Exhibition: ELIZABETH GERTSAKIS – GIRLS IN OUR TOWN 13 – 29 July 2017, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne

Κορίτσια της πόλης μας 2017.

Elizabeth Gertsakis’ exhibition Girls In Our Town: Women in the Shadow of ‘The Magnificent Empire’ gives insight into the Florina Prefecture from 1900-1918 and 2017.

Noli Me Tangere (Don’t Touch Me)

Noli Me Tangere (Don’t Touch Me)
2017, Digital print on metallic silver acrylic, 60 x 91 cm
(Source: postcards of Muslim women, Florina, Greece 1916-18. Photographic Section, French Army, Campagne d’Orient 1916-18). Ministere de la Culture et Communication, France)

 

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Their eyes will tell you, everything and nothing, 2017. 29.7×223.2 cm, edition 1/4. Digital prints on metallic-silver acrylic. (Sources: various, unknown photographers)

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Jewish Women, 2017. 39×96.2 cm, edition 1/4. Digital prints on metallic-silver acrylic (Source: Late 19th century studio portraits of Jewish women. Photographers unknown)

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Gypsies, 2017. 39×75 cm, edition 1/4. Digital prints on metallic-silver acrylic (Source: original postcards of gypsies, Florina, Monastir region)

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‘Girls in Our Town: Women in the Shadow of ‘The Magnificent Empire’. Florina Prefecture, Macedonia. Greece 1900-18, & 2017′ by Elizabeth Gertsakis is now on at William Mora Galleries (60 Tanner St, Richmond, VIC) until 29 July, 2017. For further details, visit moragalleries.com.au
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