An exhibition by acclaimed Australian contemporary artist Leila Jeffreys, uniquely curated for MAG&M.
The artist is best known for visceral and mysterious images of birds that explore and subvert the traditions of portraiture. Her avian subjects are photographed at human scale with a startling attention to colour, line, form and composition. For Jeffreys, birds are both medium and message. Her practice opens windows into critical questions about the shared anthropomorphism that connects humans with animals, the sense of wildness that tugs at the fringes of everyday existence and the fleeting and precious connections that bind us to the natural world.
Increasingly, Jeffreys’ work as an artist is inextricable from her concerns as an environmentalist. Working in the tradition of artist-activists, Jeffreys’ arresting images are the result of years long periods of research, exploration and investigation. The artist collaborates with conservationists, ornithologists and sanctuaries around the world to find her subjects before forging an intimate relationship with the birds that she photographs in her studio.
Manly Art Gallery & Museum
West Esplanade Reserve, Manly NSW 2095, Australia
+61 2 9976 1421 | email@example.com
03/04/2021, 10:00 am
20/06/2021, 5:00 pm
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