Little and lost to the land

Philippa Hawker, The Age, Melbourne, A2, 10 February, 2007, p. 19

IN RECENT YEARS, Polixeni Papapetrou has been photographing childhood: its trappings and expectations, its meanings and its symbols. It is a many-layered, rich, ambiguous vision. Her images are stylised, carefully staged, heightened depictions: at their centre, for the most part, has been a particular child, her daughter, Olympia.

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