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2020 Vision, a photographic review of NSW communities in 2020, has just completed touring. It opened at the SHAC Robertson in May and recently finished up in two locations on the Central Coast. To celebrate this milestone, we are running a people’s choice and giving away a stack of awesome photo books, including the 2020 Vision catalogue.

2020 Vision takes a poignant look back at the shared struggles, the collective resilience, and the complex recovery process experienced by Australian communities in NSW, featuring 20 incredible images in the exhibition and 20 more in the accompanying book.  This is a legacy to the year that was 2020.

To go into the running to win this amazing book stack, log into your Head On account to visit the 2020 Vision exhibition images in our online gallery. See the astonishing, haunting, heartbreaking, even joyous images from photographers from all around the state, and pick your favourite through the link below, which also contains images from the book.  The winner will be drawn at random and announced in the next newsletter in mid-July.  It’s so easy!

Choose your favourite here.

Enjoy the incredible images, and good luck!

2020 Vision will be featured in our 2021 Head On Photo Festival in November. We are thankful to Create NSW for funding that enabled us to support the NSW-based photographers selected for the project.


This project is proudly supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW as part of Arts Restart


Head On Foundation (est. 2008) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting photographers' work at all career stages. We encourage excellence and innovation, make photography accessible to all, and raise awareness of important issues through the medium. The Foundation's main activities are Head On Photo Festival and Head On Awards (Portrait, Landscape, and Student photographic prizes) and an annual program of collaborative projects. Head On Foundation is a bridge between Australian and international photography markets. The festival has toured in the US, China, India, Europe, and New Zealand, introducing the global arts community to the wealth of photographic talent Australia possesses.

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