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Amanda Marburg is “a painter, not a sculptor,” she maintains. Her works might have a starting point in film, fairy tale or riff on a moment in art history, but it’s the modest ‘sketch’ in plasticine that lends a distinctive look to her work and has her reiterating her vocational calling.
Chris McAuliffe recommends Anne Wallace: Strange Ways at QUT Art Museum.
Looking for some recommendations? Our panel of art insiders share their thoughts on what to see this month.
Al Munro’s latest exhibition experiments with translating the content of paintings back into textiles.
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.
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