The Untouched Canyon – An Exhibition by Rory O'Chee

The Untouched Canyon – An Exhibition by Rory O’Chee

“In Far Western Queensland lies a landscape composed of a heady mix of mesas, red stone bluffs, spinifex and gibber plains, and tortured trees, which rivals Arizona’s famed Monument Valley. Never before photographed, this is The Untouched Canyon.”

From December 5–15, 2018, Aspire Gallery is proud to be hosting The Untouched Canyon, an exhibition by award winning emerging young photographer, Rory O’Chee.

The exhibition is the culmination of two years’ work photographing the Diamantina region in Far Western Queensland. This involved traversing dirt mustering tracks, and hiking across country to reach hidden valleys and spectacular peaks.

See a sneak peek of the work on show here.

About Rory O’Chee:
Rory O’Chee is a Brisbane based photographer who aims to capture his subjects with no filter. Rory has been a finalist in the Brisbane Art Prize in 2017, a finalist in the Stanthorpe Art Prize in 2018, and a semi-finalist in the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize. He has also previously won Visioning the Outdoors and the My World Photo Competition.
‘The Untouched Canyon’ is Rory’s third photography exhibition. It follows ‘Australian Summer’ in 2015 and ‘Open Soul of the Sea’ in 2017, which was supported by Art From the Margins at the Brisbane Institute of Art.

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