Photographic Exhibitions

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In red:  New entries


to more than a dozen photographic events and exhibition around Sydney. Bondi Pavilion, Paddington reservoir gardens, and much more.


Photographer of the year entries close 8 November.  Fabulous prizes  Go for it !!

Newcastle National Exhibition of Photography   March 6-7 2021

Entries to be presented by 23 November 2020

Art Gallery of NSW.   Permanent collection, thousands of photographs

From September 21   Van Gogh Alive

Royal Hall of Industries, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park.  Van Gogh Alive, produced by Grande Exhibitions, is the large-scale, multi-sensory experience that has inspired over 6 million people across 50 cities around the world. This digital spectacular runs for a strictly limited COVID-aware season.

June 22 to January 28 2021   Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Sydney Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

August 28 to November 13     Light Shadow: Koo Bohnchang

Korean Cultural Centre Australia, Elizabeth Street Sydney.  Featuring 39 photography works, Light Shadow captures the moment of encounter between baekja (_white porcelain) and _dal hang-ari (moon jar) of the Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910), a camera and an artist.

September 17 to November 22    A Thousand Words exhibition

Museum of Sydney    compelling photographic images from the rich collections of Sydney Living Museums and the State Archives and Records Authority of NSW, created between the 1880s and the 1980s

February 2 to March 7,  2021   International Festival of Photography


May 22 to March 31,  2021   Developing Sydney: capturing change 1900-1920

Virtual online event. Fascinating photographs 1900 t0 1920

August 28,   2021   The Ballarat International Foto Biennale

Ballarat   The Ballarat International Foto Biennale was founded in 2005 and attracts significant International and Australian photographers as one of Australia’s pre-eminent photographic festivals.

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