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WOLFGANG SIEVERS - 50 Years (1930s to 1980s)
Sep
12
to Oct 13

WOLFGANG SIEVERS - 50 Years (1930s to 1980s)

A rare opportunity to both see and purchase signed prints from the archive of WOLFGANG SIEVERS, one of Australia’s pre-eminent architectural and industrial photographers of the mid-20th Century.

This exhibition WOLFGANG SIEVERS - 50 Years (1930s to 1980s) offers prints for sale to raise funds for THE HUMAN RIGHTS LAW CENTRE. 

Exhibition showing: 12 - 30 September

Opening: 12 September 6:30 - 8:30pm

Gallery opening hours:
Thursday to Sunday: 12pm to 4pm

Location:
Magnet@Docklands
Level 1, Wharf St, The District
Docklands
Melbourne VIC 3008

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Wilin Celebrate 2016 Exhibition
Nov
10
to Nov 26

Wilin Celebrate 2016 Exhibition

What makes an Indigenous art work? Is it that the work speaks about Indigenous identity? Makes a strong political statement about Aboriginal affairs? Or is it enough that the artist identifies as Indigenous, regardless of the content of the work itself?

Wilin Celebrate brings together work from a variety of artists working across different mediums.

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Space and Place
Sep
15
to Oct 1

Space and Place

Thirteen artists from the Melbourne-based Stills Co-Op have joined with thirteen from the Con Artist Collective in New York, coming together from across the world for a visual conversation about Space and Place using the medium of photography. This exchange of ideas explores the definition of space and place and how the two interact to create context, atmosphere, and identity. Can one exist without the other?

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Giving Life
Aug
2
to Aug 10

Giving Life

What if one simple decision you made could transform the lives of 10 or more people?

Accomplished Australian photographer Andrew Chapman’s life was saved when he received a liver transplant at the Austin Hospital in 2011. Through Andrew's photography, we are given a rare behind-the-scenes access, this special series captures the intense emotions of families involved in supporting their loved one’s decision to help others after their death.

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MONGOLIAN LENS 1
Jul
7
to Jul 23

MONGOLIAN LENS 1

Mongolia’s rapid social change captured through the lenses of its first generation of indigenous documentary photographers.

In partnership with MAGNET, the Communication, Politics and Culture Centre (RMIT University) presents Mongolian Lens 1: a selection of works by Mongolian documentary photographers capturing intimate views of this extraordinary nation under the pressure of rapid economic development and encroaching globalisation.

OPENING Thu, Jul 7th 2016, 6:30pm to 8:30pm

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