Curated by Celine Roberts.
2/27-39 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale
“From cave paintings to now, people have always wanted to make pictures of people.”
Art school affords future creators the time and space to experiment, understand and refine their craft. Grounded: Contemporary Australian Art at the National Art School Gallery harks back to these formative years.
It’s fairly common these days for artists to combine their artistic practice with the role of curator. Brigid Noone explores the tension of this hybrid model in the role of artist and curator for the exhibition Major Tender.
Nicholas Mangan’s practice mines themes of extended time, the geological periods that we try to define but can’t quite grasp, and the impacts of capitalism on the environment.
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