An exhibition that delves into the traditions, culture, arts and architecture from Best’s travels through Europe using an archive of personal negatives and photographic prints.
This exhibition explores the depth and insight into the personality of his subjects through portraiture in traditional analogue photography.
Close presents two up close and personal perspectives on human relationships with nature as they unfold in Canberra and its surroundings.
PhotoAccess is thrilled to invite current or new Members to submit works for the annual Members’ exhibition, now being showcased online! ‘The Salon’ is an opportunity to showcase your recent work and contribute to celebrating the breadth and diversity of our community’s creative and technical practice. Work in or incorporating any photographic medium (including digital and darkroom prints, video, photo-sculpture and installation) can be submitted for exhibition. Digital files, or videos of your work can be submitted for exhibition on our new, soon to be released online gallery space.
An exhibition curated by Aimee Board that explores the issues of hybridity between the machine, humans, animals and the environment, featuring Tara Gilbee, Todd Johnson, Damien Shen and James Tylor.
An exhibition focusing on the impact of human activity in the environment, and the role of the the arts and photographic media, in the face of changing climate, de-colonisation and The Anthropocene.
Tessellate is an interactive work that brings our 21st century to-and-fro with screens to the surface.
Aberration interrogates the slippery shift between fiction and reality in our hyper-mediated world through experimental photographic processes.
PhotoAccess is delighted to announce it will team up with GoST – Gallery of Small Things – for a special group exhibition from 22 August to 6 September 2020. This time PhotoAccess goes to GOST! We’re looking for expressions of interest to exhibit in this tiny yet exciting exhibition.
A group exhibition where participants go on a journey of personal discovery, skills acquisition and creative development as practicing photographers.
An Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) ACT exhibition.
An exhibition exploring the paradox at the heart of bird photography in The Anthropocene Extinction Event.
Exhibition of new works created in the PhotoAccess darkroom by the 2020 Dark Matter Resident, Emilio Cresiani.