Image: Moshe Rosenzveig OAM – Vee Speers at Paddington Reservoir Gardens
Head On Photo Festival has almost come to an end, but there is still some time to see these phenomenal exhibitions.
This weekend, explore fantastic exhibitions across Sydney from Paddington and Bondi to Marrickville and Summer Hill.
Stunning exhibitions featuring local and international artists including Vee Speers, Jake Nowakowski, Brian Cassey, Odette Cavill and Du Choff.
Image: Moshe Rosenzveig OAM – Du Choff at Paddington Reservoir Gardens
Disorder Gallery, Darlinghurst
See exhibitions by Diana Nicholette Jeon and Richard Sawdon Smith at Disorder Gallery this weekend. Diana’s exhibition ‘Nights as Inexorable as the Sea’ considers the quirky and unpredictable nature of dreams and memories. While Richard Sawdon Smith dips into his dressing up box to play with themes of gender, identity, sexuality, subjectivity, masculinity, and everything in between.
Image: Disorder Gallery
Emmanuel’s exhibition ‘Silent Agreements-Marrickville-50-Home’ celebrates fifty years of photography in Sydney’s Marrickville. Emmanuel roamed the streets on his doorstep with the confidence of a local and the passion of a provocateur.
Image: Moshe Rosenzveig OAM - Emmanuel Angelicas at Atlas Community & Cultural Centre
Belinda Mason’s ‘Breaking Silent Codes’ is an exhibition of portraits of Australian Indigenous women who came together to share stories of cultural and spiritual responses to family & domestic violence and sexual assault in communities across Australia and the Pacific.
Images: Moshe Rosenzveig OAM – Belinda Mason at Delmar Gallery
See ten beautiful photography exhibitions lining the fence of Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach. Featuring local and international artists including Astrid Blazsek-Ayala, Alpha Award Finalists, Bob Newman, Brett Leigh Dicks, Daniel Kneebone, Dave Tacon, Li Wei, Nikolaos Menoudarakos, Unexposed Collective and Women in Street and Susana Girón
Image: Moshe Rosenzveig OAM - Head On to Bondi
A collection of captivating portraits of the Maasai people from Tanzania: Ngorongoro Crater, Ndutu Plains and Serengeti National Park. Ilan was deeply inspired upon meeting the Maasai tribe and documented the unique culture which is being eroded by Western influence and modern technology.
There is still time to see the fantastic Wildlife Photographer of the Year exibition. The world’s best nature photography exhibition, is even BIGGER and BETTER than ever in 2020, brought to you in partnership with the National Maritime Museum and the Natural History Museum in London.
Image: Alex Mustard