Exhibition at Galerie Karsten Greve
As pointed last year, there’s a diverse selection of photography presently on exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia – in Canberra.
as reported in other blogs – I set out to see what photography was on exhibition in three cultural institutions in Canberra. The news is not all bad. There’s stuff to see – just you have to know where to look.
British Algae by Anna Atkin was the first book ever to be illustrated with photography, and the images within it were the first photographs ever used for scientific illustration.
There’s a really good and diverse selection of photography presently on exhibition this summer (2018/2019) at the National Gallery of Australia – in Canberra.
Photography is alive and well – at the MGA (Melbourne)
Exhibition at GAGProjects (Adelaide) till 18 November 2018.
Click here for an essay by Gael Newton and links to the exhibition page.
There’s an interesting article in The Guardian about the link between technology and the uses of photography.
This exhibition of Australian photography at the Monash Gallery of Art (South-east Melbourne) is a must see for all those interested in Australian photography.
Exhibition notice – Oceans from here at the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) Project Space, 72 Oxford Street Darlinghurst NSW. till 15 September 2018
An exhibition has opened at the Eastman Museum (Rochester) Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window.
There’s a post online for an exhibition of the photographs of Valentina Vannicola – the project is titled Riviere.
Congratulations to Moshe Rosenzveig for his dedication to the medium of photography – especially for his amazing work in bringing the photography festival, Head-On, to Sydney for all of us to enjoy.
When calling into see the 2018 National Photography Prize at Albury, I was first taken by a small exhibition in the room opposite.
Bill Henson at the Tolarno Galleries 104 Exhibition Street Melbourne
till 2 June 2018.
Celebrating IWD – 8th March 2018
Adelie Hurley (1919-2010) – The first Australian female commercial photojournalist
An exhibition of Australian contemporary photography (and two video works) at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery (Canberra) till 8 April 2018
Exhibition: Pat Brassington: the body electric at the Art Gallery of New South Wales till 11 Feb 2018.
A few images and comments on the recent changes to the collection exhibitions at the National Gallery of Canberra – more reasons to visit during summer 2017/2018.
Friday 1oth November 2017: David Moore was posthumously inducted into the Australian Media Hall of Fame in recognition of his outstanding contribution to Australian journalism.
Lisa Moore has announced this on her facebook page – click here.
A very good piece on ArtBlart about Bill Heimerman 1950 – 2017
Photo above: Peter Leiss, William Heimerman c. 1975-80
We have uploaded a new page on photo-web that provides a link to Gael Newton’s essays on Max Dupain as well as links to other articles and resources. Click here.
Max Dupain, Bankstown aerodrome camouflage experiment, c.1943. National Archives of Australia
An exhibition presented by the Kunstbibliothek, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, and the Gesellschaft für Deutsch-Chinesischen Kulturellen Austausch e.V. (GeKA) – click here.
The Art House, Singapore, 3 AUG – 3 SEP 2017
10 Nov 2017 – 12 March 2018, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
Click here to download the pdf of the exhibition of the finalists
The 2017 Director’s Choice Award was the The Papapetrou Family by Anne Zahalka, acquired for the Tweed Regional Gallery’s Permanent Collection through funds from the Friends of the Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre Inc.
Exhibition now open at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (Hobart).
Wonderful photography – and a well curated exhibition.
The Ballarat International Foto Biennale today announced the 28 finalists in the running for the inaugural Martin Kantor Portrait Prize.
2017 BALLARAT INTERNATIONAL FOTO BIENNALE
19 AUGUST – 17 SEPTEMBER
from the artist:
An exhibition I hope to see – being on till 30th Jul 2017
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) has announced that one of Australia’s leading visual artists, Bidjara man Dr Christian Thompson is set to make his virtual reality debut as winner of the inaugural $80,000 Mordant Family VR Commission. Click here.