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Photographer celebrates the Theatre of Life

Arts & Culture

GALLERY: Adelaide-based artist and photographer Alex Frayne has this month launched a new book which captures the ‘Theatre of Life’ in a series of captivating photographic portraits.

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Frayne, whose previous photography book was called Adelaide Noir, has this time photographed a diverse array of characters in both formal and street settings in locations ranging from Adelaide to Seoul in South Korea and Sao Paulo in Brazil.

“The book celebrates the resurgence of the ‘Zeitgeist art-form’ of our smartphone obsessed era,” says the blurb for Theatre of Life.

Below are some of the images of the book.

Maddie Kay (Bank Street, Adelaide), by Alex Frayne.

Man and Shadow (Seoul, South Korea), by Alex Frayne.

The Antipodes (Port Noarlunga), by Alex Frayne.

Michael Abbott QC (photographed at his home), by Alex Frayne

Dream Factory (Grenfell Street, Adelaide), by Alex Frayne.

For more information about Alex Frayne and his work, see his website.

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