What A Life! Rock Photography by Tony Mott

26 August 2017 - 28 January 2018

Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones Australian tour, 1988

Some of the most iconic photographs of Australian and International Rock Stars

A major retrospective on Australia's premier rock photographer Tony Mott. The exhibition collectively tells the story of rock n' roll life in Australia over the last 30 years, including the enormous changes to the live music scene from the 1990s and the impact of digital on the art of rock photography. A State Library of NSW touring exhibition. Curated by Louise Tegart

Artist Talk and Q&A with Tony Mott
Wednesday 11 October
1-2pm

Tony Mott will discuss 3 decades of photographing the likes of AC/DC, Rolling Stones, Bowie and Bjork, and producing some of his most iconic images in the history of Rock and pop music. Free, all welcome

A major retrospective on Australia's premier rock photographer Tony Mott. The exhibition collectively tells the story of rock n' roll life in Australia over the last 30 years, including the enormous changes to the live music scene from the 1990s and the impact of digital on the art of rock photography. A State Library of NSW touring exhibition. Curated by Louise Tegart Artist Talk and Q&A with Tony Mott Wednesday 11 October 1-2pm Tony Mott will discuss 3 decades of photographing the likes of AC/DC, Rolling Stones, Bowie and Bjork, and producing some of his most iconic images in the history of Rock and pop music.

Free, all welcome

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