Presenting a series of artworks created by young children from Saiki City, Japan. This annual exhibition is a Gladstone Saiki City Sister City cultural exchange program.
Corner Goondoon and Bramston Street Gladstone QLD 4680
Showing at PS Art Space, the exhibition is the second instalment of the duo’s three-part Migratory Projects, which, as the name suggests, broadly deals with the aesthetic representation and experience of migration.
Black Magic explores queer Aboriginality from a critical perspective with a playful approach.
Detail is important in a visual imagination, but it also punctuates an individual’s memory. This exhibition draws together artworks made since 2002 by Noel McKenna that are also highly personal and idiosyncratic maps.
“Rembrandt and Vermeer are the artists everyone knows,” says Raissis. “But no doubt there’ll be lots of surprises, like the female painter Rachel Ruysch, whose floral still lifes are astonishing demonstrations of technical wizardry.”
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