John Gollings: The History of the Built World

Explore more than half a century of work from architectural photographer John Gollings AM in the striking exhibition Gollings: The History of the Built World now on at the Museum of Sydney.

Experience the first major survey of Gollings’s photographic practice, offering a much anticipated opportunity to appreciate the full breadth of his distinctive career and unique artistic vision.

Discover remarkable photography of ancient temples, iconic modernist buildings and some of the newest additions to our cityscapes, by Australia’s pre-eminent photographer of the built environment.

The exhibition will be open from 30 November - 26 April 2020 and is an MGA travelling exhibition.

Members receive free entry.

For more information, visit sydneylivingmuseums.com.au

Image Captions:

Coogee House. John Gollings, Coogee House (Chenchow Little), Coogee, New South Wales, 2016. Pigment ink-jet print courtesy of the artist

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. John Gollings, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Wood Marsh), Southbank, Victoria 2002. Pigment ink-jet print courtesy of the artist

Barangaroo House. John Gollings, Banangaroo House (Collins Turner), Barangaroo, New South Wales  2019. Pigment ink-jet print 60.0 x 73.0 cm courtesy of the artist

Hanuman Temple. John Gollings, Hanuman Temple, Hampi, India 2006. Pigment ink-jet print courtesy of the artist

Lotus. John Gollings, The Lotus Building (Studio 505), Changzhou, China 2013. Pigment ink-jet print courtesy of the artist


Event starts
Saturday 30 November, 2019
Event ends
Sunday 26 April, 2020
Venue
Museum of Sydney
Venue Address
Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets
Location

Sydney ,

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