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William Yang: Seeing and Being Seen, Brisbane

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Whether you’re an avid fan of William Yang, you’ve heard his name pop up now and then, or you’re newly discovering his photography and performance pieces, the Queensland Art Gallery has plenty for you to look at until Sunday, August 22. More than 250 of his works are on display as part of a huge exhibition at the South Bank site. And, it’s the first major showcase dedicated to the artist to ever be held at a state gallery.

William Yang: Seeing and Being Seen features pieces from across his five-decade career, with a particular focus on how he has viewed the world through his camera lens. He’s snapped celebrities and ordinary folks, roved his eye over subcultures and marginalised groups, and peered at landscapes — so you’ll be looking…



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