Month: August 2019

turtle creature with yellow carapace

Patricia Piccinini

Life Clings Closest Cairns Art Gallery 22 August – 8 December 2019 Bringing together works from the last twenty years of Patricia Piccinini’s practice, Life Clings Closest also debuts a new group of works inspired by the unique environment of Far North Queensland. These works celebrate the wondrous ecology of the area, but also questions how […]

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Danie Mellor

Matter Matters by Danie Mellor was unveiled in August 2019 as the fourth Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney’s Loti Smorgon Sculpture Terrace Commission. The Museum works with artists to realise new, temporary artworks that respond to the unique site overlooking Sydney Harbour. Mellor said, “The drama of natural forms is something I find captivating, and the shapes of the […]

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Bill Henson

The light fades but the gods remain Monash Gallery of Art 27 July to 29 September 2019 The light fades but the gods remain is a major exhibition curated by Pippa Milne showcasing two key series’ by Bill Henson, one of Australia’s most eminent artists, exploring the suburb of Glen Waverley where he grew up. […]

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Nicholas Folland at Adelaide Central School of Art

In this hugely ambitious new exhibition, South Australian art superstar Nicholas Folland imagines a world in which cosy notions of domestic security are thrillingly destabilised. Combining installation with kinetic sculpture, Other Homes and Gardens inverts the idea of the Anthropocene, depicting humankind at the mercy of dangerous and implacable natural forces. Simultaneously uncanny and darkly […]

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