A 15-year project comes to Sydney’s waterfront.
International exhibition Water Stories is coming to Sydney, continuing on its tour from Stockholm, London, Hong Kong, New York, and Vancouver. The dreamlike, reflective beauty of photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz’ work aims to highlight how the global water crisis is playing out in countries all across the world. The series is a part of a 15-year project that began in 2011, and is produced in conjunction with charities WWF, Earthwatch and Water Aid. The free exhibition will show 70 large format images in an outdoor display, with illuminated screens for viewing after dark. A damn good cause, and some damn fine images to go along with it.
Head to the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney waterfront from 15 August to 5 September to check it out.