Great Australian photographs: Frank Hurley's The Raid – an audio essay

By Guardian Staff

The sixth instalment in our audio-visual series on celebrated Australian photographs. This week we look at the works of Frank Hurley, best known for his pictures of the first world War and of Antarctica

Click on the audio buttons to hear the conversations between the Guardian Australia picture editor, Jonny Weeks, the Guardian Australia photographer, Mike Bowers, the senior curator of photography at the National Gallery of Australia, Shaune Lakin, and the curator at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Pippa Milne.

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