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Markus Andersen - Cabramatta

Markus Andersen - Cabramatta

18 January - 19 February 2017 - - - With this new series of works produced between 2015 and 2016 in Cabramatta, Sydney-based photographer Markus Andersen contributes to drawing a new picture of a misunderstood suburb.  118 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - 12 pm to 6 pmSaturday -...

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Atong Atem, Us

Atong Atem, Us

13 February - 02 July 2017 - - - ACP is pleased to partner with Customs House to present the thought-provoking and alluring work of Atong Atem. Melbourne-based, Atong Atem draws from her South Sudanese heritage to create compelling photographic work that explores postcolonial practices in the diaspora, the relationship between...

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Shaun Gladwell, Virtual Imperator - Edge of Empire

Shaun Gladwell, Virtual Imperator - Edge of Empire

17 March - 6 May 2017 - - - A new exhibition of photographic, video and VR works by Shaun Gladwell critically addressing the ambivalence of representing conflict and the historical persistence of imperial structures. - - - In this new exhibition, leading Australian artist Shaun Gladwell continues to interrogate the...

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Photostart: Term 3 & 4 2016 Students

Photostart: Term 3 & 4 2016 Students

14 December - 14 January 2016 - - - Photostart is curated by the Australian Centre for Photography as a celebration of student works generated in the ACP Workshop, July – December 2016. ACP has a strong commitment to providing high quality, hands-on courses for emerging photographic artists and the wider photography...

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David Burnett, The Presidents: From JFK to Obama

David Burnett, The Presidents: From JFK to Obama

19 October – 12 November 2016 - - - In the lead-up to the US Election, ACP offers the opportunity to enjoy iconic images of the US Presidents from the last 50 years through the unique work of leading American photojournalist David Burnett. - - - From iconic statesmen such as JFK, to...

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Henri Mallard - Building the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Henri Mallard - Building the Sydney Harbour Bridge

16 November - 10 December 2016 - - - The Sydney Harbour Bridge was as innovative in its construction methods as it was modern in its design. This is a specially selected exhibition of work that illustrates Henri Mallard’s affinity for his times and connects us to the birth of...

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Miti Ruangkritya & Photo Books From Asia Pacific

Miti Ruangkritya & Photo Books From Asia Pacific

21 September – 15 October 2016 - - - To launch a new Pop-Up Gallery, ACP presents the controversial and humorous work of Thai photographer Miti Ruangkritya alongside a unique collection of photobooks from The Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive. - - - Thai Politics no.3 is a body of works by...

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By a window

By a window

5 – 27 August 2016 - - - A collaborative exhibition between Australian Centre for Photography and Verge Gallery featuring Michael Riley photographs from the University of Sydney Union art collection and archival material from the University of Sydney Archives, The Settlement Community Centre and the State Library of NSW....

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Social Gallery: Frame 17A

Social Gallery: Frame 17A

16 April - 15 May 2016 This Social Gallery exhibition highlights the decision making process entailed in taking photographs by displaying enlarged proof sheets made from black and white film. Each roll of exposed film contains a set of outcomes, bounded by a materially determined beginning and end. The photographers...

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Photostart: Term 1 Students 2016

Photostart: Term 1 Students 2016

6 May - 15 May 2016   Photostart is curated by Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) and is part of the ACP's education program and our commitment to supporting emerging photographers and the wider photographic community. Our Term 1, 2016, Photostart exhibition opened on Thursday 5 May from 6pm in our...

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Transfer

Transfer

16 April – 15 May 2016 - - - Devised in response to ACP's current climate of change, Transfer examines the ambivalence of transitory processes and the experience of being in-between.  Featuring work by Olive Cotton, Rachael Ireland, Leila Jeffreys, Katrin Koenning, Deb Mansfield, Stacy Mehrfar, Kurt Sorensen and Jeroen Toirkens. Curated by...

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Martin Parr – Life's A Beach

Martin Parr – Life's A Beach

31 January – 27 March 2016 - - - Celebrated UK artist and Magnum Photographer Martin Parr's Life's a Beach celebrates the seaside in its myriad forms. Parr's colourful images capture a diverse and intriguing spread of holiday-makers from all around the world in this very special exhibition at Bondi Pavilion...

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Photostart: Term 4 Students 2015

Photostart: Term 4 Students 2015

4 December - 6 December 2015 --- Photostart is curated by Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) and is part of the ACP's education program and our commitment to supporting emerging photographers and the wider photographic community. Our Term 4, 2015, Photostart exhibition opened on Thursday 3 December from 6pm upstairs in our...

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Social Gallery: Darkroom Social

Social Gallery: Darkroom Social

Richard Hancock, Rachael Ireland, Cameron Longshaw, Koji Makino, Adam North, Jeremias Zylberberg.   30 October - 29 November 2015   In conjunction with The Alchemists: Rediscovering Photography in the Age of the Jpeg in the main galleries, the Social Gallery upstairs presents the group show Darkroom Social. This year the ACP...

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THE ALCHEMISTS: REDISCOVERING PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE AGE OF THE JPEG

THE ALCHEMISTS: REDISCOVERING PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE AGE OF THE JPEG

30 October - 6 December 2015 - - - This project considers the resurgent interest in experimental darkroom processes within contemporary photography with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific region. A project by the Australian Centre for Photography, The Australian National University and The University of Sydney, Sydney College of the Arts. - - -...

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Social Gallery: Burnout

Social Gallery: Burnout

Simon Davidson 28 August - 26 October 2015   Over recent decades, Simon Davidson has become recognised as one of Australia’s leading photographers. Self-taught, he began his photographic career working in a monochrome darkroom back when photography was 100% analogue. From there he established a base in New York, then...

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