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Incarceration is a long chapter in Australia’s history; a new exhibition looks at how detention continues to impact the world.
Shane Cotton, a New Zealand artist of Pakeha (white New Zealander) and Mãori descent is referred to as a ‘history painter’.
Women in maritime history have something in common with the structure of icebergs. Their presence is marked only by what skims the surface. Explore the depths and the reality is clear: what we see is only part of the story.
Justine Varga’s photographs capture the briefest moments. In Memoire she seizes, stretches and accumulates that instant.
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