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In the past ten days Australia has lost two important artworld figures. Both were senior artists working in Adelaide but with a reach extending far beyond the city or the nation.
In Your choc-mint pelvik floor is so boring at Linden New Art, Anna Hoyle’s witty, colourful gouache paintings skewer advertising, self-help and consumer trends and culture.
Based in Toronto, Anishinaabe artist Rebecca Belmore is showing her first Australian solo exhibition, creating acts of Indigenous resistance through art, language and bodies.
Kate Bohunnis works both with and against what she calls the “tired traditions” of gender stereotypes, creating steel and textile sculptures that inhabit a liminal zone between artificially imposed binaries, now showing at COMA gallery.
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