Photographer Pat Stevenson launches bi-monthly Aus music photo exhibition, Music Seen

Sydney photographer Patrick Stevenson has been responsible for some of the most lauded live music photography of the last decade. He’s had his hand in photographing festivals such as Future Music Festival, personally photographed artists like Alison Wonderland and Flume, his crew Hobo have shot the last three Fashion Week’s for mainstream media outlets and basically how the heck does he have time to even sleep?

He’s now launching Music Seen, a bi-monthly Australian music photography exhibition to be held at The Lord Gladstone in Chippendale.

The exhibition will showcase a number of works that all showcase Australia’s modern music history, whilst also celebrating local talent and highlighting the cultural significance of live music. Stevenson was inspired to put this together to challenge Gladys Berejiklian and the NSW Government’s harsh live music restrictions.

“My aim is to set up a semi-permanent display of images at one of my favourite pubs in Sydney,” said Stevenson. “So these incredible photographers get the air time they deserve while also raising some money for charities of the photographer’s choice.”

All proceeds from the print sales will go to charity.

The first instalment is taking place tonight and is free to attend. Details below!

Photographers Exhibiting at Music Seen #1
Kerrie Geier
Britt Andrews
Katelyn Slyer
Jess Gleeson
Dan Turner
Peter Dovgan
Dave Kan
Pat Stevenson

Music Seen #1
Tuesday, 25th June
6PM – 9PM
FB Event: HERE



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