100 real people, 100 real stories. A world-first exhibition that takes a real-time snapshot of our city, told by Brisbane’s people.
Level 3, Brisbane City Hall Brisbane QLD 4000
Amalia Pica was born in Argentina and is currently working in London. Her exhibition at the IMA is to be presented in two parts, but her first solo in Australia is not the beginning of her relationship with Brisbane.
Western Australian artist Jana Vodesil-Baruffi has won the $50,000 2017 Black Swan Prize for Portraiture with her aptly titled work, Black Swan. The Black Swan Prize is now in its 11th year.
Rebecca Gallo spoke with Janet Dawson about her impressions of these major shows, her experience in a male-dominated art world, and the beauty and pleasure of good abstract art.
Curated by Chelsea Hopper, the exhibition I can see Russia from here brings together a diverse group of Australian artists who have been influenced by Russian art or engaged with what Hopper terms “the Russian imaginary,” that is, the complex layers of cultural signifiers and values that construct an understanding of Russia, either from within the society or from without.
Get the latest Art Guide news