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In conversation

Hearts of glass

Friday 14 May 2021
Live online
spaces between movement and stillness (detail), 2021 Harriet Schwarzrock
spaces between movement and stillness (detail), 2021 Harriet Schwarzrock

Harriet Schwarzrock’s new work explores notions of emotional processes and their physical manifestations. ‘From the subtle yet essential electricity within our bodies, I am fascinated by this interplay between the invisible and the visible, between our extraordinary similarities and differences.’

Join us as we talk to Harriet about her creative practice, as well as the art and the science of her amazing new installation.

Join the Zoom session by following this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82144028789

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spaces between movement and stillness
spaces between movement and stillness
spaces between movement and stillness
spaces between movement and stillness

Harriet Schwarzrock

spaces between movement and stillness

Previous exhibition, 2021

Harriet Schwarzrock’s new work explores notions of emotional processes and their physical manifestations.

Previous NPPP winners 2020–2012
Previous NPPP winners 2020–2012
Previous NPPP winners 2020–2012
Previous NPPP winners 2020–2012

Introducing Living Memory

In conversation

12:30pm, Sat 7 Aug

Join Sandra Bruce, Director Collection & Exhibitions, for a sneak peek at our exciting new exhibition, Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize.

Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown (detail), 2006 (printed 2020) © Peter Brew-Bevan
Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown (detail), 2006 (printed 2020) © Peter Brew-Bevan
Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown (detail), 2006 (printed 2020) © Peter Brew-Bevan
Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown (detail), 2006 (printed 2020) © Peter Brew-Bevan

Australian Love stories

Family, friends, fanatics and foes (and everything in between!)

Current exhibition

from Saturday 20 March

Reconnect and reflect with our new major exhibition, Australian Love Stories (in real life!) as we explore love, affection and connection in all its guises.

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The National Portrait Gallery acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and to Elders both past and present.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this website contains images of deceased persons.

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