- Media category
- Materials used
- gelatin silver photograph
- 27.9 x 27.8 cm image; 40.4 x 30.4 cm sheet
- Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
- Hallmark Cards Australian Photography Collection Fund 1987
- Not on display
- Accession number
- © Fiona Hall
- Artist information
Works in the collection
Fiona Hall's diversified practice includes installation, mixed media and photography. She trained as both a painter and photographer in Sydney, London and Rochester, New York, before returning to Australia to work professionally and teach in the early 1980s. Her early photographs present intriguing and seductive images of the world, unexpected glimpses of life and places. Documentary becomes truly a process of revealing what we might otherwise miss. Hall's work also plays with light, and its ability to both reveal and cloak. In 'Barcelona, Spain, May 1976', the shadows appear like smoke, seductively wisping their way across the wall.
Shown in 3 exhibitions
Referenced in 5 publications
Judy Annear, What is this thing called photography?, Sydney, 1999. no catalogue numbers
Judy Annear, Look, 'More than meets the eye', pg. 8-9, Melbourne, Jun 1999, 8 (illus.).
Natasha Bullock, Australian postwar photodocumentary, Sydney, 2004. no catalogue numbers
Sandra Byron and Isobel Crombie, Twenty contemporary Australian photographers - from the Hallmark Cards Australian Photographic Collection, Melbourne, 1990.
Robert McFarlane, Critic's Choice, Sydney, 1994, 7 (illus.), 10. no catalogue numbers
Other works by Fiona Hall
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