Also representing Australia is the Ballarat International Foto Biennale (BIFB) which is billed as the most important event of its kind in Australia. Held every second year in August, in the historical gold mining town of Ballarat in country Victoria, this festival’s charter is to present new work from both established and emerging artists. In the “Wizards of Oz”, BIFB Festival Director Jeff Moorfoot has curated a collection of works by ten Australian artists who have participated in the Core Program at the past three editions BIFB.
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