This solo exhibition by George Hayward showcases abstract paintings that explore the connection to the natural environment to transform inner emotion into artistic expression.
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Looking at Chiharu Shiota’s art paradoxically offers an uncanny awareness of one’s bodily existence alongside the elusiveness of time. To see Shiota’s latest installation and works at Anna Schwartz Gallery is to be awe-struck.
“It’s not the last word in painting at all”: Like a Wheel That Turns at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) doesn’t focus on what painting is—but what painting can do.
The electric field of light has long held the attention of artists. Light: Works from Tate’s Collection at ACMI presents significant works from artists like Tacita Dean, Olafur Eliasson and Yayoi Kusama, illuminating how artists in the Tate’s collection have engaged with light for over 200 years.
Confined 13 shows how art can change lives. With 400 works created by First Nations artists either currently in or recently released from Victorian prisons, the exhibition is a tribute to how artistic expression strengthens a person’s connection to their story and culture, while giving further artistic possibilities.
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