Sydney photographer John Feely’s meditative documentation of his three-month journey through Western Mongolia’s Bayan-Ugli region is presented as the exhibition ‘The Outsider’. This collection features a number of environmental studies as well as portraits of the region’s Kazak and Mongol inhabitants, people Feely encountered as he traversed the remote mountainside enclaves of Mongolia’s second highest mountain Tsambagarav.
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