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PHOTO 2022

Arts and Culture
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Arts and Culture

Dates

29 April 2022 - 22 May 2022
Daily
24 Hours

Venue

Atrium

Untitled Film Still is the largest single work at PHOTO 2022, and will be installed across the entire Flinders Street facade of the Atrium at Fed Square, overlooking Hosier Lane. This iconic image by Cindy Sherman is integrated into the urban landscape, introducing Sherman’s work to a new generation.

For more information about Untitled Film Still click here: https://photo.org.au/events/cindy-sherman

Curated by Photo Australia

Supported by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation

PHOTO 2022 International of Photography is a visual arts biennial taking place in galleries and public spaces across Melbourne and regional Victoria from 29 April to 22 May 2022. Responding to the theme Being Human, 123 artists explore the contemporary human condition in 90 exhibitions, alongside a program of talks, tours, workshops and film screenings. For more information visit photo.org.au