A deeply incisive, honest and idiosyncratic artist, the exhibition by Australian photographer Ray Cook consists of a wide-range of his output from his work. Starting with some of his earliest photography from the late 1980s – the anarchic When my ship comes in, I’ll be waiting at the airport – it also includes his visual rumination on the aftermath of...
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