Derek Swalwell: Outdistance

Held at the Modern Times gallery in Fitzroy, this exhibition sees architectural photographer Derek Swalwell present a new work that looks at the complex relationship between building and site over time.

A photographer of architecture, landscapes, lifestyle, food, travel and art, Swalwell started working with Melbourne architects and designers in 1999. His work has since expanded to include international design firms, advertising agencies and many overseas titles.

This new work captures the modernist architecture of Italian architects Carlo Scarpa, Aldo Rossi and Carlo Aymonino, through their work at the Brion Cemetery, Stan Cataldo Cemetery and Gallaratese complex.

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