WHEN: 25th August 2012 to 28th January 2013
Carol Jerrems was the first contemporary Australian woman photographer to have work acquired by a number of museums including the National Gallery of Australia. Over the next coming months Jerrems work will be on display at the National Gallery of Australia, located in Canberra's serene city.
Carol Jerrems's gritty and magnetic images have come to define the 1970s era in Australia's history, Jerrems work reflects the heart and soul of corner culture, from women's liberation and street youths to indigenous people who campaigned for justice and land rights in the late 1970's. Make it a day to remember?
With $5 house wines and spirits in our atmospheric InBarGo come visit us at Rydges Capital Hill to wind down after immersing yourself in the cultural exhibition, we also have great accommodation prices so check them out today!