An artist shines a light on collections rarely seen by the public and through her photography offers new meanings and insights to Tasmania’s significant cultural objects.
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Jacob Rapauch has directed his gaze at the rail corridor between two places he has lived – Wagga Wagga and Albury/Wodonga – both en route between Melbourne and Sydney.
A mass installation and drawings by contemporary Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang encounter the Terracotta Warriors and other ancient treasures.
Owen Leong is known for his subversive homoerotic self-portraits. He was commissioned to make a new work for the group show, The Unflinching Gaze: photo media & the male figure, currently on at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery.
Women aren’t objects and girls have power. These are the overarching statements being made by two new exhibitions at ACE Open. Featuring video and ceramic works by Margaret Dodd, alongside an experimental documentary by Kate Blackmore, the shows collectively explore the complex relationships between suburbia and womanhood.
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