An AGB collection feature exhibition.
40 Lydiard Street North Ballarat VIC 3350
After years working overseas as a curator and gallery director, Suzanne Cotter will return home to Australia as the new director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) in Sydney.
Radical for 1940s Australia, the cover designs of arts magazine A Comment are compelling examples of sparse modernism, and are now showing at the National Gallery of Australia for Know My Name. But who is the woman behind them?
In the group show The Other Portrait, at both UTS and SCA galleries, artists/curators Cherine Fahd and Julie Rrap explore the idea that ‘the other’ is always about the self.
From glass eel traps to possum skin cloaks, Maree Clarke uses art to tell stories as well as reclaim and extend cultural practices. Maree Clarke: Ancestral Memories is the first major exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria by a living artist with ancestral ties to the land on which the gallery stands.
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