Museums/Galleries/Art spaces

Here's a collection of Australian museums, galleries and art spaces that collect or regularly show photography.
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The Colour Factory Gallery; located in the arts precinct of Fitzroy, Melbourne; 'hosts contemporary exhibitions with an emphasis on photo-based art, on a monthly basis.; they also represent a small but growing number of photographic fine artists.'

The Colour Factory Gallery; located in the arts precinct of Fitzroy, Melbourne; 'hosts contemporary exhibitions with an emphasis on photo-based art, on a monthly basis.; they also represent a small but growing number of photographic fine artists.'

Edmund Pearce; Nicholas Building, Melbourne, Australia; 'a contemporary art space dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of photography.' [image: Ward Roberts, Court #14 - 2009, Archival Inkjet Print on Hahnemuhle photo rag, 52 x 52 cm]

Edmund Pearce; Nicholas Building, Melbourne, Australia; 'a contemporary art space dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of photography.' [image: Ward Roberts, Court #14 - 2009, Archival Inkjet Print on Hahnemuhle photo rag, 52 x 52 cm]

Photonet Gallery; Fairfield, Melbourne Australia (Previously: New North Gallery)

Photonet Gallery; Fairfield, Melbourne Australia (Previously: New North Gallery)

Wallflower Photomedia Gallery, Mildura, Australia; established in March 2012, Wallflower aims 'to highlight and create further readings of photography within a regional context. It aims to present the work of artists using lens based mediums from all over Australia, locally and from the world. The gallery is run through Arts Mildura and features three spaces that are purposely built for both still and moving imagery.'

Wallflower Photomedia Gallery, Mildura, Australia; established in March 2012, Wallflower aims 'to highlight and create further readings of photography within a regional context. It aims to present the work of artists using lens based mediums from all over Australia, locally and from the world. The gallery is run through Arts Mildura and features three spaces that are purposely built for both still and moving imagery.'

National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; NPG hosts the annual National Photographic Portrait Prize. Image here is the 2012 winning work by Rod McNicol, with a portrait of Jack Charles.

National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; NPG hosts the annual National Photographic Portrait Prize. Image here is the 2012 winning work by Rod McNicol, with a portrait of Jack Charles.

Stills Gallery, Sydney; is a commercial gallery with a focus on contemporary photography and multimedia artists

Stills Gallery, Sydney; is a commercial gallery with a focus on contemporary photography and multimedia artists

Sutton Gallery; a commercial gallery in Fitzroy, Melbourne has a few photographers in their stable of artists

Sutton Gallery; a commercial gallery in Fitzroy, Melbourne has a few photographers in their stable of artists

Point Light Gallery; a commercial gallery showing and selling the work of artists who use traditional monochrome photographic media; Sydney, Australia

Point Light Gallery; a commercial gallery showing and selling the work of artists who use traditional monochrome photographic media; Sydney, Australia

Gold Street Studios; workshops in alternative processes and a gallery space; Trentham East (Greater Bendigo region), Australia

Gold Street Studios; workshops in alternative processes and a gallery space; Trentham East (Greater Bendigo region), Australia

Perth Centre for Photography (PCP); Perth, Australia

Perth Centre for Photography (PCP); Perth, Australia

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