Painting, drawing, photography, prints and sculpture from the collection.
Kembla St & Burelli St, Wollongong NSW 2500
This year, the winner of the $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize is artist Vincent Namatjira, for his double-sided portrait work titled: Close Contact, 2018.
Jacob Raupach has directed his gaze at the rail corridor between two places he has lived – Wagga Wagga and Albury/Wodonga – both en route between Melbourne and Sydney.
While one might draw a rapid conclusion that surrealism is her starting point, the way Davis’s works reference medieval or gothic dress, and a kind of grotesqueness, recall grottesche – forms that adorned Gothic buildings and conceptualised alterity.
“Painting is always fictional,” says Tony Lloyd when discussing the links between photography, painting and realism.
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