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Head On Photo Festival is pleased to present one of the first public art installations since COVID-19.

Lining the fence of Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach, ten beautiful photography exhibitions showcase a variety of places and cultures.

Featuring local and international artists including Astrid Blazsek-Ayala, Alpha Award Finalists, Bob Newman, Brett Leigh Dicks, Daniel Kneebone, Dave Tacon, Li Wei, Nikolaos Menoudarakos, Unexposed Collective and Women in Street and Susana Girón 

Click on individual Bondi exhibitions below or see the full exhibition program here

Please comply with current social distancing requirements while travelling to/from and visiting the exhibitions.

 

Dates: 6 Nov - 6 Dec 2020

Open hours: beach hours

Location: Bondi Beach Promenade (next to the skateboard park)

Queen Elizabeth Dr, Bondi Beach NSW 2026 

Bus routes: 333, 362, 380, 333N

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Exhibiting photographer(s): Unexposed Collective and Women in Street
'Double Trouble' is a first of its kind exhibition at Head On Photo Festival, presenting the work of contemporary women street photographers from around the world. 
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Sony Alpha Awards finalists
The Alpha Awards bring together the greatest images from across Australia and New Zealand, captured on Sony Alpha cameras and lenses.
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Nikolaos Menoudarakos
“I have been shooting the drag queen scene of Athens for the last four years. “Comfortably Wild” is an ongoing project about an existing, real-world that is unknown to many of us. 
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Brett Leigh Dicks
Nuclear Landscapes is a series that documents topographies across the United States associated with atomic energy.
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Dave Tacon
Today, Shanghai is one of the most exciting and stylish cities on the planet, as well as one rife with contrasts and contradictions.
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Susana Giron
The story of the last nomad families in the heart of Spain and Europe.
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Li Wei
‘’I was born in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, in 1976. This autonomous region of China lies on the northern border of the country, running alongside Mongolia proper.
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Bob Newman
These images are part of a long-term project focusing on the Irish Travellers, a historically nomadic group.  There are about 30,000 in all of Ireland and they are ethnically separate from Romani/G
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Astrid Blazsek-Ayala
"In this work, I explore the crossing of one culture by another and the intersections, omissions and fading of a culture.
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Unexposed Collective and Women in Street
'Double Trouble' is a first of its kind exhibition at Head On Photo Festival, presenting the work of contemporary women street photographers from around the world. 
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020
Exhibiting photographer(s): Daniel Kneebone
Daniel’s most recent series ‘ALICE-ISM’ (2019) is an illustration of the age-old ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’, tackled through the grandeur of theatrical performance with a burlesque twist. 
Dates of Exhibition: Fri, 06/11/2020 to Sun, 06/12/2020