The homes of Wollongong as captured by local artists past and present.
Kembla St & Burelli St, Wollongong NSW 2500
With a style reminiscent of the character driven images of Reg Mombassa and the dreamlike figures of Mirka Mora, Kurt Hermann visually references everything from Shakespeare to rattlesnakes.
Considered to be a defining point in Calder’s art, the mobile sculpture is one of many innovations chronicled in Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor.
New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based artist Ronnie van Hout has made a name for himself with works that are perplexing, outlandish and disruptive.
It’s an almost impossible task to pick one exhibition from a rich and varied year of visual arts offerings. While everyone is moved, motivated and impressed by different things we put the challenge to a number of curators, artists and directors to nominate their favourite show for 2017.
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