Three renowned Tasmanian printmakers celebrate the power and diversity of the graphic mark.
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Born in 1983 in Sydney, and now residing in Brooklyn, NYC, Anna Kristensen is most recognised as a painter. However, it is at the crossroad of photography, sculpture and painting that her work tends to sit.
In Woiwurrung language, Yalingwa refers to day, and light. It’s an apt word to title a new initiative between Creative Victoria, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and TarraWarra Museum of Art.
Brenda May started in 1985 with Access Contemporary Art Gallery. Now she is launching her third gallery, May Space.
After more than two decades of frenzied discourse around the concept of identity, Claudia Nicholson broaches the complexities with humour, resolve (there was the time she ate a raw lamb’s heart to a panpipe rendition of ‘Unchained Melody’) and freshness.
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