Exposure

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  • Exposure logo featuring a number of photographs from the Exhibition
Tuesday, 25 May 2021

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The Exposure Photographic Program returns in 2021, bringing the art of storytelling to our community.

This year’s exhibition tells the story of recent world events. The images are sentimental and also challenging.

The work of 17 local photographers will be exhibited alongside some of the best in Australia, creating a local and national account of the past year.

Exposure has been led by Central Coast Council since 2014 and each year it evolves. This year, Council has partnered with the Head On Foundation to deliver a joint exhibition.

The most outstanding photographers to enter the Exposure program were invited to exhibit. This commission is an opportunity to develop new work and present it to the public.

Experience Exposure 2021 in-person at the traditional exhibition at Gosford and The Entrance and through taking a virtual tour.

Virtual tour

Experience Exposure through our virtual tour, a new feature for this year's exhibition. Over 50 photographic works can be experienced online from the comfort of your home. In case we cannot gather, we hope that this will allow everyone to see how wonderful the art of storytelling can be. Click below to take the virtual tour!

Images from the exhibition

Below is a taste of the beautiful and powerful work featured in Exposure 2021.

This year's exhibition is a personal account of the things that tested us, and a moment our time has never seen before. It shows us that art has the capacity to revitalise communities and build a sense of belonging, connectedness and healing. 

Black and white photograph of a woman surfing. The photograph is by Hilda Bezuidenhout and is called 'Water Dance'.

'Water Dance' by Hilda Bezuidenhout – The ocean reminds us that we are part of something bigger.

Black and white photograph of people in a city environment. The photograph is by Maddie Pleash and is called '2020 Vision'.

'2020 Vision' by Maddie Pleash – Nobody could see into the future and ever thought that this was going to occur

Black and white photograph of escalators at Canary Wharf. The photograph is by Ann Evans and is called 'The Persistence of Loss'

'The Persistence of Loss – Canary Warf' by Ann Evans – Our loss had become a part of history

Colour photograph of a woman wearing a mask kneeling near corrugated iron. The photograph is by Faith Cass and is called 'Night'.

'Night' by Faith Cass by – Abandoned future plans to the pause of our dreams.

Colour photograph of young boy in segments of box. The photograph is Alicia Joughin and is called 'Boxed In'

'Boxed In' by Alicia Joughin – We felt boxed-in in our houses, not knowing what was happening on the outside.

Photograph of the ocean with a rainbow in the distance. The photograph is by Ming Wang and is called 'Storm Brewing'

'Gold' by Tzavier Dean Raschilla – ...there is always a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Colour photograph of a mother with a newborn baby and another child sleeping nearby. The photograph is by Lucy Arnautova and is called 'One More'

'One More' by Lucy Arnautova – ...were still allowed into the ward and it was absolutely beautiful that everybody could come and stay there as long as it was needed.

Exhibition catalogue

Click the below image to view the complete exhibition catalogue for Exposure 2021.

Link to exhibition catalogue for Exposure 2021

Click the below image to see a catalogue of the '2020 Vision' works presented by the Head On Foundation as part of this year's Exposure exhibition. 

Image of '2020 Vision' catalogue featured as part this year's Exposure exhibition


Traditional exhibition   

  • Location: Parkhouse, Gosford
  • Time: 10am to 3pm daily
  • Opening: Monday 7 June 2021
  • Closing: Sunday 20 June 2021

Pop-up exhibition

  • Location: Memorial Park, The Entrance
  • Time: 10am to 3pm daily
  • Opening: Monday 7 June 2021
  • Closing: Sunday 20 June 2021
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Last updated : Tue 15 Jun 2021