Head On Portrait Prize 2015

Now in its 12th year, the Head On Portrait Prize is one of Australia’s most critically acclaimed photographic portrait competitions.

See the works of the 40 finalists, including the three winners of this internationally renowned photography competition, representing a vibrant and diverse cross-section of new and traditional photographic practices.  This year we will also feature the finalists of the inaugural Head On Student Prize, which showcases amazing photography by Australian school students.

Sydney Living Museums is pleased to present this photography exhibition in partnership with the Head On Photo Festival.

Visit the Head On Photo Festival website for further information.

 


Head On Photo Awards 2015: video

Head On is simply too big and too popular to be ignored. It attests to an overwhelming public interest in photography as the democratic art form of our age, and confirms Sydney’s status as the event capital of Australia.

John McDonald, Sydney Morning Herald, 31 May 2014

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