Sydney Biennale and random City Snaps

Last week I met up with a work colleague and some of their friends to check out the 20th Biennale of Sydney. Just thought I’d share some snaps I took that day. Some from the biennale and some from the City itself.

I arrived a bit earlier so checked out some biennale stuff at the Museum of Contemporary Art myself.

There was more to see, but my work colleague arrived so we met up. We headed to The Rocks for some food.

I couldn’t resist the okonomiyaki (Japanese savoury pancake). We found a place to sit and eat before making our way to the Art Gallery of NSW. I already had a quick look at the biennale stuff last time, but it was nice to not rush through it. Still don’t understand it though.

Not sure what to do with ourselves afterwards, we decided to check out the World Press Photo 2016 exhibit currently on at the State Library of NSW. I had heard of the exhibit before, but had never been.

There were some amazing photographs and confronting images and incredibly sad stories. I would recommend seeing this exhibit if you get the chance. After spending a long time here, we had a drink together before parting ways. Not a bad day overall.

5 thoughts on “Sydney Biennale and random City Snaps

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    I agree. I don’t understand a lot of it, but it’s interesting and hopefully broadens the mind. Because of the biennale, I went to Cockatoo Island for the first time ever. πŸ™‚

    I’ve had that okonomiyaki. Yummy. Also La Renaissance in your photo makes Sydney’s best almond croissants. Just thought you should know that. πŸ˜‰

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