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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.
A timely opportunity finds Rose Nolan steadfastly working on a large-scale installation in a studio sublet in Melbourne’s gritty west.
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.
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