Keeping the Company of Men

In January I’m going to be a part of a group exhibition called “Company of Men”  in Melbourne alongside artists such as photographer Travis De Jonk. That exhibition is going to be held as part of the Midsumma Festival. Midsumma is Melbourne’s equivalent of the Sydney Mardi Gras Festival, with all sorts of fantastic events. The exhibition runs for a bit over two weeks in Melbourne before it then comes to Sydney in time for the Mardi Gras Festival.

I’ll be exhibiting four large prints of Matteo that were taken in the sessions for my Shrouded exhibition. “Matteo 4″ above has been posted here before but the other images haven’t been posted anywhere and will be unveiled in the January opening. I hope that you will all come along and show some support for all of us taking part in the exhibition. There are some very talented people showing. It feels good to be a part of a group of artists exhibiting work we are all very proud of.

11 Responses to “Keeping the Company of Men”

  1. 1 DamienOz


    Congrats B

  2. 2 BosGuy

    What an amazing butt. Congrats on being included in the Melbourne exhibition. Melbourne is one of my favorite cities in the world.

  3. 3 Alex

    That’s great Brenton, congrats!

  4. 4 shim

    Beautiful Shot Brenton! Congrats and Best Wishes for a great showing!

  5. 5 Richard

    Congratulations for being invited to join that illustrious company of artists.

  6. 6 Dean

    That is excellent!!!! My Partner and I will be arriving in Melbourne on 21/01/14, just in time to see the exhibit in St. Kilda. Awesome. Will you be in town for any of the run?

  7. 7 ulo klemmer

    CONGRATS, hope you get to go to Melb to to savour it’s wonderful delights, it’s such a FAB city.

  8. 8 drew

    my thats a nice back and bottom!

  9. 9 jackie

    Congrats Brenton. What a glorious bum. Looking forward to seeing the show in Sydney.

  10. 10 george

    congrats….i will be there for sure. hope you are able to attend

  11. 11 John

    Congratulations Brenton!

    Your work is brilliant and deserves to be well and truly celebrated!JS

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