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Photographer Tony Mott will be speaking at the Lismore Regional Gallery on Saturday at 11am. (supplied)
Photographer Tony Mott will be speaking at the Lismore Regional Gallery on Saturday at 11am. (supplied)

During his lengthy career, Tony Mott has photographed numerous icons of rock and roll, including Mick Jagger, Iggy Pop and Peter Garret of Midnight Oil.

Around 150 of his photographs are included in the display, which is titled What a Life! Photography by Tony Mott.

The exhibition will be opened by Jessica Ducrou, producer of Slendour in the Grass and the Falls Festival, at 5.30pm.

For those unable to make the official opening, Tony Mott will be at the gallery on Saturday at 11am to speak about his colourful career.

The exhibition will be on display until the 13 August.

Peter Garrett of Midnight Oil. Photo by Tony Mott.
Peter Garrett of Midnight Oil. Photo by Tony Mott.


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