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‘Visions Beyond the Frame’


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A photographic exhibition titled ‘Visions Beyond the Frame – A Triumphant Odyssey’ was held at the Lionel Wendt Art Centre, featuring photographs by Ravindra Ranasinghe. The exhibition featured the journey of passionate photographer Ranasinghe and his personal odyssey in becoming a photographer over the last eight years. CameraLK was the main sponsor to the event. The exhibition comprised highly-recommended images captured from across Vietnam, India, Thailand, China and Sri Lanka, which have garnered national as well as international recognition and awards. The exhibition saw the launch of Ranasinghe’s first coffee table book comprising a cross section of 100 selected and award-winning images. Ranasinghe has earned many a local and international recognition with his most recent accolade being an EFIAP Distinction of Excellence – from the Federation of Internationalede’l Art Photographique. Ranasinghe’s impressive portfolio includes 23 national and 59 international awards, 485 acceptances through 275 images in 105 competitions across 40 countries

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