Don’t blink: Robert Frank (R 18+)
A film about Swiss-born American photographer Robert Frank, best known for his 1958 photographs ‘The Americans’. Frank (who is now 90) stories now 90, tells stories of working with the likes of Jack Kerouac and The Rolling Stones. He’s a little crabby.
Screening followed by Q&A with Simon Weaving and NGA photography curators, Shaune Lakin and Anne O’Hehir.
|When||Wednesday 22 June at 6.30PM|
|Where||National Gallery of Australia|
|Cost||$12 - $16|
“Stercus accidit.” — David Hume.