The exhibition “My Trip” exemplifies the diverse approach artists take in combining photography and travel. In this show three very different Australian photographers, all born in the 1940s – Max Pam, Micky Allan and Jon Rhodes - reaffirm how personal interests direct artistic vision and how one’s eye can capture moments another will be blind to.
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