Discover how Melbourne’s familiar landmarks have changed over time in David Collopy’s display of old and new photographs of the city.
25 November 2016–06 March 2017
|Location|| Palmer Hall |
Entry 2, La Trobe Street, Melbourne
|Accessibility||Has wheelchair access|
Uncover Melbourne’s past streetscapes in this exploration of how the city’s familiar landmarks have changed over time.
David Collopy restages historical urban images (including Flinders Street station, Camberwell Junction and Fitzroy's famous Johnston Street) from photographers like Mark Strizic, Wolfgang Sievers and Fred Mitchell.
Images sourced from the Library's collection, Monash University archives and Collopy’s own personal collection have been rephotographed and shown with the original scene for comparison.