Through a different lens: Cazneaux by the water

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See the works of legendary Australian photographer, Harold Cazneaux (1878-1953) and explore a bygone era of Sydney Harbour in this photographic exhibition, 'Through a different lens: Cazneaux by the water' at the Australian National Maritime Museum.
2 September 2016 to 5 February 2017
(02) 9298 3777
2 Murray Street,
Darling Harbour, NSW, 2000

Free (entry is included with our free general admission ticket).

In the early 1900s, Cazneaux became a passionate advocate for photography as art rather than a mechanical recording process. This exhibition features more than 50 original works—some from the family's collection and many never before seen by the public. 

The exhibition presents a new dimension to Cazneaux's work, reflecting how the water and Sydney Harbour offered him a space to explore mood, light, atmosphere and life in his signature pictorial photographic style.

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