Posted May 06, 2018 06:22:49 A small museum in Melbourne has recently become a destination for some of the most uncomfortable photos in the world.
The photo exhibition, entitled The Great Exhibition, which opened on Saturday, features photographs taken from the entrance to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Melbourne, including the iconic iconic Melbourne Arch.
The exhibition is part of the Melbourne Museum of Art’s “Aesthetic History of the City” series, which will highlight the “surprising history and cultural connections” of the city.
“There are quite a few photographs in there, and one of them is a photo of a little boy in a Melbourne Arch photograph, taken by the museum staff as they were taking a photo on the day of the opening,” curator Sarah Henshaw said.
“It’s taken on the night when the arch was completed, and the arch had been on display for about 15 years.”
I think that’s probably the most awkward photo in the whole exhibit.
“That’s the way that people usually photograph it, and you can see that the arch is almost totally removed from the site, which is actually really nice, because it’s a bit disconcerting to think that the structure is going to be completely stripped of it.”
The arch, a huge structure, has been in use for decades, and has been a landmark for many of the museum’s visitors.
“The idea is to capture the architectural moment in which we’re seeing it, in a way that it doesn’t feel intrusive, it doesn