This Time It’s Personal: photography for a good cause

This Time It’s Personal: photography for a good cause
Image: 'This Time Its Personal 2022', at Sun Studios. Image: SUNSTUDIOS/Facebook

Photography exhibition This Time It’s Personal 2023 returns for its twelfth annual charity showcase, at Sun Studios in Alexandria this November. Featuring 76 individual photographs from some of Australia’s best talents, these exceptional prints will also be available to purchase with all proceeds going towards the GO Foundation.

The culmination of individual pieces from each of the 76 artists, provides visitors with a unique insight into the personal passions outside of their commercial work. With works from renowned industry professionals including Emily Abay, Gary Heery, Vicki Lee and Hugh Stewart, photographers come together around an important cause.

‘Lily’ by Forough Yavari. Image: Supplied.

Head of Sun Studios Luke Harrison expressed gratitude towards photographers exhibiting and getting behind the exhibition’s initiative.“The exhibition provides an incredible opportunity to enjoy and purchase, at an affordable price, exclusive artwork by the industry’s highly respected photographers,” said Harrison.

“We are truly thankful to the talented photographers who generously donated their works and hope to exceed last year’s fundraising figure to help Go Foundation with their First Nations youth education programs.”

‘Lee Lin Chin Geisha Variations’ by George Fetting. Image: Supplied

Last year’s iteration of the exhibition raised $20,000 for the Go Foundation. Founded by Sydney Swans AFL legends Adam Goodes and Michael O’Loughlin, the foundation delivers educational assistance for First Nations students.

“The GO Foundation seeks to create opportunities for First Nations children and young people through education with bespoke scholarship programs,” said Goodes.

‘Roses’ by Hugh Stewart. Image: Supplied

In anticipation of this year’s exhibition, Goodes expressed gratitude to Sun Studios, contributing artists and exhibition partner Canon Australia. “We’re thrilled that Sun Studios is supporting GO once again with this year’s exhibition,” he continued.

Entry for the exhibition is free of charge, so do not miss out on seeing and potentially buying some incredible prints – with prices starting from $300. This Time It’s Personal 2023 exhibition is now open Monday to Saturday, running till the beginning of December at Sun Studios. To check out all available prints, visit their website.

November 16 – December 3

Sun Studios, 42 Maddox St, Alexandria NSW


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