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Ah, the lot of the live music photographer: herded into the pit and given "three songs, no flash" to create the magic. The exhibition of that name returns to Ding Dong Lounge for the second consecutive year with a collection of photographs from some of the best artists in Melbourne’s live music photography scene. It features photographs of an array of local and international music artists, with works by Yana Amur, Scott Boelsen, Jesse Booher, Perri Cassie, Katie Dutton, Carl Dziunka, Rebecca Houlden, Ian Laidlaw, Lou Lou Nutt, Naomi Rahim, John Raptis, Brett Schewitz, Richard Sharman, Anthony Smith and Heidi Takla. Between them, the photographers are regular contributors to some of the top music publications in the world, and have collectively taken thousands of live music photographs.

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18 Market Ln, Melbourne 3000

Telephone 03 9521 7447

Price up to $15.00

Date 25 Mar 2014-03 Apr 2014

Open Wed 9pm; Thu & Sat-Sun 8pm; Fri 6pm

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