Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary and Young Henrys are thrilled to announce the Sydney launch and exhibition for The Damage Report by Melbourne photographer Zo Damage.
The Damage Report celebrates the successful completion of the Zo Damage 365 Day Live Music Photography Project, where on 25 February 2016 Zo committed to photographing a band or more every day for a full year. As 2016 was a leap year Zo photographed each of the 366 days, successfully completing the project on 24 February 2017.
“Zo has captured a period in which many of us are left wondering about the music industry’s future, while showing that the right now is a celebration of a very fertile time of music creation.” — Jason Fuller: Goatsound Studios, The Ruiner, Blood Duster
"The 365 Day Project is about dedication, resilience and determination. Every day for a year, you’d find Zo down in the pit, capturing the stories and the characters who form the narrative of Melbourne’s music.” — Helen Marcou: SLAM, Bakehouse Studios
Zo is very excited to be making the trip up from Melbourne and will be at the gallery for both days. Come on down. Say hello and immerse yourself in The Damage Report and Zo’s 365 Project exhibition. It will be great to see you!
The Damage Report
Sydney book launch & exhibition
Level 1/66 King St Sydney NSW 2000
Guest DJ Jack Shit (Opening night)
Bevies provided by Young Henrys (Opening night)
31 August 6–9pm (Opening night)
1 September 9am–5pm
Free entry – Family friendly
400+ photographs from the Zo Damage 365 Day Project on show.
The Damage Report and 365 Day Project prints available to purchase at event.
Facebook event: facebook.com/events/1510597982333537
Arts Centre Melbourne
A selection of images showing a small portion of the Zo Damage 365 Day Project installation in The Kiln at Arts Centre Melbourne 11-15 August.
“Zo Damage launched her incredible book The Damage Report in our gallery [The Kiln, Gallery 1, Arts Centre Melbourne] on 11 August to a packed house … We were proud to celebrate and exhibit Zo’s brilliant music photos in our place." — David Anderson, Head of Performing Arts Programming, Arts Centre Melbourne.
The Damage Report is also available to purchase at Readings Books Carlton, the Zo Damage online store at seethesound.com.au and at The Damage Report book launch Brisbane and Sydney.