Exhibition : The photograph and AustraliaThe Art Gallery of New South Wales is proud to present the major exhibition The photograph and Australia, which explores the crucial role photography has played in shaping our understandings of the nation. It will run from 21 March to 8 June 2015.
Tracing the evolution of the medium and its many uses from the 1840s until today, this is the largest exhibition of Australian photography held since 1988 that borrows from collections nationwide.
It presents more than 400 photographs by more than 120 artists, including Morton Allport, Richard Daintree, Paul Foelsche, Samuel Sweet, JJ Dwyer, Charles Bayliss, Frank Hurley, Harold Cazneaux, Olive Cotton, Max Dupain, Sue Ford, Carol Jerrems, Tracey Moffatt, Robyn Stacey, Ricky Maynard, Anne Ferran and Patrick Pound.
Iconic images are shown alongside works by unknown and a...
Ingeborg Tyssen expose ses "Photographs" et Sue Ford sa "Time Machine" en Australie
Ingeborg Tyssen (1945-2002) was one of Australia’s leading photographers of the postwar generation and a major figure in Australian photographic history.
This is the first museum retrospective of her work since her memorial show was held at the Art Gallery of NSW in 2002.
Ingeborg Tyssen : Photographs showcases a remarkable body of work produced prior to her untimely and tragic accidental death in 2002.
Her works have that rare ability of being able to acutely observe people within their environment. Her earliest photographs, taken in the city streets, fun parks and suburbs of ‘70s Australia and America, radiate a gentle surrealism mixed with urban isolation.
Ingeborg Tyssen, Tree Series, Annandale, Sydney, 1981, Collection of the Estate of Ingeborg Tyssen, courtesy of John...