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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.
Louise Martin-Chew spoke to Fiona Foley about her solo show, Horror has a Face, which is part of her PhD research.
Three decades after Ana Mendieta’s death, Connecting to the Earth brings the Cuban artist’s work to Brisbane’s Institute of Modern Art (IMA), exploring what close communion with nature could look like in contemporary Australia.
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