Blaxland Centre, 21 Blaxland Crescent Griffith ACT
Questions surrounding how we portray ourselves, and how we judge others, sit at the heart of Rona Green’s bold, yet strikingly simple, prints.
Neon, glass, mirror, metal and acrylic are placed in precarious relationships in Brendan Van Hek’s upcoming exhibition, the continual condition.
This year the Centre for Contemporary Photography turns 30. Over the decades, gallery directors have had to constantly reassess their strategies to keep up with shifting attitudes towards the medium of photography.
Practice makes perfect, but that doesn’t make it any easier. Kate Rohde has spent the past 10 years or so honing what she has described as a “hyperactive” practice.
Get the latest Art Guide news