PATRICK POUND has photographic work included in the new exhibition "Photography : Real and Imagined" at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia.
The exhibition is open now and runs till the 28th January 2024. It is the NGV’s largest survey of the photography collection and includes more than 200 works by Australian and international photographers and artists working with photo-media from the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
This work is titled "People who look dead but (probably) aren’t" and is the last work in the collection survey photography book. Pound says....."Always happy to be in the death rows. After all, the camera is an idling hearse. These photos are remnants from the afterlife of photography. The remarkable Helen Ennis, in her texts, is exemplary with the eulogies. I love the pairing of the Walker Evans and the Ricky Maynard photograph in this section of both the book and the show- and this carousel."
To enquire about works by PATRICK POUND: Melanie@melanierogergallery.com
For further information about the exhibition: https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/exh.../photography-real-imagined/