Eastbank Centre 70 Welsford Street Shepparton VIC 3630
“Perhaps a common theme throughout is that brands change, people change and everything dies,” says Melbourne artist Darren Sylvester of the works in his solo exhibition at Neon Parc.
Timing is everything. Viewed in April Fiona Hall’s solo show, Gateless Gate, reads like a meditation on the senselessness of war: the perfect antidote to the beer-soaked, jingoistic, flag-waving frenzy that often seems to accompany the more sombre rituals of ANZAC day.
What do horses dream of? Coinciding with the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, Noel McKenna’s exhibition The Curragh was all about horses and their training. Equally, though, it was about the interior life of the unknowable other.
The title of Julia Robinson’s latest body of work, The Song of Master John Goodfellow, refers to French Renaissance writer Francois Rabelais’s notorious satirical novels The Life of Gargantua and of Pantagruel.
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