TAMMY  WONG  HULBERT

Customs House, Sydney

Sydney, 2004-8

Exhibitions at Customs House covered a broad range of urban themes including the work of artists reflecting on the local culture and environment and social history exhibitions which delved into the fascinating history of Sydney life. Exhibitions spanned the ground floor, level 1 and level 2.

Contemporary Photography & Art exhibitions

  • Virtual Warrane - Sacred Tracks of Warrane, A Virtual Experience of the Gadi(gal) People, 2008
  • China Dreaming, Olivia Martine McGuire, Level 2, 2008
  • China Diaries, Liu Xiaoxian, Ground Floor, 2008
  • Kabul Revisited, Eleanor Dearin, Level 2, 2007
  • Without Frontier, Architects without Frontiers – Ground Floor & Level 2, 2007
  • E.O Hoppe’s Australia, curated by Graham Howe, Level 2, 2007
  • National Gallery of Australia, photographs Max Dupain, Level 2, 2007
  • Access all Areas, Mervyn Bishop, Level 2, 2006
  • People Pictures, Portraits from the Antipodes – 1984-2006 – Jon Lewis, Level 2, 2006
  • Dutch Decade, Contemporary Dutch Photography, 2006
  • Random, Oculi, photographic exhibition, Level 2, 2005
  • Portrait of a City, Marco Bok, Level 2, 2005
  • Virtual City, Peter Murphy, Level 2 & Ground, 2005
  • Khunjerab Pass, Swat and Peshawar, Peter Van Sommers, Level 2, 2005


Social History Exhibitions

  • Spanning the Decades – 75 years of the Bridge, Exhibition Lounge, 2007
  • Drinking Customs – an exhibition exploring pub culture around Sydney, Exhibition Lounge, 2007
  • Harry Seidler – A Tribute, Ground Floor Exhibition, 2007
  • Memory Lane – Recollecting Rowe Street Sydney, Exhibition Lounge, 2005
  • Coffee Customs, Exhibition Lounge, 2005

Image: Memory Lane (2005) celebrated the social history exhibition exploring the creative history of Rowe Street, Sydney, one of the original bohemian and artistic lanes of central Sydney.