Olive Cotton: A life in photography

17 September 2020 - 17 September 2020 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Domain Theatre
Join us for a glimpse into Olive Cotton’s extraordinary life behind the lens.

Presented by Emeritus Professor Helen Ennis, ANU School of Art & Design, and author of 'Olive Cotton: A life in photography', this talk will trace the modernist photographer’s history – from a childhood spent in Sydney’s northern suburbs, through to her years with fellow photographer Max Dupain, subsequent second marriage and relative artistic obscurity, to her renewed fame in later years.

Helen Ennis has recently been awarded the Magarey Medal for Biography for 'Olive Cotton: A life in photography'.

'Olive Cotton: A life in photography' will be available for signing and purchase after the talk.

Members can see the Olive Cotton work 'The photographer's shadow' currently on display in the 'Shadow Catchers' exhibition.

The wellbeing of our members, visitors and staff is our highest priority. We are following the comprehensive COVID-Safe Plan developed by the Art Gallery of NSW in line with NSW Health guidelines, with extensive measures in place to ensure your safety. Before your visit, we encourage you to read the latest visit information - www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/information-visitors-covid-19/know/

Please note this lecture is strictly limited to 84 participants. Bookings are essential. There will be no walk up ticket sales on the day.