lynkushka

 

Galleries:

 Young Men
First exhibited at Monash Gallery of Art as Now that I am a Man I can go to War, is the photographic way of a woman seeing young men as a subject for the camera. Exhibited in Melbourne and Gippsland.

 Aboriginal Elders
The State Library of Victoria commissioned these portraits of Aboriginal elders from Gippsland, Victoria. A second set of the portraits is held by the Krowathunkooloong Keeping Place, Bairnsdale, East Gippsland.
In the Picture Collection of the State Library of VIctoria and the collection of Krowathunkooloong, Keeping Place.

 Jewish Youth
Contemporary portraits of young Melbourne Jewish adults. Exhibited in Tel Aviv and Gippsland.
In the collection of the Jewish Museum of Australia (selected images).

 Synagogue
A pictorial record of the East Melbourne Synagogue. Exhibited at the Jewish Museum of Australia and Tel Aviv.
In the collection of the East Melbourne Hebrew Congregation.

 Youth Culture
A documentary portrait on youth culture, 1998-2000. The photographs are exhibited together with video footage of interviews with the subjects. Exhibition toured New York, Melbourne, and Australian regional galleries.
In the Picture Collection of the State Library of Victoria (selected images).

 Performance
The National Library of Australia and the Playbox Theatre Company commissioned the projects, Australian choreographers and Australian actors. Exhibitions toured Paris, Melbourne, Sydney and Australian regional galleries.
In the Picture Collection, National Library of Australia and the Malthouse Theatre collection, Victoria.

 Felix Tuszynski
Felix Tuszynski is 80 years of age, an artist and a Holocaust survivor. Lynkushka created a photographic essay together with an artist's book. Exhibited at the Jewish Museum of Australia and Beth Hatefutsoth, Tel Aviv.

 Melbourne Jewish Community
A social documentation of portraits with text written by the subject. (1988-2007) Exhibited in Melbourne, Gippsland and Tel Aviv.
In the collection of the State Library of Victoria, The Jewish Museum of New York and Beth Hatefutsoth, Tel Aviv.

 Brunswick
Lynkushka lived and photographed in Brunswick for 15 years and documented the essentially migrant life in the inner-city working class Northern suburbs of Melbourne. Exhibited in Melbourne, Adelaide and regional Queensland.
In the collection of the Australian National Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria and State Library of Victoria.