Australians in PNG | Stephen Dupont: Piksa Niugini

Australians in PNG highlights the ongoing importance of Papua New Guinea as a subject in the history of Australian photography.

Art Exhibition previously on at Monash Gallery of Art in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Saturday 12 August 2017 to Sunday 08 October 2017

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Published by Monash Gallery of Art on Tuesday 22 August 2017.
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Featuring major new bodies of work by Eric Bridgeman, Stephen Dupont and Sonia Payes, this suite of exhibitions, Eric Bridgeman: The fight, Stephen Dupont: Piksa Niugini and Sonia Payes: Terra mysteria acknowledges the complexity and significance of Australia’s involvement with its closest neighbour.

Stephen Dupont (1967–) is a Sydney-based photographer, artist and documentary filmmaker. Since covering the Vietnamese withdrawal from Cambodia in 1989, Dupont has established an international reputation for his documentation of global conflicts. He has twice been an official war artist for the Australian War Memorial, with commissions in The Solomon Islands (2013) and Afghanistan (2012). Dupont is also well known for his interest in cultural traditions that are either disappearing or in a state of transition. He has been the recipient of some of photography’s most prestigious prizes and his works have featured in numerous exhibitions and publications around the world.