Celebrates one of the world’s most ambitious public art initiatives and revisits some of the most iconic large-scale artworks to have been presented in Australia.
Art Gallery Road, The Domain, Sydney
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.
Present, curated by writer/curator Kate Britton (who is also the director of Art Month Sydney), brings together a group of unrepresented artists: Kalanjay Dhir, Caroline Garcia, Get to Work, Samuel Hodge, Claudia Nicholson, and Athena Thebus.
“By the time I was in my teens in the mid-70s, the optimism of the 1960s had faded into the dystopian grime of the late Cold War.”
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