"Perhaps Evans sometimes aimed to create works that are, as compositions, deliberately off centre. Why are so many of the verticals not vertical?". CON BOEKEL reviews an exhibition by photographer Joyce Evans.
The medieval town of Hameln (Hamelin) in Germany is world-famous because of its legendary pied piper, but it also numbers among its native daughters one of Australia's (and Canberra’s) leading photographers – Heide Smith.
Based around the acquisition of 3560 silver gelatin photographic prints, “Capturing Canberra: CMAG’s Press Photography” is the first time these photos have gone on display – 139 in all, drawn from 1913-1994, before the digital era.