Australian photographer Murray Fredericks’ long relationship with Lake Eyre, where his most recent series Vanity (currently on view at Hamiltons Gallery in London) has been produced, commenced in 2003, and to date consists of twenty journeys to the centre of the lake where he photographs for weeks at a time in the vast and infinite landscape.
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