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An Exhibition Is Coming To Melbourne Showcasing Locals’ Vision Of The Inner West

By Louis Costello

Frasers Property Australia recently ran a public photography competition, ‘Perspectives of the Inner West’, that offered a $5,000 prize pool to showcase selected entries in a free public exhibition.

All you had to do was capture photos of the beauty of anywhere in the Inner West and enter them in the running.

Judging the entries was a panel of some of Melbourne’s most recognisable photography connoisseurs and creative professionals including Julian Hills, Shane Nagle and photographer Chris Cincotta, the founder of Melbourne I Love You and Humans In Melbourne.

The finalists’ brilliant, incredible, amazing, show-stopping, spectacular, unique art will be featured in an exhibition at Grazeland, Spotswood between the 12th and 28th of May. You can take a sneak peek at the entries below:

The competition was supported by another slice of the west’s history, the Bradmill Yarraville development on Francis Street in Yarraville. Developed by Frasers Property Australia and partner Irongate, Bradmill Yarraville is set to become an iconic community in Melbourne’s inner west, encompassing townhomes, apartments, a neighbourhood shopping centre, community facilities and a revitalised heritage precinct.

Bradmill has a long-standing reputation as a must-see destination for urban exploration as well as a hotspot for vibrant street art, and is one of the most photographed structures in the west.

Head to Grazeland to inject some culture into your veins and take a look at the beauty of Melbourne’s unsung hero. This city isn’t just one of the world’s most liveable, it’s also one of the most photogenic.

Visit 'Perspectives of the Inner West' for more details.

Editor’s note: this article was produced in partnership with Frasers Property. Thank you for supporting the partners who make Urban List possible. To read our editorial policy, click here.

Images: Shane Nagle; Monique Couvee

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