The Museum of Australian Photography’s first exhibitions for 2024 will present new work from photographic artists in two locations: at the museum and at Arts @ Collins in Melbourne’s CBD.

Edward Burtynsky; Ravensworth Coal Tailing #1, Ravensworth Mine, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia  2022; © Edward Burtynsky, courtesy Flowers Gallery, Hong Kong / Sundaram Tagore Galleries, Singapore.

On show at the MAPh is Environmental futures, which runs from 1 March to 26 May and features works by Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky, Janet Laurence, Corben Mudjandi, and Lingam.K displayed in the museum’s galleries and sculpture park. The breadth and scale of works across the exhibitions commands attention, bringing into sharp relief the ways humankind has contributed to the climate crisis.

Showing at the Arts @ Collins between 1 and 24 March will be A constant state of transformation, which results from a partnership with Australia China Art Foundation. Three photographic artists – Michael Najjar, Xiao Hui Wang and  Leela Schauble – will exhibit compelling projects that explore evolving technologies and the effects of climate change, including new bodies of work.

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