Michael Zavros on when a portrait not really a portrait.
Sarah Engledow picks some favourites from a decade of the National Photographic Portrait Prize.
Christopher Chapman takes a trip through the doors of perception, arriving at the junction of surrealism and psychoanalysis.
Andrew Mayo considers the changing face of modern wedding photography through the eyes of two of its finest exponents, Dan O’Day and Kelly Tunney.
Anne Sanders celebrates the cinematic union of two pioneering australian women.
US artist Cayce Zavaglia reveals human duality in her striking embroidered portraiture.
Diana O’Neil samples the tartan treats on offer in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
Krysia Kitch reviews black chronicles at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Sharon Peoples contemplates costumes and the construction of identity.
Susi Muddiman delights in Michael Zavros’ stunning portrait of the honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO.
The discovery of Dempsey's People, Australian rugby greats, Athol Shmith's progressive pictures, powerful Indigenous portraits and a celebration of portraiture from Brisbane!
Browse the history of the National Photographic Portrait Prize, Cayce Zavaglia's embroidered portraiture, and modern wedding photography!
Explore convict art, photography by Ruth Hollick and Collier Schorr, an interview with neurosurgeon Charlie Teo, portraiture on money, and more!
Explore an Indian treasure trove, photography by Robert McFarlane and Nan Goldin, Michael Taylor's expressionist paintings, the Great War portraits, and more!
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