For more than 40 years Juno Gemes, a Hungarian-born Australian, has trained her astute eye on the political landscape of her adopted home. The Quiet Activist– A Survey Exhibition 1979 – 2019 gives visitors a unique insight into both the origin of Gemes’s relationship with photography and her capacity to continually break new ground. The Quiet Activist presents nine bodies of work, the majority of which deal with the struggle of Aboriginal peoples to be seen and heard. The works presented reveal her ongoing attentiveness to telling a story of indigenous Australia, one that documents the struggles and the victories of a […]
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