Exposed: Human Rights & The Environment by Glenn Lockitch

Covering the twenty-five-year career of one of Australia’s leading photojournalists, Exposed examines the role of photojournalism in shifting the consciousness of contemporary globalised society. Showcasing key historical events such as the anti-whaling campaign of the Sea Shepherd (2009-17) to longer documentary projects such as the ongoing human rights issues of Indigenous Australians, Exposed considers the evolution of photojournalism from analogue film and published media to the free flow of images on the Internet and social media. The images emphasise the power of communicating social issues in our everyday and increases our awareness of the interplay of both subliminal and overt interpretations

© Glenn Lockitch
© Glenn Lockitch

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April

Head to the the National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour, Sydney, to check out the winners and finalists from the 56th annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

September

Local photographers Peter Kervarec and Dylan Leak will lead a series of photo walks as part of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale throughout October and early November.

Eight artists from five Melbourne universities speak about their works in this annual showcase of emerging talent.

October

Along with the British Council, the National Portrait Gallery is hosting a free, virtual program – 'Capturing a global mood: National Portrait Galleries in conversation' – discussing the power of the photograph.