Exclusive: Inside the NGV’s Henry Talbot fashion photography exhibit – Vogue Australia

Pair this exhibition with 200 years of Australian fashion for your next visit to the NGV.

He worked with Helmut Newton and shot Vogue Australia covers in the ‘60s. Starting May 7, you can catch 80 pieces of the legendary Melbourne style shutterbug’s work.

After closing his studio in 1976, Talbot donated more than 37,000 negatives to the National Gallery of Victoria. From May through August, 80 of Talbot’s photographs, which were curated by National Gallery of Victoria senior photography curator Susan van Wyk, are on free exhibit at the Melbourne Museum’s Ian Potter Gallery at Federation Square. Talbot died in Sydney in 1999. See the full article by clicking on the link below.

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