Diane Masters with Michaye Boulter, Katherine Cooper and Melissa Smith.
77 Salamanca Place Hobart TAS 7000
“Robert Dickerson is quite well loved in Newcastle,” Loretta Morton says. “Visitors will come to the gallery and ask to see Guy, a portrait of his son held in our permanent collection, or a Whiteley, or a Margaret Olley.”
Rew Hanks has won the $16,000 first prize in the Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award with his two-metre-long linocut, Gone Fishing East of Faskrudsfjordur.
A nuanced reflection on post-war Australian culture and hefty themes such as religion, sexuality and mortality run through his extensive body of work, which not only includes painting, but also drawing, photography and collage.
Polly Borland’s latest photographic series titled Not Good at Human at Sullivan+Strumpf stems from her feelings of displacement after moving to Los Angeles.
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