John Gollings ‘Boyd Bathroom’ signed LE print: Fresh Eyes exhibition
Limited edition photographic print featured in Melbourne Design Week 2021 exhibition Fresh Eyes: Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street.
Quality print of John Gollings photograph featured in Melbourne Design Week 2021 exhibition Fresh Eyes: Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street.
- Fine Art Archival Pigment inkjet print produced by John Gollings Studio
- A2 sized print (approx 420 x 594mm)
- Limited edition of 10, signed by John Gollings with certificate of authenticity
- Printing and delivery may take up to 30 days.
- Packaging and shipping within Australia included in price
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John Gollings Bio
John Gollings AM holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from RMIT University and an Honorary Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Architects. He is Adjunct Professor, School of Media and Communications, RMIT University.
He works in the Asia-Pacific region as an architectural photographer, much of the work involving long-term cultural projects especially in India, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Libya and New Guinea. He specialises in the documentation of cities, old and new, often from the air. He has had a particular interest in the cyclic fires and floods that characterise the Australian landscape and he documents these with aerial photography. He was co-creative director of the Venice Architectural Biennale in 2010.
Books include two volumes of New Australia Style published by Thames & Hudson; City of Victory, Aperture; and Kashgar, Oasis City on China’s Old Silk Road, Frances Lincoln Limited. In 2012 Thames & Hudson published Beautiful Ugly a monograph of his contemporary
architectural photography. Gollings retrospective, A History of the Built World, opened at the Monash Gallery of Art in 2018 and is now showing through India. His documentation of Nawala Rock Art, A Spirit of Place, was at Heide Gallery of Modern Art in 2019.
He has twice received the Australian Institute of Architects Presidents Prize and in 2013 he was awarded the inaugural William J. Mitchell International Committee Prize by the Australian Institute of Architects.