Max Dupain, Portrait of Olive Cotton, 1940.

6 August to 4 September 2016

Max Dupain and Olive Cotton were two of the great figures in twentieth century Australian culture. Married for a short period, Dupain and Cotton shared a long and close personal and professional relationship that enabled some of the defining images in Australian photography. This exhibition looks at the work of these two iconic photographers produced between 1934 and 1945, the period marking their professional relationship. A regional touting exhibition by the National Gallery of Australia.

  • The education kit for this exhibition is available from the National Gallery of Australia website.
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