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Queertography

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Thanh Vuong
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Location: Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Oxford Street, Paddington NSW, Australia
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Entry Fee: Free
Genres: Fine-Art, Photojournalism/Documentary, Portrait, Street photography

Photography has always played an essential role in the queer community. It is a means of being visible – visibly queer, visibly gay, visibly true.

Curated and produced by Head On Foundation, Queertography is an insightful installation of photographic art that explores LGBTQIA+ experiences caught on camera. Against the gorgeous backdrop of the Paddington Reservoir Gardens on Oxford Street – the beating heart of Sydney Mardi Gras – Head On Foundation displays a diverse series of photography that adds depth to queer representation and explores intersectional experiences. Keep an eye out for events and artists’ talks as part of Queertography.

The exhibition features the work of internationally renowned photographers. See their exhibitions below:

You can also read interviews with the following photographers:

Curator: Moshe Rosenzveig OAM
Assistant Curators: Anita Schwartz, India Urwin, Stephen Godfrey

Queertography is wheelchair-accessible, d/Deaf-friendly, and designed to be inclusive to all.

Queertography is presented on unceded Gadigal land as part of Pride Amplified.

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This event has concluded
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Location: Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Oxford Street, Paddington NSW, Australia
Hours:
Entry Fee: Free
Genres: Fine-Art, Photojournalism/Documentary, Portrait, Street photography
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