MAPgroup’s exhibition Beyond Reasonable Drought exhibition is now showing at 101 Collins Street Melbourne.
Open until March 4th it then moves to the G.R.A.I.N. Store in Nathalia 9th March – 17th April and then to the Mildura Arts Centre 6th May – 28th June.
Join MAPgroup member Rodney Dekker at the traveling exhibition Beyond Reasonable Drought as he gives an illustrated presentation of the genesis of the MAPgroup and its approach to documentary photography, photojournalism and the role of photographers in democracy.
Rodney Dekker is a photographer and filmmaker best known for documenting communities impacted by climate change in Australia, Bangladesh, Tuvalu and Kiribati. His images have appeared in The Toronto Star, The Washington Times, Asian Geographic, South China Morning Post and the Sydney Morning Herald as well in book and online video publications. Dekker has been a finalist of Reportage, United Nations Media Peace Awards, Australia’s Top Photographers and the Moran Photographic Prize. His photos are held in the National Library of Australia and in the state libraries of Victoria, Queensland and South Australia. He holds a Masters degree in Environmental Analysis and International Development and is a member of MAPgroup.
Beyond Reasonable Drought exhibition
101 Collins Street, Melbourne
15 Feb – 4 Mar 2013
Public Talks, Rodney Dekker
Sat 23 Feb 12.30
Tue 26 Feb 12.30
Foyer, 101 Collins Street, Melbourne
No charge, no bookings required