The history of Australian photography is celebrated as the Queensland Art Gallery hosts ‘The Photograph and Australia’, the largest exhibition of its type since 1988, from 4 July to 11 October 2015. Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Deputy Director, Collection and Exhibitions, Maud Page said that as the Gallery was the only venue to host the exhibition outside of New South Wales, the exhibition was a rare opportunity to see photographs from the 19th and 20th centuries, displayed in an art gallery setting. ‘Curated from a contemporary perspective by Judy Annear, Senior Curator, Photographs, Art Gallery of NSW, ‘The Photograph and Australia’ represents the latest thinking on photography and its connection to people, place, culture, and history. It explores how photography played a crucial role in the development of our understanding of Australia as a place and

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