Thursday, July 27, 2017  
 
 
       
photos & photographers
     
   
    September 2016  

The land rights photography of Elaine Syron [ALC]

Elaine Syron - biography and photography collections
     
   
    1 - 31 July 2016  





Elaine at 'Talk the Change/Change the Talk'
     
   
    22 June - 8 June 2014  
hEAd oN photo festival

Redfern107 22/05/2014 - 8/06/2014

I would buy ... 10 years on
Rebecca Hickey
Marilyn Hickey
Kathy Hickey
Cynthia Hickey
Bianca Hickey
Greg Walford
Victor Walford
Kirsty Hickey
Elizabeth Warning


     
   
    29 July 2014  
Eveleigh Street collection: Elaine Pelot Syron
Keeping Place meeting 6.30
includes many boxes of Elaine's Redfern photos
a treasure trove that needs support
     
   
    Brenda Croft  


Redfern in the '90s, photographs by Brenda Croft
Art Gallery 6 April – 15 October 2013



Watch on YouTube
Daniel Browning with Brenda L Croft, Suzanne Ingram,
Bonny Briggs, Jody Chester, Mary Mumbulla, Tim Bishop
     
   
    Barbara McGrady  
Desperate measures NITV 2013
Desperate measures NITV 2013
     
   
    2005 I spy  
All Albums » I spy
http://www.sydneymedia.com.au/2768-sydney-through-the-eyes-of-child-photographers/
     
   
    21 December 1996 - 4 May 1997  

 
Elaine's photo of Vernon Chilly who grew up in Mum Shirl's home in Redfern

Guwanyi: stories of the Redfern Aboriginal community was exhibited at the Museum of Sydney, 21 December 1996 – 4 May 1997. The exhibition was curated by Brad Webb, with assistance from Paul Jones, Shane Phillips and Cathy Craigie, using the work of four photographers: two Aboriginal – Brenda L Croft and Michael Riley, and two non-Aboriginal – Roger Parton and Elaine Kitchener (now Elaine Pelot Syron). A booklet of the same name as the exhibition was published and contains essays and interviews with people from Redfern.
 
1 For the Mob, Brad Webb , 1996 prose
2 Redfern, Cathy Craigie , 1996 prose
3 Interview with Shane Phillips by Brad Webb
4 Michael Riley, interviewed by Brad Webb
5 Brenda Croft, interviewed by Brad Web
 
Links:    Museum of Sydney exhibition     |     Review written by Kellee Nolan

Guwanyi ['to tell'] is also in our oral history section
     
   
    Michael Riley 1960 - 2004  
see the 35 of Michael Riley's photographs
 of people in Redfern,
that were shown in Guwanyi
here

National Gallery

'They are really just snapshots. I didn’t go out to try and compose these
 photos – they are just snapshots of people in a certain time and place.
Blackfellas love it when they have their photographs taken by people that they know.
They pose up real big when you pull the camera out – especially family.'

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