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Head On Photo Festival

Sydney loves photography and, thanks to Head On Photo Festival, this month you can get your photo fix all over the place. In a lineup bigger than Ben Hur, Head On delights with artists and amateurs, photojournalists and hobbyists, showcasing their talents across a range of venues. For those wanting to stretch their legs in […]
By Genevieve O'Callaghan
April 26, 2010
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Head On Photo Festival

Sydney loves photography and, thanks to Head On Photo Festival, this month you can get your photo fix all over the place. In a lineup bigger than Ben Hur, Head On delights with artists and amateurs, photojournalists and hobbyists, showcasing their talents across a range of venues. For those wanting to stretch their legs in […]
By Genevieve O'Callaghan
April 26, 2010
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Sydney loves photography and, thanks to Head On Photo Festival, this month you can get your photo fix all over the place. In a lineup bigger than Ben Hur, Head On delights with artists and amateurs, photojournalists and hobbyists, showcasing their talents across a range of venues.

For those wanting to stretch their legs in their cultural pursuits, head to the Superintendent’s Residence at Centennial Park for Peter Solness’ The Night Garden then wander down to Paddington Reservoir for Australian landscapes by the Wildlight photographers. No People at At The Vanishing Point in Newtown is as it sounds, offering up an unusual perspective by focusing on the human element in scenes totally devoid of people, while Monstrosity Gallery — one of Sydney’s fresh, new artist-run spaces — launches Friday night with a show dedicated to exploring the monstrous. For graceful and insightful photojournalism, Manly Art Gallery features a photographic survey, Terra Australis Incognita, in which the group Oculi imbues the mundane with the extraordinary.

The festival launches this week, and the Head On Photographic Prize is announced Friday (30 April) at ACP in Paddington. A full program of artists, venues and screenings can be viewed on theirwebsite.

Image by Dean Golja (on display at the Global Gallery).

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