Polly Borland: Australians
Measurements: 28cm length x 22cm width.
By the National Portrait Gallery located at Old Parliament House, Canberra
Polly Borland was the winner of the prestigious John Kobal photographic portrait award. All photographs in the book have been specially commissioned and it features prominent Australians within today's world.
Polly Borland: Australians, is an exhibition of 54 new portraits of significant Australians who have made a contribution to British life and who have largely made their home or based their professional life in the UK. Born in Melbourne in 1959, Borland has lived in the UK for eight years and established an international reputation for both her portraiture and off-beat reportage, with work appearing regularly in the national and international press.
Polly Borland: Australians, has been jointly organised by the National Portrait Gallery, London and the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra.
The portraits in the exhibition reflect the many fields in which Australians have excelled, including art, business, literature, science, music, media, architecture and fashion. Subjects include Natalie Umbruglio, Sir Robert May, Germaine Greer and Sir Les Patterson. They represent a cross section of diverse, established and emerging talents, and reflect that particular streak of radicalism which has helped establish Australia on the world map, as a nation of can-doers, daredevil entrepreneurs, successful artists and competitive sportsmen and women.
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