The Australian Centre for Photography launches online exhibition archive – Australian Photography

8 September 2021

The Australian Centre for Photography has upgraded its website, and in the process, launched an online exhibition archive featuring works exhibited at the centre from throughout the last decade.

© Ruth Medjber, 'Régine Chassagne, Arcade Fire', 2019
© Ruth Medjber, ‘Régine Chassagne, Arcade Fire’, 2019

A constant in the Australian photographic community for more than 40 years, the ACP was a significant multi-use gallery and workshop space until it officially closed its doors to the public in November last year. You can read more about that here.

© 2012 David Burnett Contact Press Images August 15, 2012 Iowa: Trip of President Barack Obama Cedar Rapids: visit with locals (including vets) @ Rileys Cafe later : interview with Sandra Westfall of PEOPLE Magazine also: signing books and memorabilia backstage for locals
© 2012 David Burnett Contact Press Images August 15, 2012 Iowa: Trip of President Barack Obama Cedar Rapids: visit with locals (including vets) @ Rileys Cafe later : interview with Sandra Westfall of PEOPLE Magazine also: signing books and memorabilia backstage for locals

The online exhibition archive featuring works from 2010-2021, and came about as a result of funding that the ACP received in 2020 from the City of Sydney’s Cultural Sector Resilience Grant program. Included in the online exhibits are work by Rex Dupain, Peter Drew, Glen Lockitch, Barbara McGrady, Cherine Fahd, Martine Gutierrez and more.

 

© James Tylor, Wirramiyu, photograph with ochre, 2017
© James Tylor, Wirramiyu, photograph with ochre, 2017

You can check out the exhibition archive and some recent online exhibitions on the website here. 

© Rex Dupain, Walking Man, Barcelona 2016
© Rex Dupain, Walking Man, Barcelona 2016

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