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Exhibitions at ACP Australian Centre for Photography

Australian Centre PhotoAU

OCEANS FROM HERE

7 Sep – 20 Oct 2020
Chris Bennie | Dean Cross | Julia Davis | Emma Hamilton | Honey Long + Prue Stent | Izabela Pluta | Grant Stevens | Kai Wasikowski | John Young Zerunge 
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Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP's Project Space Gallery
Oxford Street
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

PHOTOSTART 2018

ACP's annual celebration of the talent existing within our student community

14 Dec 2018 – 2 Feb 2019
Photostart is the Australian Centre for Photography’s annual celebration of the talent existing within our student community. Photostart features works produced as part of the ACP’s annual program of photographic courses. A vibrant and diverse exhibition of lens-based practice, from architecture to fashion, studio work to street photography. This year’s exhibition also showcases the caliber of our workshop tutors, each an expert in their field.

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Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Project Space Gallery
72 Oxford Street
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

OCEANS FROM HERE

Chris Bennie, Dean Cross, Julia Davis, Prue Stent + Honey Long, and Kai Wasikowski.

7 Sep – 20 Oct 2018

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Project Space Gallery
72 Oxford Street
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Oceans from here

Chris Bennie, Dean Cross, Julia Davis, Prue Stent + Honey Long, and Kai Wasikowski.

27 Jul – 15 Sep 2018
The element of water is a vital force that defines planetary geography, etching the landscape and defining the continents. It moves through disparate sectors of the globe as precipitation – mist, rain, sleet and snow.


As humans, we are bound within nature’s water cycle – perspiring and transpiring. It is the main component of our bodily fluids, which carry essential nutrients to the organs and remove toxic wastes. Our physical and p… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP's Project Space Gallery
72 Oxford Street
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Photostart

annual celebration of the talented student community

15 Dec 2017 – 3 Feb 2018

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Gohar Dashti

Iran

today's life and war and Untitled (Iran)

11 Apr – 7 Jun 2015

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Anne Ferran

Shadow Land

8 Nov 2014 – 18 Jan 2015
ACP is dedicating its Summer Season to respected Australian photomedia artist Anne Ferran. Ferran’s images explore the residues of Australia and New Zealand’s colonial histories, observing their gaps and silences and what else they reveal. The largest exhibition of Ferran’s works ever held, Shadow Land includes a selection of photographic, textile, video and text works from Ferran’s most significant projects and series that span a career of almost 30 years. The … more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

We Are Family

Michele Aboud, Deborah Kelly, Annie Magdalena Laerkesen, r e a, The Twilight Girls and Waded

1 Mar – 18 May 2014

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Photostart

Pop-up exhibition of new and emerging photographers

21 Nov – 24 Nov 2013

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Sascha Weidner

UNVEILED, the Sydney project

UNVEILED, the Sydney project

3 Mar – 19 Apr 2012
Sascha Weidner | UNVEILED, the Sydney Projectuntil April 19, 2012Australian Centre for PhotographySASCHA WEIDNERUNVEILED, the Sydney ProjectFor this project, Sascha Weidner has moved between Sydney´s terrain und subterrain, with images shot over a ten-day period. At the conclusion, Weidner departs, leaving the images to chemically decompose during the six-week exhibition period. The project combines object and installation and encourages visitors to investigate, touch and handle the works … more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Polixeni Papapetrou

Tales from Elsewhere

A Retrospective

4 Feb – 12 Mar 2011
Following her recent triumphs in China, France, Greece, Japan, Korea, The Netherlands, Slovakia and USA, ACP is proud to present the first major retrospective of the work of the internationally acclaimed Australian photo-artist Polixeni Papapetrou.

The exhibition focuses on a series of highly evolved bodies of work created in collaboration with her children, Olympia and Solomon, and their friends. Made over the past dozen years as the children are growing towards teenage, the images use play an… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Images from Adland

The Communications Council

4 Feb – 12 Mar 2011
Polixeni Papapetrou: Tales from Elsewhere
A Retrospective

Friday 4 February - Saturday 12 March

Following her recent triumphs in China, France, Greece, Japan, Korea, The Netherlands, Slovakia and USA, ACP is proud to present the first major retrospective of the work of the internationally acclaimed Australian photo-artist Polixeni Papapetrou.
The exhibition focuses on a series of highly evolved bodies of work created in collaboration with her children, Olympia and Solomon, and their friends.… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Catherine Nelson

Creation

4 Feb – 12 Mar 2011
Polixeni Papapetrou: Tales from Elsewhere
A Retrospective

Friday 4 February - Saturday 12 March

Following her recent triumphs in China, France, Greece, Japan, Korea, The Netherlands, Slovakia and USA, ACP is proud to present the first major retrospective of the work of the internationally acclaimed Australian photo-artist Polixeni Papapetrou.
The exhibition focuses on a series of highly evolved bodies of work created in collaboration with her children, Olympia and Solomon, and their friends.… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Hijacked

selection of new photography from Australia and America

12 Jun – 19 Jul 2008

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Phantasia

Phantasia

1 May – 7 Jun 2008
Vivid, complex and magical, the works in this exhibition abandon the traditional realm of the photographic - the real world - to conjure images of the fantastical. From Magdalena Bors' fairytale scenes to Alexia Sinclair's regal women of history and Simon Strong's dreamscapes; from Andrew Mamo's phantasmagoria to Mark Kimber's landscapes of the imagination, it is an odyssey of the fabulous. The result of highly skilled and detailed construction these enchanted scenes are either created as theatr… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Natascha Stellmach

The Book of Back

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23 Aug – 29 Sep 2007
The cross-media project The Book of Back explores through staged and found photographs, stories, video and installation, a dark family story set between Germany and Australia, underpinned by the poetic Germanic idea of Zerrissenheit - being torn between lands, being torn between worlds, being torn. In this work 'Back' is a metaphor for a lost place, for the past, representing the hidden part of history one often chooses to ignore because it is difficult, painful or sad.

The Book of Back consist… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Boris Eldagsen

NoCure

NoCure

23 Aug – 29 Sep 2007
Bathing the viewer in bright, white light, Boris Eldagsen's large-scale, four channel video and sound installation is a poetic and haunting meditation on the transience of life and memory that is as confronting as it is serene. The soundtrack, composed by David Chisholm, is underscored by material drawn from Wagner's Götterdämmerung and features lyrics of the British band The Cure.


New German Photomedia at ACP
Three exceptional exhibitions open at ACP this spring as part of the GerMANY FACES… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Thomas Weinberger

LuxLoci

23 Aug – 16 Sep 2007
The cross-media project The Book of Back explores through staged and found photographs, stories, video and installation, a dark family story set between Germany and Australia, underpinned by the poetic Germanic idea of Zerrissenheit - being torn between lands, being torn between worlds, being torn. In this work 'Back' is a metaphor for a lost place, for the past, representing the hidden part of history one often chooses to ignore because it is difficult, painful or sad.

The Book of Back consist… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Ben Bohane

The Black Islands

Spirit and war in Malanesia

8 Sep – 14 Oct 2006
The Black Islands
Spirit and war in Malanesia

Curated by Bec Dean

In The Black Islands the vast archipelago of the southwest pacific region becomes interconnected with images and stories of post-colonial resistance, religious fervour, traditional custom, guerrilla warfare, environmental catastrophe and urbanisation. Renowned Australian photojournalist Ben Bohane's commitment to illuminating the struggles and spirit worlds behind news from Melanesia is clearly evident in this sensitive body of … more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

If You Leave Me, can I Come Too?

If You Leave Me, can I Come Too?

Melancholy and dissociation in australian photomedia practice

3 Mar – 9 Apr 2006
If You Leave Me, can I Come Too?
Melancholy and dissociation in australian photomedia practice

Turning-in to a zeitgeist that is up-on-the-downside if you leave me, can I come too? brings together contemporary Australian artists that convey a sense of humour-tinted melancholy through their work. Taking its title from the deadpan irony of a Mental as Anything break-up song, this exhibition considers broad social themes from personal failure to environmental disconnection, across a range of photo… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Erwin Olaf

Elegance & perversity

15 Jul – 28 Aug 2005
AGEING PIN-UPS, SLAIN ROYALS, DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES, DEBAUCHED PARTIES AND FETISHISED DESIGNER BODIES -

Erwin Olaf brings his incisive wit and vision to create a satirical portrait of our contemporary consumer society. Visually sophisticated and conceptually provocative, his images challenge global trends towards youth-obsessed sexuality, hypocrisy, violence, hyper-consumerism and social control.

Specially curated for ACP, this solo exhibition by the celebrated Dutch photographer bri… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

Suburban Edge

5 Mar – 18 Apr 2004
Looking beyond the stereotype of bungalow and bowling club, this exhibition focuses on photomedia that reflects the edgier realities of Australian suburbia today. It explores two emerging concerns for many young people - the affirmation of the self through challenge and the construction of identity through mass media. From extreme skating to body piercing, from teenage sexuality to hooning, the exhibition brings together photography, video, installation and performance work in a dramatic and at … more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

ACP Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street . Paddington
NSW 2021 Sydney

+61 2-9332 0555


www.acp.org.au

My Xerox Weighs a Tonne

25 Jul – 31 Aug 2003
Tobin Yelland, Mike O'Meally, Aaron Rose, Max Creasy, Todd James, Ed Templeton, Misha Hollenbach, Max Doyle, Brendon Fowler, Alex Corporan, Raphael Rashid, Renks, Beci Orpin, Ari Marcopoulos, Dion Kovak, Shauna T., Elska Sandor, Dale Nason, Fergadelic, Gen Kay, Ben Sansbury, Micah Handorf, Deanne Cheuk, Sk8thng, Delta

Curated by Misha Hollenbach and Shauna Toohey

The third and final exhibition in our season at the interface of art and popular culture, this exhibition showcases two dominant for… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

Staring in the Dark

13 Jun – 20 Jul 2003
Linda Erceg, Victoria
Thomas Jordan & Rod McRae, New South Wales
Mimi Kelly and Clint Woodger, South Australia
Scott Redford, Queensland
David Rosetzky, Victoria
Paul M. Smith, United Kingdom
Cee Sperét, Northern Territory


"We have been metamorphosed from a mad body dancing on hillsides to a pair of eyes staring in the dark"
Jim Morrison

The pornography industry in the USA has a turnover three times that of Hollywood. It is the most prevalent 'underground' 'minority' form in the West. This e… more

Australian Centre PhotoAU

No More Than I Know

2 May – 8 Jun 2003
Curated by Max Doyle and Malcolm Watt, the creators of doingbird magazine, this presentation brings together some of the hottest names in contemporary photography worldwide. These are the image-makers that operate at the creative interface between art and fashion, setting the pace for the world's leading style publications: COLORS, Dazed & Confused, Dutch, The Face, Surface, Index, i-D, Interview, V, Self Service, Purple, Vogue…more