A collaborative exhibition of video and textile, in which both artists’ work is shaped by childhood experiences of discovering the secret writing practices of their mothers.
109 Edward Street, Brisbane
Andrew Nicholls walked the ruins of Hadrian’s Villa, partied in Venice, wore britches and white makeup in the piazze and hiked up aching-to-erupt volcanoes. Hyperkulturemia collects the artist’s forays into the romance and revelry of the tour.
Elucidated with a level of technical finesse that Loxley describes as “dazzling,” Cassils’ work is fierce, raw and unflinching.
The annual Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize (WSSP) attracts an enormous number of entries (over 600 this year) and brings together a collection of finalists from the preeminent to the lesser known.
Directors Aileen Burns and Johan Lundt add an antipodean twist to their global focus at Brisbane’s Institute of Modern Art, selecting Willem de Rooij and Fiona Tan to kick off the 2017 exhibition program.
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