A study of more than 2000 early landscape photographs shows how nature was framed as a wilderness, empty of First Nations peoples.
John Turnbull helped survey coral reefs in Norfolk Island for the first time in eight years, and snapped marine life he didn't expect to see there.
Portraits of Extraordinary Trees, Illuminated, 2020, is a solo exhibition by UNSW alumna and former Art & Design academic, Louise Fowler-Smith.
In a contemporary culture that is saturated with images of death, homelessness and war, it is perhaps the quiet stillness of David Goldblatt’s images that make them a little unnerving.
It is the combination of immigrant identity, sexual awakening and creative imagination that makes Yang a major figure in Australian art, writes Prudence Gibson.
Wild Researchers is a unique collaboration between UNSW and award-winning photographer Tamara Dean that transports us outside the lab and into the elements.
UNSW has joined forces with award-winning photographer Tamara Dean in a unique collaboration that showcases university researchers working in the elements. The exhibition opens on 4 November at the Australian Museum.
Post-mortem portraiture was a common practice in the Victorian era but would be considered shocking today, writes Phillip George.
Hoax images have a long history so beware what you share, writes Phillip George.
A major retrospective of Australian photography at the Art Gallery of NSW has produced a cool yet passionate argument on the very nature of Australia, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.