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Autonomy. A Photographic Exhibition

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Autonomy is described as the capacity of an informed person to make a rational, un-coerced decision; a measure of independence.

This photographic exhibition explores the experience of independence and all of the opportunities that this embraces. Physical, emotional and financial autonomy allows us to express ourselves in any way we see fit.

Paul’s passion for photography, combined with his love of travel and the human form, has produced a remarkable portfolio of images inspired by colour and movement. In a small way, capturing images satisfies his curiosity about people and their culture.

This project aims to describe the freedoms afforded to humanity through autonomy. Do we sometimes take our independence for granted?

Autonomy is part of the South Australian Living Artist …

Crossroads Photographic Exhibition

Opening Night: 09 August at 18:00

The Sauce Restaurant
64B Dulwich Avenue, Dulwich
Adelaide, Australia

Close your eyes and consider, for a moment, that a journey of a thousand miles starts with but a single step. Now open your eyes, breathe in and inhale the colour of Paul’s images drawn from his remarkable life journey and walk with him for just a little while.

The exhibition is part of the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival and will be opened by Trish Hansen, Manager, Public Art and Design, Arts SA.

10 minutes from the city centre

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Exhibition at "Let Them Eat"

March 10 to April 7 2011

Let Them Eat is exhibiting 10 of my images. Fifty dollars from the sale of each image will go towards the McGrath Foundation.

18 Elizabeth St
Croydon Park, 5008
South Australia

Metropolis

Metropolis Exhibition, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, 72 King William Road, North Adelaide, South Australia

Dates: throughout July and August 2010

There is no place like home.

Metropolis is a photographic exhibition that explores the spaces that we connect with: telling the story of our cultural and spiritual home. For some, the journey to good health will take us away from the very places that we feel safe at a time of absolute vulnerability.

This is Paul Tait’s first solo exhibition, taking him back to his first love of architecture. This project aims to discover beauty in spaces that surround us.

The Women’s and Children’s Hospital offers the ideal backdrop for such a personal journey of discovery as it is integral to the well being of all South Australian families.

Part proceeds to …

Body and Soul: A photographic exhibition

Hi folks

I’m involved with another collaborative exhibition – this time at the Edgewater Gallery, down in the Port Adelaide art precinct.

“Conscience is the voice of the soul, the passions are the voice of the body.”
~ Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Body and Soul is a photographic exhibition that explores the gift of human life and defines the building blocks that contribute to our humanity and individuality.

Naomi Clarke , Paul Clarke, Dianne Davies , Paul Tait and Mandi Whitten each have a unique approach to photography.

Their collaboration aims to investigate the complex duality of body and soul.

Edgewater is one of Adelaide’s newest galleries and is located in the vibrant Port Adelaide art precinct.

Opening by: Derrick McManus – STAR Force Officer, “Shot 14 times and st…

Adelaide Camera Club Exhibition

“VISIONS OF LIGHT”

First Lounge Bar and Restaurant

Hotel Richmond, 128 Rundle Mall, Adelaide

3 – 23 August 2009, Monday-Sunday, All day till late.

From small beginnings, come great things. We ask whether Colonel Light’s innovative vision for the city of Adelaide still resonates today. Judge for yourself!

Fourteen local photographers from the Adelaide Camera Club have collaborated for an exhibition titled, “Visions of Light” at the First Lounge Bar & Restaurant, Hotel Richmond, as part of SALA Festival 2009.

“Visions of Light” is a photographic exploration of the visual landscape of Adelaide and its surrounds, with each artist using their individual style and interpretation to capture the essence of the place that is our home. On Wednesday, 5 August 2009 at…