A National Gallery of Australia Exhibition
A new travelling exhibition from the National Gallery of Australia. Max and Olive: the photographic life of Olive Cotton and Max Dupain will for the first time display together a substantial group of works by famed Australian photographers, Max Dupain and Olive Cotton. This exhibition will tour nationally for the next year.
The NGA has the largest collection of rare vintage prints by Dupain and Cotton, and the exhibition will look at their work as the shared their lives, studio and professional practice. Max and Olive includes 65 photographs from this collection and features some of Australian photography’s best-known images, including Dupain’s Sunbaker (1937) and Cotton’s Teacup ballet (1935).
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