Jack Lovel framed print
“The opportunity to contribute to this exhibition is one that I’m very grateful for. After visiting Walsh Street a handful of times previously, when asked to summarise the experience in one image, I could envisage the rich material palette and how the light accentuates these details. I have always been drawn to the moody aesthetic of the home and wanted to convey this in an abstract composition.” – Jack Lovel on Fresh Eyes exhibition
This Jack Lovel photograph featured in Melbourne Design Week 2021 exhibition Fresh Eyes: Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street.
- All frames are shadowbox style, Victorian Ash timber, with museum grade UV Acrylic (Black, white or natural)
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Jack Lovel is an architectural photographer based in Melbourne but often found shooting in his hometown of Perth.
Alongside his commercial practice, Jack has spent the past four years documenting Iwan Iwannoff’s architectural legacy in Western
Australia, culminating in the recent launch of his first publication, ‘Catching Light’. This body of work was inspired by the Iwanoff designed
Jordanoff house that Jack grew up in and is a testament to his long fascination with – and passion for – contemporary architecture.
Black, White, Natural, Unframed
|Image size (longest edge)||
Small 300mm, Medium 600mm, Large 900mm