Sandy Edwards is an Australian photographer born in 1948. Edwards specialises in documentary photography and photographic curation. Born in Bluff, New Zealand in 1948 Edwards arrived in Sydney in 1961. Edwards was early of a activity of vanguard photographers in the 1970s and 80s who were driven to create documentary exploit that recorded social conditions and had the intent to tweak these conditions. Edwards’ work largely drew from feminist ideals and the media’s representation of women as well as the portrayal of Aboriginal communities in Australia.
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