62 Victoria Parade Rockhampton QLD 4700
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Daily 10am – 4pm.
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.
Ray Hughes was a legend of the Sydney art world with his loud ties, an assortment of hats, and a penchant for corduroy, as well as the services of a Beijing suit tailor of dubious taste.
A nuanced reflection on post-war Australian culture and hefty themes such as religion, sexuality and mortality run through his extensive body of work, which not only includes painting, but also drawing, photography and collage.
For years I have been inspired by the stories and images of the Torres Strait islands above Cape York.
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