Fine Photography Exhibition in Support of Eye Research
in Events, News
21 Aug 2014
Klaus Major is a Sydney-based photographer, primarily using analogue processes (film based) to create fine art photographs.
His forthcoming exhibition ‘Nautica’ will support eye research at Save Sight Institute, with 20% of all sales being donated to the Institute.
Over the past 17 years Klaus Major has successfully held six solo exhibitions and participated in six group exhibitions.
His style is both straightforward and lyrical, working together to achieve a dynamic sense of place.
Klaus’ latest exhibition ‘Nautica’ will open on Sunday 28th September (2.00pm – 4.00pm) and then open weekends (11.00am – 5.00pm) until Sunday 12th October at:
Think Negative Studio
Suite 14, First Floor, Building B
10 Carrington Road, Marrickville
Save Sight Institute thanks Klaus Major for the support and encourages all patients and supporters to attend the exhibition.