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Photo Exhibition - “From Illirya to Elsinore” Midsummer Scene and Dubrovnik by Bari Goddard

Written by  Jun 11, 2017

Bari Goddard has been working and exhibiting under the pseudonym G O D Photography for the last 15 years. His work encompasses film-making, photography, painting and music. This exhibition showcases images from 'Hamlet' and 'Twelfth Night' as well as scenes of Dubrovnik inspired by the plays of Marin Drzic.

His recent photographic exhibitions include the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in London 2015 and 2016, the Louvre Paris 2015 and the Cave Gallery London 2015. Whilst relatively new to film-making, he has completed visually outlandish videos for bands such as Danse Society, Sex Gang Children and Knives, as well as CD cover artwork for Andi Sex Gang and Wormhead amongst others. He has performed with the likes of Jimmy Somerville, Madonna, Cliff Richard, Banderas, Horse, Then Jerico etc.

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'Midsummer Scene /Night Dubrovnik' his last exhibition in Croatia, opened in Dubrovnik, on June 2016 – commissioned by the City of Dubrovnik for their annual festival 'Midsummer Scene'.

“The 13,” his most recent exhibition previewed at the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in London from May 25th – June 26th.

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Bari Goddard's exhibition traces both Dubrovnik and Midsummer Scene Festival during the seasons 2015 and 2016, when the festival staged the critically acclaimed international box office hit “Twelfth Night” and “Hamlet” featuring the first woman in the titular role of the play on a major Croatian stage. In a blend of behind and on the stage photographs from Midsummer Scene productions, Illyria and Elsinore - two vital, almost mythical Shakespearean locations - come together with Bari Goddard's unique portrait of Dubrovnik that has proved as the perfect stage for great classical theatre.

The exhibition will be held from the 1st to the 7th of July in the Sponza Palace in the Old City of Dubrovnik and admission is free of charge.


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