[Sponsored] See Sydney through someone else’s eyes at this photography exhibition of everyday lives
Wander through Sydney’s street photography history at the Museum of Sydney’s new exhibition. With more than 250 snaps exploring the city through time, you’ll get a glimpse into the everyday lives of its people through the years.
See the city as it was in the 1930s-60s with a huge collection of black and white photographs. The photographs unravel the story of Sydney during the Great Depression, World War II, and beyond. Each piece is a fleeting moment, captured forever with ink and paper.
Acclaimed photo-media artist, Anne Zahalka contributed to the project to recreate nine of the original images, working with the descendants of those featured to reimagine the scenes that took place so long ago. The results are a beautiful mix of the old and new, set on the page for all to see.
The exhibition runs from Saturday December 8 to Sunday July 21 in 2019 and features pictures sourced from private family albums and public collections alike. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for concession card holders, or $38 for a family, and free for Sydney Living Museum members.
Find out more at the Sydney Living Museums website.
|Venue name:||Museum of Sydney|
Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am-5pm; closed Good Friday, Christmas Day|
|Transport:||Nearby stations: Circular Quay|