A photographic competition which runs in conjunction with the annual Clarence Valley plunge Arts and Culture Festival.
158 Fitzroy Street Grafton NSW 2460
A mass installation and drawings by contemporary Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang encounter the Terracotta Warriors and other ancient treasures.
Urs Fischer’s four-metre red wax sculpture, Francesco, 2017, is designed to be lit and slowly melted like a candle. Recently acquired by the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), the sculpture’s decomposition is being documented on social media—and attracting lively discussion.
Ngaio Lenz paints possibility. Her new exhibition, The Imperfect Balance, extends the Melbourne-based artist’s investigation into the place of intuition, history and emotion in painting.
“The most interesting quality of old things is that they even appeared new. I think that’s because they were never wholly, truly new: they were mostly just reheated bits of even older stuff but given a makeover, like a plain person getting a new hairdo or losing some weight.”
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