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Photojournalists brave war and crisis to tell their stories in the annual World Press Photo exhibition.
Catch up on our Talking Deadly series hosted by Travis De Vries and featuring artists whose work responds to Cook’s legacy from a First Nations perspective.
Historical newspapers are a world of wonderful surprises — anywhere you land within them.
Get your nominations in for the 2021 Premier's Literary Awards by 5pm, Monday 12 October 2020.
With an ardent passion for photography and a love of fast sports cars, the Sydney socialite Marcia AM Clark, born in 1913, was heir to a family fortune.
While June has long since slipped from public memory, astrology and psychic pursuits hold an interesting place in Australian media history.
The Library has recently acquired a highly detailed world map, published in London in 1798.
The Library has recently acquired a unique oil painting by Australian artist Herbert Badham.
Three artists’ books — Signs & wonders by Stephen Dupont and Jacques Menasche, Farewell Angelina by Anna D’Addario and Duende by Peter Lyssiotis — were recently added to the Library’s collection.
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