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Reveries: Photography and Mortality

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This exhibition brings together photographs that deal with the last phase of people's lives. Many of the photographs - by photographers from Australia and New Zealand - have not been exhibited before. The time span is from the late 1970s up to the present day, coinciding with what is sometimes known as the 'death awareness movement'. This emerged to counter what French his ...more
Paperback, 1st, 263 pages
Published 2007 by The University of Queensland
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Helen Ennis is one of Australia’s leading photography curators, historians and writers.

She joined the Department of Photography at the National Gallery of Australia in 1981 and was Curator of International and Australian Photography at the National Gallery of Australia from 1985-92. She has extensive experience as an independent curator and writer specializing in the area of Australian photograph

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