Trevor Mein’s ‘Cirrus’ Exhibition Opening

Trevor Mein sets his lens on two seemingly-disparate subjects, both evoking sublimity in their own way: the permanence of architecture and the ever-changing force of nature. The Melbourne-based photographer’s images of clouds are spectacular visions of fleeting moments made even grander by their stillness. Mein’s latest exhibition, Cirrus, is a collection of eight large photographs taken from 2008 to 2012. It opens tonight at the Sofitel On Collins in Melbourne and continues until February 18.

Trevor Mein, Cirrus exhibition opening
Sofi’s Lounge
Level 1, Sofitel Melbourne On Collins
25 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000

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