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'Brenton in Gingham' photograph by Peter Elfes

Photograph, 'Brenton in "Gingham" ', cibachrome print, Brenton Heath-Kerr/ Brendon Williamson/Peter Elfes, Sydney, Australia, 1992-1996.
Photograph titled 'Brenton in "Gingham" ', showing Brenton Heath-Kerr in his "Gingham Woman" costume of 1991, the photographic set art directed by Brendon Williamson showing "Gingham Woman" in domestic environment having breakfast, the light entering from a window with gingham curtains, the table set for breakfast with tea cup, cereal bowl and daisies on gingham table cloth, "Gingham Woman" uses gingham serviette, photographed by Peter Elfes in 1992, cibachrome print by the Australian Imaging Group, Fitzroy Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, 1995.
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