John Gollings ‘Walsh Street, South Yarra 2003’ Limited Edition Print

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John Gollings ‘Walsh Street, South Yarra 2003’ Limited Edition Print

Original price was: $225.00.Current price is: $180.00.

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Robin Boyd’s birth (2019), the Foundation partnered with one of Australia’s leading architectural photographers John Gollings to produce a series of limited edition prints centred around his historic images of Boyd’s iconic, modernist Walsh Street house.

This limited edition run is 100.

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John Gollings is a photographer specialising in the built environment including the documentation of both ancient and modern cities around the world. He works in the Asia-Pacific region as an architectural photographer and specialises in the documentation of cities, old and new.

He has twice received the Australian Institute of Architects Presidents Prize and in 2013 he was awarded the inaugural William J. Mitchell International Committee Prize by the Australian Institute of Architects. Gollings retrospective ‘A History of the Built World’ opened at the Monash Gallery of Art in 2018. His documentation of Nawala Rock Art, ‘A Spirit of Place’ was at Heide Gallery of Modern Art in 2019. He was co-creative director of the Venice Architectural Biennale in 2010.

John Gollings holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from RMIT University and an Honorary Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Architects. He is Adjunct Professor, School of Media and Communications, RMIT University. In 2016 he was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for ‘significant service to photography through the documentation of iconic architectural landmarks in Australia and the Asia Pacific region’.


360mm x 260mm
Fine Art Archival Pigment inkjet print

Parameter Value
Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 480 × 370 × 75 cm

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