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Ever Evolving Landscape: Artist In Residence Exhibition
From an intriguing exhibition on baroque masters to a show ostensibly all about dogs, here’s our curated list of regional offerings to see throughout the country this summer.
Horror is where the marginalised can see themselves—as a horror-themed exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art reveals.
Sneakers are a cultural phenomenon made up of paradoxes. Some see them as an accessible and inclusive force in fashion that serve as an outlet of self-expression for many; yet to others they are a symbol of out-of-control consumerism. Two Queensland exhibitions are embracing these dualities, though from contrasting angles: Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street at HOTA on the Gold Coast, and Torsion at Brisbane’s Metro Arts.
Since their radical rise in the 1970s, posters have been used by artists and activists for feminist, political, environmental and cultural issues. As an exhibition at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery attests, today may be no different.
Dapeng Liu juxtaposes painted abstract landscapes with recreations of split-second frames from popular films, news and the internet in his new show at Art Atrium.
Natalya Hughes’s art holds a piercing gaze on the historically male-dominated fields of art and psychoanalysis, claiming the necessary space for women’s representation.