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This excerpt from Inside the Snowdome: Making Somersault focuses on director Cate Shortland's strong visual sensibility, the film's influences and her ongoing coll
Art Gallery of NSW curator Coby Edgar talks about the legacy of Australia's first Indigenous photojournalist, saying his work exhibits 'evidence of Indigenous resilience, resistance and excellence'
Art Gallery of NSW curator Coby Edgar pays tribute to Mervyn Bishop - Australia's first ever Indigenous press photographer.
An interview with NFSA curator Tara Marynowsky about working with AGNSW curator Coby Edgar, 2021.
Mervyn Bishop tells the story of his photogaph Photography cadets with model, Sydney Morning Herald 1967.
Mervyn Bishop tells the story behind his iconic photograph, Murray Island 1977.
In this excerpt from Art + Soul Episode 3: Bitter and Sweet, Mervyn Bishop talks about his most famous photograph – Prime Minister Gough Whitlam symbolically pouring sand into the hand of
Jamie van Leeuwen is the filmmaker and photographer behind the Australia Locked Down project, a crowdsourced audiovisual library dedicated to recording the impact of COVID-19 in Australia.
Photography cadets with model, Sydney Morning Herald 1967 © Mervyn BishopInk jet print, digital exhibition copy of gelatin silver photograph
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