Believe not every spirit, but try the spirits
Curated by Lars Bang Larsen
and Marco Pasi
21 April - 27 July 2015

The major group exhibition Believe not every spirit, but try the spirits takes as its departure point the art of forgotten Victorian-era Spiritualist Georgiana Houghton (1814-1884), and features contemporary and historical painting, sculpture, video and photography that both explore and adopt Spiritualist practices and methodologies.
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Wednesday 15 July 2015, 6-8pm
Linda Marrinon: Figure Sculpture
and Dominik Lang: Girl with pigeon
opening celebrations with remarks by Robyn McKenzie


Linda Marrinon: Figure Sculpture
11 July - 19 September 2015

A key figure in Australian contemporary art since the mid-1980s, Linda Marrinon has developed a wonderfully idiosyncratic language of figurative sculpture. This exhibition will focus on works produced over the last ten years, providing an intimate view of her expanding repertoire of historical and cultural figures, from Voltaire and Edwardian ladies to Emergency Service Worker and MC Hammer. Figure Sculpture will bring together 60 figures and busts from public and private collections, the artworks brought together for the very first time.

Sanné Mestrom: Weeping Women
Ian Potter Sculpture Court Commission

Sanné Mestrom's practice draws on iconic figures of twentieth-century modernist art, exploring how value is constructed and the deep ties between artworks and their cultural and historical context. Read more here...

Art as a Verb
Exhibition Catalogue

131 pages, 66 colour pages
Texts: Charlotte Day, Francis E. Parker & Patrice Sharkey, Victoria Lynn, Ian Milliss, Jarrod Rawlins
ISBN: 978-0-9923754-2-3

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