James Tolich shoots Sydney Open

· Thursday October 29, 2015

James Tolich is a Sydney-based photographer with a well deserved, hungry fan base. His treatment of place is unique, honing in on intimate focal points with a crisp, colour savvy eye. His Instagram account is a work of art.

We were lucky enough to get him to turn his camera towards the nooks and surfaces of some of the Sydney Open buildings before we all trespass there this weekend.

Over to James:

“Sydney Open is all about opening doors; what is restricted becomes permitted, the forbidden temporarily permitted. Though it is equally about changing perspective on the architecture we interact with everyday. This series of images examines some of the publicly accessible buildings involved in the program through a lens less frequently used. Can you pick which have been photographed?”


This collaboration was made possible by Sydney Living Museums.