The Tyrrell Collection consists of 7903 glass plate negatives from the studios of Charles Kerry (1857-1928) and Henry King (1855-1923) who had two of Sydney's principal photographic studios in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The Bruno Benini photography archive is one of several Australian photography archives acquired by the Powerhouse Museum, and one of the most comprehensive, covering five decades from the 1950s through to 2000.
The Historic photograph collection is a collection of photographs documenting life in Australia and the Pacific region from the late 1840s to the 1960s. The collection includes portraits, landscape views and town scenes, family photograph collections, travel albums, and ethnographic collections. It reflects the work of both commercial and amateur photographers.
The Macleay Museum ethnographic collection comprises close to 6000 cultural objects from all continents of the globe.
Australia, Chile, Egypt, Portugal, Romania...Faces that will never grow old.
Landscapes from France and Belgium, invisible scares from the past.
What is a place without memory? What is a man without memory?
Normandy, France, 1988-1999
Video, originally created as part of an AV installation for the
Goulburn Regional Art Gallery's exhibition "A SALUTE: Aussie soldier from 1915 meets Young Turk in 2015", March-May 2015, Goulburn
Audio-visual immersive experience for the exhibition "Creating the look: Benini and fashion photography",
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney
Video created from RFW archives.
Royal Far West is a non-government organisation that has been providing health services to children living in rural and remote New South Wales since 1924.
Exploration of a glass plate negative high resolution scan. Photograph from Charles Kerry & co, Tyrrell collection, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney.