Lost in Suburbia Book Launch Photography Exhibition

Exhibition and Book Release "Lost in Suburbia" Riverton Library, Perth, December 2013. Book available online.
Lost in Suburbia Canning River Regional Park

Book Launch and Photography Exhibition

To coincide with the release of my book “Lost in Suburbia”, I am exhibiting a selection of black and white images of the Canning River Regional Park at Riverton Library, corner High and Riley Roads, Riverton.

The Canning River Regional Park is located 9 kilometres southeast of central Perth and is the largest regional park in the metropolitan area.

This book is a visual record of the parkland’s recreational use and beauty. An ecologically and socially important parkland. A secluded little pocket off to one side of major urbanisation, hidden from general view, almost lost in suburbia.

Unlike other pictorial collections, this one is current, ongoing visual record of the river and its surrounds from a single photographer.

I will be presenting a copy of the book to the Riverton Library for its City of Canning Local History Collection.

“Lost in Suburbia” can be ordered from Blurb. I also have some copies available for purchase. Soft Cover, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm 52 Pages

The exhibition runs for 3 weeks. If you live near the Canning River or are interested in the urban landscape you are invited to come along.

Canning River Photography Exhibition

Riverton Library

67 Riley Rd, Riverton WA

18th November to 6th December 2013

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alexbond
Since 1989, Alex Bond has published cards, calendars, books, and posters under his imprint Stormlight Publishing. His images showcase the West Australian environment. Bond's handcrafted, silver-gelatin, fibre-based prints are personally made by the author in his darkroom.

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