Injalak Arts presents 'The Whacky Show', an assemblage of the whackiest artworks they believe have ever been exhibited in Australia. These works represent some of the most innovative, inspired and dynamic outputs created by West Arnhem Land artists in contemporary times.
The image of the soldier invokes solemnity. Deepening the striking visual oddness of the interplay between humanity and the environment in the war context is the weight of history, moral obligation, danger and military apparel that bears down on the individual soldier and their colleagues-in-arms. The disruptive pattern camouflage enclosing...
'Archie Moore: 1970-2018' takes the form of multi-sensory installation examining childhood and transgenerational memory – a multilayered installation of seven rooms, created using reclaimed building materials and found items.
'Beckler’s Botanical Bounty' sees 20 Melbourne-based botanical illustrators took part in an eight-year project inspired by Dr Herman Beckler’s (1828-1914) collection of 120 valuable plant specimens from Menindee in NSW.
Jacky Redgate has worked with mirrors for over two decades in an ongoing investigation of light and space. This exhibition presents the photographic series Light Throw (Mirrors) Fold #1–10 (2014-15) for the first time in its entirety.
Featuring Australian and international artists, ‘Disobedient Daughters’ challenges the stereotypes of Asian women in a global context. Curated by Sophia Cai, the exhibition encompasses photography and video.
Exploring injustices committed against Aboriginal Peoples and the suppression of their legacies, Ryan Presley presents a series of large-scale ‘Blood Money’ (2010-) in the form of Australian banknotes.
Featuring 23 artworks created by Australian artists in the period spanning 1956 to 2008, 'Horizon' celebrates a significant donation by Anna and Richard Green through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gift Program.