November 23rd, 2017 to March 4th, 2018
Fairy Tales brings together international and Australian contemporary artists with key historical works. Tracing the genre of the fairy tale from the mid-19th century to now, this exhibition will explore the function of the fairy tale in society and how artists continue to use this genre to express social concerns and anxieties surrounding issues such as the abuse of power, injustice and exploitation.… Continued
August 24th, 2017 to October 15th, 2017
This international group exhibition curated by Nadine Barth which opened in Dusseldorf in 2016 is now showing in The Netherlands. Bling Bling Baby explores new trends in photography and presents the new, colourful world of photography. From Glam Fashion to nature poems, from the ironic representation to pop portraits – the past few years have seen the emergence of a fascinating canon of images which celebrate the artificial and do not shy away from kitsch.… Continued
November 23rd, 2017 to December 15th, 2017
Between Worlds is included in the exhibition Mediterraneo at the Photolux Festival, International Biennial of Photography, Lucca, Italy.
“The Mediterranean is a vast archive, an immense grave.”
The 2017 edition of Photolux Festival sets its focus on the photographers of the Mediterranean and on those who made the “Mare Nostrum” the object of their gaze, in the hope that such vision will lead to new influences and describe a sea where civilizations have met and fought for millennia, enriching and convoluting its history.… Continued
September 7th, 2017 to November 11th, 2018
WALL POWER: Contemporary Australian Photography brings together 22 leading Australian photographers. At the core of WALL POWER lies the photographic image and the immediacy and power of the medium.
This exhibition presented as part of the Australia – Germany cultural exchange in 2017 and showcases contemporary Australian photography and presents some of the strongest examples of Australian photography to a broad international audience over a two-year tour of Cologne, Berlin, London and Paris.… Continued
August 19th, 2017 to August 27th, 2017Produced by the Australian Museum of Contemporary Photography, ‘Instincts‘ presents a spectrum of practical and conceptual approaches that inquire into the complexity of Australia’s identity. The exhibition includes work by six photographers who work and live on the Australian continent. The artists Gilbert Bel-Bachir, Phil Bayly, Phillip George, Graham Miller, Polixeni Papapetrou and William Yang offer imaginative interpretations of the Australian condition, from the unique nature of southern landscapes to the peculiar narrative resonance that emerges from a land so steeped in symbolism and stories.… Continued
July 31st, 2017 to February 24th, 2018
The story of cancer is complex and extremely personal. It is a disease shrouded in fear and dread. There are many types of cancer and for generations doctors and researchers have been frantically searching for remedies. At the moment the so-called ‘blunt instruments’ of surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy are still the main medical treatments, however new approaches and technologies are emerging.… Continued