A specially commissioned exhibition sitting somewhere between research and a reinterpretation of historical works and cultural artefacts, ‘Another Look’ continues Town Hall Gallery’s commitment to support local, national and international artists.
To celebrate 75 years of engaging with modern art, and living at the Emu Plains site, Penrith Regional Gallery presents a suite of exhibitions and public programs including 'Emu Island: Modernism in Place'.
In 'Batavia: Giving Voice to the Voiceless' viewers are welcome aboard a dark visual and auditory journey reflecting on the mutiny, murder and feats of survival surrounding the infamous Batavia shipwreck of 1629.
‘Collage seems a way to reflect the way experience feels’ – Tom Alberts. Fusing landscape, still life and portraiture in oil for this new body of work, Alberts continues to explore his process of ‘observational collage’.
Photographer Rae Begley uses 35mm film and the silver gelatin printing process to create large-scale works that connect audiences to the beauty, and devastation of human impact on the Ngozumpa Glacier and Gokyo Lake in Nepal.
Aida Tomescu’s choice of pigment and technique of layering and scraping paint is suggestive of resistance. ‘Stroke upon stroke, colour upon colour, all the while being prepared to disrupt the surface to unearth and further assert form,’ says Andrew Jensen.