My Trip, an exhibition featuring photographs by Micky Allan, Max Pam and Jon Rhodes, has opened at the Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney and will run until 7 December.


Jon Rhodes Black Diamond Pool 1986, printed 2000, gelatin sliver photograph, 21.7 ø— 31.9 cm. Gift of Henry Ergas 2009. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program © AIATSIS

The exhibition explores ‘the connections and disjunctions of travelling in “strange lands” and recording photographically what is thought, seen and experienced’.

Australian documentary photographer Max Pam has travelled extensively throughout his 40-year career, primarily in Asia. Jon Rhodes has dedicated much of his photographic career to documenting Australian Indigenous culture and living with communities for extended periods of time. Micky Allan’s My trip is a publication she produced in the 1970s when she undertook a 17-day road trip through rural Victoriia.

Entry to the exhibition is free of charge. It is located in the 20th and 21st century Australian art gallery. Phone 1800 679 278 for more information or visit the gallery’s website at