
IANOS and Canadian investment company «Syracuse Main, Inc. and Innova Fine Art Paper proudly present at IANOS CAFÉ a photography exhibition by Australian Photographer Artist Shane Aurousseau. A photographic journey through the sheep breeding region of Condobolin Central New South Wales and the vast rural areas of Australia where his lens recorded the hard work ( in Australian,” hard Yakka) of Australian sheep shearers collecting the wool from the world famous Merino sheep.
The exhibition on 1 5/9/2016 at 20:30 with musical quartet Jazz.
Duration: September 15 – October 1 5, 2016.
With the support of the Australian Embassy in Athens
Sponsored by: Syracuse Main, Inc.
Innova Fine Art paper
About the exhibition and the artist:
Condobolin (Central NSW) on the Lachlan River, is the setting for the poem ” Clancy of the Overflow ” by Banjo Paterson, one of the most important works in Australian literature. Banjo Paterson also the author of “The Man from Snowy River” and “Waltzing Matilda”, The Man from Snowy River was the basis for two movies one a Hollywood blockbuster.
Shane Aurousseau an Australian photographer who has worked as a creative director and photographer in some of the largest advertising agencies in the world, in Sydney, Amsterdam and London and for clients such as Time Magazine, Time Life Books, Michelin, Chrysler, the AA (Automobile Association) and some of the leading bank and investment funds in the world.
He has designed CD covers and produced photographs for major record label companies promoting well known international artists including one Eurovision winner. His works have been published in magazines in London and around the world. His images of London have been used on posters and postcards marketed throughout the capital city including the main tourist shops of London’s dynamic West End. He has exhibited his works in London, Sydney, Amsterdam and Madrid (Madrid sponsored by the ‘American Women’s Association’).
He currently lives in London. He studied art, photography and psychology in Australia and Britain. Shane travels regularly photographing the world we live in and its incredible diversity of life. His works reflect the entire spectrum of life in deprived neighborhoods of large cities, social commentary, landscapes and life in remote, rural areas of Australia, portraits of friends and strangers
His photographs can be described as journalistic. In recent years much of his time is spent in the Australian Outback capturing the hard work (‘hard Yakka’ in shearing OZ speak) of the ‘sheep shearers’ and’ miners’ in the gold and Opel fields of New South Wales.
Supported by: –
The Australian Embassy of Athens
Syracuse Main, Inc.
INNOVA Fine Art Paper