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Emmanuel Angelicas: Silent agreement Marrickville 50 Home

Where
96 Illawarra Rd
Marrickville NSW 2204
Australia
When

Every day, 11pm to 6pm Saturday 14 November to Sunday 29 November

With an extraordinary mix of in-your-face documentation and dark fantasy, leavened with images showing genuine affection for family and friends, Angelicas celebrates fifty years of photography in Sydney’s Marrickville.

Angelicas roamed the streets on his doorstep with the confidence of a local and the passion of a provocateur.

Emmanuel Angelicas grew up in Marrickville and started his first photographic story at age seven. His work has been widely collected and exhibited in Australia, Japan and Europe. 

After delivering the first online festival in the world in May, attracting 80,000 visits, Head On Photo Festival returns with a printed festival of quality photography this November. 

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