A wee pic by bradley scott testing a 5/4″ rangefinder by Razzle. So a bit of news: Congrats to Barat Ali Batoor on his fantastic Walkley win and you can hear his artist talk at 10/8 gallery, Surry Hills, tomorrow too. Also learnt Tim Page was bitten by a AFP Bureau guard dog in Hanoi covering General Gaip’s funeral. His good self & I will be at the Sydney Polo club for a Soldier On charity event and will have a collection of his “Diggers in the Nam” prints for a viewing. The exhibition at Blanco will be next month.
A collection of 20 gelatin silver prints from 1965 – 1969. Prints are from the personal collection of Chris Reid, originally produced in 2012.
A Limited Edition of 5 box sets
To mark the 50th Anniversary of Australian troops involvement in the Vietnam War
Legendary photographer Tim Page in collaboration with master B&W printer Chris Reid, has produced a limited edition set of 20
Gelatin Silver prints (per box set) to mark the 50th Anniversary of Australian troops arrival and involvement in the Vietnam War.
It’s a war that Tim Page covered from early ’65 – before the American marines had even landed at Da Nang – until April ’69
when a 105mm anti tank mine exploded under the Sgt. in front of him. He survived, as has his extraordinary body of work taken