Australian Centre for Photography
For forty-five years the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) has been the leading advocate for photography and photo media. It has supported and promoted contemporary artists, educated audiences and students of photography, and inspired conversations through lens-based creative practices. The ACP presented the first major retrospectives of photographs by Max Dupain, Olive Cotton and Mervyn Bishop as well as the early exhibitions of works by Bill Henson, William Yang, Tracey Moffatt and Trent Parke.
The ACP showcases exciting contemporary lens-based media from Australia and overseas, in an agile and site-responsive program of exhibitions and public forums. The ACP’s national and international touring program consists of ACP-curated exhibitions travelling to museums and galleries in regional Australia and overseas.
The ACP office is located at: Suite 5A, 66 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010