South African artist and Magnum photographer Mikhael Subotzky presents his latest exhibit, WYE. This moving image project comprises three video channels. Visions of 19thcentury colonial history and the present day are projected with those of an imagined dystopian future. Working with German cinematographer Jorg SchmidtReitwein, Subotzky shot WYE on location in South Africa after two years spent developing the time-shifting narrative. A specially constructed audio component accompanies the visuals, creating a site of “temporal and geo-cultural collapse”. Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, 16 Goodhope Street, Paddington. Wed-Sat, 11am-5pm. Admission free. Inquiries: (02) 9331 1112 or online. Until May 21. The National Photographic Portrait Prize This annual event promotes the best in contemporary photographic portraiture by professional and aspiring Australian photographers. This year’s prize attracted nearly 2000 entries from a national field, with 49 entries selected as finalists. Images from the finalists will be exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery for three months before touring the country.