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Based in Toronto, Anishinaabe artist Rebecca Belmore is showing her first Australian solo exhibition, creating acts of Indigenous resistance through art, language and bodies.
Contemplating First Nations art as a tool of resistance and as offering alternative versions of Australian history, Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia at AGWA covers enormous cultural territory, with more than 80 artists.
From his alter ego Blak Metal to exhibiting the figure of a saddened black air dancer, Steven Rhall is embarking on a new artwork: renaming Wi-Fi networks to ABORIGINAL LAND, which will be showing as part of ACCA’s vast summer exhibition Who’s Afraid of Public Space?
Madeline Pfull’s portraits depict women in a range of settings. They are a peculiarly evocative experience for anyone with strong memories of the 1980s and early 1990s—the decor, the fashion, the colours, the stylised ambience.
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