The first major survey exhibition in a decade of one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists.
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.
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The Wave Hill walk-off birthed a movement, a ballad and a National Heritage listing, but its legacy remains bittersweet.
An exhibition of the University of Melbourne’s Rare Book Collection examines the links between European illustrated book tradition and the current Australian scene.
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