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MAMA CEO Blair French and 2024 National Photography Prize guest judge Nici Cumpston standing next to ‘Four Days Before Winter’, a series of work by Ellen Dahl. Photo: Jeremy Weihrauch. The photos are displayed in varying scales in a dim gallery space, showing flowing hills.

Landscape work that encourages ‘concentrated looking’ wins 2024 National Photography Prize

Ellen Dahl takes home the $30,000 National Photography Prize with lens-based works that centres the Norwegian archipelago, Svalbard.

'ICONS' featuring major works by Steve McCurry. Photo: Supplied.

Steve McCurry's photos that spotlight people during conflict return to Australia

The US photographer is renowned for works with real-life impact, including the 1984 'Afghan Girl' portrait. Now his exhibition is…


New Indigenous gallery opens with repatriated William Barak works

State Library Victoria's new Indigenous gallery is designed to support the voices and stories of Indigenous Victorians and connect visitors…

PHOTO 2024. Image is a sole person in a gallery space looking at a huge wall covered in photographic images.

PHOTO 2024 program revealed with photography trail in the CBD and beyond

The biennial photography festival PHOTO 2024 will present free outdoor art trails and cornerstone exhibitions, including a number of world…

Nude Spencer Tunick. Image is lines upon lines of naked people behind each other on rising levels, standing in front of a curved glass structure.

Nude in the name of art on Brisbane’s iconic Story Bridge

Visual artist Spencer Tunick’s 2023 Brisbane-based work ‘Tide’ is a prequel for bigger things to come in 2024.

‘Photography: Real and Imagined’ Image is a grey walled gallery with one woman looking at four photographs on the back wall and grey plinths under glass showcases in the foreground with more work on them.

New look at photography

Bringing together works from the NGV collection over nearly 140 years, ‘Photography: Real and Imagined’ considers the depth and breadth…

Installation view of Wurrdha Marra on display at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia from 12 October 2023. Photo: Tom Ross.

First Nations display renews in vision and scope

Wurrdha Marra at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia is an ever-evolving space to create new encounters with First Nations…


From Tate Modern to Newcastle, Atong Atem is making an impact

Atong Atem's photography allows the past and the future to co-exist in powerful ways, and it's being noticed internationally.


Celebrating the vision of female photographers in recent exhibitions

Female photographers in the spotlight with a series of currently showing and upcoming exhibitions, each expanding the idea of portraiture.


NGV Triennial 2023 reveals Magic, Matter and Memory

The artist line-up of NGV Triennial 2023 has been unveiled, featuring tech-explorations, notable senior women artists and topics to be…

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