Jan 27, 2012

Fred Kruger: Intimate Landscapes

Fred Kruger's (1831-88) photographs present a study of mid-nineteenth-century Victoria.  His most notable commission was to record life at the Aboriginal settlement of Coranderrk Station at the bequest of the Board for the Protection of Aborigines (BPA).  His sense of time and place have a creative expression that makes Kruger's work notable in the history of Australian photography. Exhibition is at the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square.

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