Maritime limbo: Walsh Bay in waiting

This new display will show a remarkable collection of photographs of Walsh Bay wharves by award-winning photographer Michael Nicholson.

In 1989, Nicholson took part in a joint commission with Max Dupain to 'artistically' record the existing wharves before development, when all activity and usage had ceased, but the architectural and industrial integrity still remained. The photographs reveal the many layers of the wharves’ history, including World War II posters, industrial relations posters, and working signage from different eras.

Join architect Peter Stutchbury on opening night and be among the first to own one of the limited edition prints available for purchase.

5 February 2007 - 27 April 2007

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