For over three decades, Chris Cuffaro has been one of the foremost music photographers of his generation.
A special pop-up exhibition of some of his finest work is coming to Sydney next month, featuring a wide variety of artists spanning all genres of music.
Just look at some of the iconic names that will feature in Chris Cuffaro: Greatest Hits: photographs of Nirvana, Iggy Pop, Eddie Van Halen, Fiona Apple, George Michael, Morrissey, and Australia’s own Daniel Johns and Michael Hutchence will be included in the exhibition.
You can see the American photographer’s work in Chris Cuffaro: Greatest Hits at Room 205 in Darlinguhurst, Sydney. The pop-up exhibition will be open from Wednesday, December 7th until Sunday, December 11th.
The five days will see an extended program containing music, artist talks, workshops and more accompanying Cuffaro’s photography.
Cuffaro can’t wait to return Down Under. “I couldn’t wait to come back to Australia, I love it here,” he says. “After the borders opened again, I felt like it was time to celebrate my greatest loves: photography and music.
“I’ve created a project that share these passions and I’ve narrowed it down and chosen the best of the best, selecting these iconic images from my massive catalogue of music photography.
“These are my Greatest Hits! Most people will recognise these artists and finally know who shot them. This pop-up project is my way of saying thank you to everyone I’ve worked with over the years who helped me live my dream,” he adds.
For more information about Chris Cuffaro: Greatest Hits, head here.
Chris Cuffaro: Greatest Hits
Wednesday, December 7th-Sunday, December 11th 2022
Room 205, 205 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney
It’s that time again… GREATEST HITS will be in Sydney, Australia December 7th -11th. Woo hoo!!
GREATEST HITS is a 5 day pop-up exhibition presented by my friends at Behind the Gallery. This exhibition is the BEST of my BEST!! 30+ Years of music photography!!! #CuffaroHits pic.twitter.com/dWnp89iYox
— Chris Cuffaro Photography (@cuffarophoto) November 19, 2022