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Photographs displayed at 'Bruno Benini: fashion images 1956-1976' exhibition at RMIT

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Photographic prints (47), 'Bruno Benini: fashion images 1956-1976' exhibition at RMIT, black and white (44) and colour (3), photographs by Bruno Benini, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1956-1976

Photographic prints (47), 'Bruno Benini: fashion images 1956-1976' exhibition, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Friday 12 February - Saturday 13 March 1999, black and white and colour, set behind a front mat signed and dated by Bruno Benini, created for Bruno's exhibition during Melbourne Fashion Week …

Summary

Object No.

2009/43/1-1

Object Statement

Photographic prints (47), 'Bruno Benini: fashion images 1956-1976' exhibition at RMIT, black and white (44) and colour (3), photographs by Bruno Benini, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1956-1976

Physical Description

Photographic prints (47), 'Bruno Benini: fashion images 1956-1976' exhibition at RMIT, black and white (44) and colour (3), photographs by Bruno Benini, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1956-1976

Photographic prints (47), 'Bruno Benini: fashion images 1956-1976' exhibition, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Friday 12 February - Saturday 13 March 1999, black and white and colour, set behind a front mat signed and dated by Bruno Benini, created for Bruno's exhibition during Melbourne Fashion Week (February 1999) at the RMIT Gallery of work in fashion between 1956 and 1976, reprinted 1999 by Bruno Benini, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1956-1976/1999.

Dimensions

Height

202 mm

Width

119 mm

Production

Notes

RMIT black and white prints were produced by Bruno Benini, the colour cibachrome prints were outsourced to a colour processing laboratory in Melbourne and then placed in mounts by the brother of Phillip Quirk.
Many of the photographs were originally used for marketing and promotion of Australian and international fashion in the fashion pages of local and national newspapers, and some fashion magazines.
All b/w prints were made to 16" x 20" photographic print format (ie approx 406mm x 508mm).

History

Notes

Prints are part of the Bruno Benini photography archive which was acquired by the Powerhouse Museum with the assistance of the Australian Government's National Cultural Heritage Account in 2009.

These particulalr prints were created by Benini for the 'Bruno Benini: fashion images 1956-1976' exhibition held at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Friday 12 February - Saturday 13 March 1999.

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photographs displayed at 'Bruno Benini: fashion images 1956-1976' exhibition at RMIT 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 August 2022, <https://ma.as/398709>

Wikipedia

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