Slinging Passengers’ Baggage. David Moore, 1927–2003 Australian.
Slinging Passengers’ Baggage
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Slinging Passengers’ Baggage

1950/1993. Silver gelatin photograph, signed in ink on image lower right, 27.5 x 20.1cm. Framed.

Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the estate of David Moore, signed by daughter Lisa Moore in pencil with date “November 2016.” Text continues “printed during David Moore’s lifetime in 1993 with his supervision and is printed from the original negative.”

A widely travelled photojournalist, David Moore was one of Australia’s most significant photographers. “Moore commenced his professional photographic career in Sydney with Russell Roberts’ studio in 1947. Later he worked with Max Dupain before travelling to London in 1951. He was the first Australian photojournalist to work consistently for the international picture magazines during their heyday in the 1950s. For seven years he photographed on assignment in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, Africa and the USA, and his work was published in [magazines including] The Observer, Time-Life, Look, The New York Times and Sports Illustrated. He was one of only two Australian photographers included in the Family of Man exhibition in New York in 1955…From the 1970s Moore was based in Sydney.” His work is held in many private and public institutions including the National Gallery of Australia, New York Museum of Modern Art, Le Bibliothéque Nationale, and the Smithsonian. Ref: David Moore Archive.

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Item #CL195-120

Price (AUD): $3,950.00  Other currencies

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