Martyn Thompson ‘Falling in Love at the Institute’ Exhibition Opening

On Tuesday 5 February, Louise Olsen and Steve Ormandy of Dinosaur Designs hosted an intimate opening in their studio space for New York-based, Australian photographer and Vogue Living contributor Martyn Thompson’s Falling in Love at the Institute exhibition. The soft-focus images take inspiration from Paul Cézanne’s Vase with Tulips.

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Hosts Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy of Dinosaur Designs.

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Nadine Bush and Mary Shackman.

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Jayson Brundson, Cheryl Collings and Vogue Living‘s Caroline West.

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Shetu Simone, Rebecca Crawford and Alex Kelvy.

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Carrie Follas, Louise Olsen and Camille Ormandy.

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Vogue Living‘s Chloe McCarthy with Rouel Dayoan.

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Vogue Living‘s Conor Burke with Glen Proebstel.

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Martyn’s Falling in Love at the Institute exhibition will run until the 20th of February.

It will be open to the public at Dinosaur Designs Studios.

585 Elizabeth Street, Strawberry Hills.
11am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday.

Photographs by Esteban La Tessa.
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2 Responses to “Martyn Thompson ‘Falling in Love at the Institute’ Exhibition Opening”
  1. Karin Rojas says:

    I think the date is wrong. It says the event took place 2 March I think was ment to say 2 Feb

    Regards
    Karin

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