A quiet place, an exhibition of hand printed silver gelatine prints by Nicole Clare Fraser.
Thank you to all that attended the opening of ‘a quiet place’ by Nicole Clare Fraser on Thursday 8 March 2018. We had a wonderful evening and are especially thrilled that so many of her works have been sold. Fraser’s exhibition will be up until 30 March, and accessible from Mondays to Fridays, between 08:30 and 17:00.
To supporting many more emerging South African photographers!
Born in South Africa, Cape Town in 1989, Nicole Fraser studied at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, the University of Cape Town. She graduated in 2012 with a BA in Fine Art Majoring in Photography.
Fraser has been nominated for the Matthew Tierney Fellowship for three consecutive years. Her fourth-year thesis, Garrisons, has been shown at a group exhibition at the AVA Gallery in Cape Town, Greatest Hits 2012: if the halls could talk, the project was also selected for the ABSA L Atelier Exhibition, a Nationwide Art Competition. A selection of Fraser’s photographs form part of the University of Cape Town’s permanent collection.
Fraser has completed two Darkroom Photography and Hand Printing Workshops with the highly regarded and Master Black and White printer, Dennis Da Silva.
Currently, Fraser works as a teacher in Wet Darkroom techniques and printing at FET and tertiary institutions in Cape Town. Her personal practice explores the capturing of spaces and places absent of people but clearly suggestive of the human presence.