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The best laid plans of artists and audiences often go awry. Don’t miss our biggest exhibitions for 2015, closing soon!

The best laid plans of artists and audiences often go awry.

With only 6 days left to soak up the photographic juices of Head On Photo Festival, now is your last chance to stop by some of our biggest exhibitions for 2015.

Darling Quarter
Jellyfish, Matt Smith
Open until 31 May


Darling Quarter
Against the Tide, Debbie Fowler and Pamela Jennings
Open until 31 May

Customs House
The Driest Seasons: California Dust Bowl, Michael Robinson Chavez

Open until 31 May

Customs House

Nocturnes in Lapse, Filippo Rivetti
Open until 31 May

Australian Centre for Photography
Iran, Gohar Dashti
Open until 7 June

Museum of Sydney

Head On Portrait Prize 2015
Open until 8 June

New South Wales Parliament House
Head On Landscape Prize 2015

Open until 12 June

Other Featured exhibitions closing soon are:

Friday, 29 May

Istituto Italiano di Cultura

Alessandro Penso- Lost Generation

Saturday, 30 May

Conny Dietzschold Gallery

Thomas Kellner & Daniel Schumann – Timeframes       

Depot II Gallery

Head On Mobile Prize 2015 Finalists – Head On Mobile Prize 2015

Michael Reid Sydney

Petrina Hicks                     

The Japan Foundation Gallery

Naoto Ijichi, Tokyo Gardens

Sunday, 31 May

Black Eye Gallery

Sean Izzard & Simon Harsent – Fifty/50

Bondi Pavilion

The Ludlites – LUDLITES LOVE FILM      

Customs House

Mine Konakci – Remembering Gallipoli 

Matthew Smith- A Parallel Universe

Paddington Resevoir Gardens

Craig Wetjen- Mens’ Shed

Douwe Dijkstra, Brent Winstone, Jaka Adamic-  Monochrome Visions / City Sun / Zombies          

Yellow Korner, Westfield Bondi Junction

Laurent Dequick- URBAN LANDSCAPE


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