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Reflecting Australia’s multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-faith nature, Under the sun: Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker, is an audacious exhibition of new works by fifteen Australian artists who interrogate the social and political implications of Dupain’s iconic image and the complexities at play surrounding our collective and national identity.
Join a panel of artists, writers and curators for a dynamic discussion about their experiences and creative processes in developing their personal responses to the Sunbaker for this landmark photographic and photomedia exhibition.
Chaired by Daniel Boetker-Smith, Managing Editor of Australia’s leading photographic journal Photofile and Director of Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive, the panel includes Australian Centre for Photography’s Curator, Claire Monneraye and exhibiting artists Nasim Nasr, Julie Rrap and Sara Oscar.
Event Image: Nasim Nasr, Still for Eighty Years, production stills from video 2017. Courtesy and © the artist, 2017.