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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
Photography cadets with model, Sydney Morning Herald 1967 © Mervyn BishopInk jet print, digital exhibition copy of gelatin silver photograph
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