A group exhibition of hard-edge colour-field works to coincide with the re-staging of 1968 The Field exhibition held at the National Gallery of Victoria.
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Judith Wright, born in 1945, was a dancer in the Australian Ballet and in the late 1970s, embarked on
a practice in the visual arts.
The evolving collective this mob, founded by Kate ten Buuren, creates a nurturing and deadly space for Blak artists.
“The more we understand the better we can participate in society”. These words, which greet visitors to Kader Attia’s solo show at the MCA, perfectly sum up the overarching themes of the French-Algerian artist’s project.
Tracey Clement chatted to Nell about AC/DC, spirituality and death while the artist was installing her major survey show at the Shepparton Art Museum (SAM).
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