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For the fourth time, The International Landscape Photographer of the Year has opened the selections and it's now possible to submit your works until the 12th of November, or until the 19th at most.

Sweet Country is a drama directed by Warwick Thornton set in the innerland of Australia.

One of Australia’s leading contemporary artisits, Fiona Hall AO, will represent Australia at the 56th Venice Biennale with Wrong Way Time, an installation that brings together hundreds of multi-part works from this renowned artist’s prolific practice. “Wrong Way Time will be a rich, archaeological display that imagines and embodies some of the issues and fluctuations […]

Photos and text by Matteo A. Rapella My project is about how the urban-scapes have affected my mood during an year spent in Sydney; buildings, streets and humans were the subjects i’ve mostly focused on. The pics were either taken in CBD and suburbs too, following the signs of an exotic and savage nature. By […]

Edited by Odeta Catana, Photo Editor Bryce Thomas Could you please tell us a little more about yourself? I’m just a young guy; 18 years old who really wants to pursue his dreams. I love taking photos foremost, am interested in exploring film making and also am passionate about style, technology, architecture, food, journalism and […]

When we go about our daily lives year after year, some of us find solace in mother nature as we escape from the norm. We feel a strong connection to places and the release she gives in her humbling, relaxing presence. I’m often exposed to so much interaction between people and nature and I found […]

Edited by: Eugenia Gotti – Architecture Department Editor – Proofreading: Bianca Baroni Where : Sydney, Australia Artworks: Competition for a Container Vacation House, by AC-CA

Photos by Rebecca Capp Basketball diaries depicts the midday happenings at the Clifton Hill basket ball court. Clifton Hill (AUS) is located 4km north-east of Melbourne’s CBD. Tricycle malfunctions, tasteful graffiti and the middle finger clearly represent the rapid gentrification of the area.

Australian Photographer's empty landscapes act as visual markers for memory and nostalgia.

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