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John Gollings: The History of the Built World

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An MGA travelling exhibition
John Gollings, Coogee House (Chenchow Little), Coogee, New South Wales (detail), 2016.

Pigment ink-jet print courtesy of the artist.

John Gollings: The History of the Built World, showcasing the work of John Gollings AM - one of Australia's most celebrated photographers, opens at the Museum of Sydney on 30 November.

John Gollings, The Lotus Building (Studio 505), Changzhou, China 2013.

Pigment ink-jet print courtesy of the artist

Discover more than half a century of work by Australia's pre-eminent photographer of the built environment.

Gollings: The History of the Built World is the first major survey of this internationally renowned photographer's practice and career.

John Gollings, Hanuman Temple, Hampi, India 2006.

Pigment ink-jet print courtesy of the artist

The stunning exhibition showcases 65 photographic works spanning Gollings' extensive portfolio including sacred rock art sites, ancient temples, monuments of cultural and corporate architecture and the newest additions to our cityscapes.

Gollings's prolific recording of the architectural world through imagery is unparalleled. His work combines his interests in photography and architecture, capturing the cultural construction of social spaces.

John Gollings, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Wood Marsh), Southbank, Victoria 2002.

Pigment ink-jet print courtesy of the artist

Gollings describes his style, "My purpose is to identify the quintessential elements and intrinsic dignity of architectural works and to convey these often nebulous attributes through the visual power of form. I try to encapsulate this in a single image."

Gollings' photographs are widely reproduced and continue to play a significant role in shaping public perceptions of Australian architecture.

Don't miss this captivating photography exhibition from 30 November 26 April 2020. Find out more at sydneylivingmuseums.com.au

John Gollings, Banangaroo House (Collins Turner), Barangaroo, New South Wales 2019.

Pigment ink-jet print 60.0 x 73.0 cm courtesy of the artist

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When: 30 November - 26 April 2020
Where: Museum of Sydney, Bridge St &, Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Adult: $15; Concession: $12; Family: $38; Members: Free
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