Annual photographic festivals face the challenge of keeping it fresh and programming events and exhibitions that will appeal to loyal followers and also attract newcomers. In meeting this challenge, Moshe Rosenzveig the director of Sydney’s Head On Photo Festival throws his net wide and considers work that is shown around the globe. Head On’s international reputation has grown too and more photographers are submitting work for consideration providing the Head On team with a large selection pool.
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