From the 1930s to the 1960s commercial street photographers swarmed Sydney’s streets photographing everyday people in candid full-length portraits as they quickly passed-by or stopped to pose. Snapped against the background of the city streets these photographs captured the private public moments in the lives of millions of people out and about in Sydney.
Drawing from countless private family albums this extraordinary, largely unseen photographic record of Sydney and its people is presented alongside photomedia artist Anne Zahalka’s contemporary interpretation of people on the streets of Sydney today.
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