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Portrait 67

Winter 2022

Portrait 67

In this issue:

  • Brenda L Croft on Matilda House
  • Penelope Grist unpacks photographs by David Parker, who captured the phenomenal emergence of the 1970s and 80s Melbourne music scene.
  • Inga Walton delves into the bohemian group of artists and writers who used each other as muses and transformed British culture.
  • Penelope Grist talks to photographer Benjamin Warlngundu Ellis about capturing moments, telling stories and keeping Culture strong.
  • Sandra Bruce chats with seven-time NPPP finalist Chris Budgeon about photography, guitars and representing the human story.
  • Joanna Gilmour reflects on merging collections and challenging traditional assumptions around portraiture in WHO ARE YOU.
  • Anne O’Hehir on the seductive power of the film still to reflect and shape ourselves and our cultural landscape.
  • William Yang shares the stories behind his autobiographical self portraits that celebrate his cultural heritage and identity.
  • Photographer Polly Borland on capturing Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Louise Cummins reveals the rich symbolism in Michael Peck’s photorealistic portrait of AFL legend and MND ambassador Neale Daniher.
  • Emma Batchelor uncovers the compelling contemporary dance made in response to the works in Shakespeare to Winehouse.

Articles from this issue will be published online when Portrait 68 is out. Until then, you can purchase Portrait 67 online from The Curatoreum.

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