Defying Empire – Triennial – NGA

Defying Empire – Triennial – NGA

The 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial 2017 This Major exhibition surveys contemporary art by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across the country. 2017 marks the Read More…

Hereby Make Protest

Hereby Make Protest

17th June – 18th July 2014This month long exhibition brings together new oral histories, commissioned artwork and personal collections to tell the story of an important moment Read More…

The Native Institute

The Native Institute

THE NATIVE INSTITUTE EXHIBITION: @ BlackTown Arts Centre,  Saturday 13th July continues to 21st Septemper. SITES OF EXPERIMENTATION: The Native Institute Site, 11am-12pm continues to 20th July Read More…

Feminage: the logic of feminist collage

Feminage: the logic of feminist collage

Feminage frames collage as one aspect of the diverse legacy of feminist art practice. The title re-inflects US artist Miriam Schapiro’s art historical slogan to further complicate Read More…

Fairytales in Fairyland

Fairytales in Fairyland

Grafton Regional Gallery
6th July to 28th August 2011
Fairytales in Fairyland explores the sense of space in Australia given through a democracy that allows all beliefs to coexist. Space in Australia is abundant both physically and conceptually. Australian artists have responded to this abundance or its outcomes with works that move beyond the real or refer to or explore the belief in fantasy.

Artists are: Alison Williams, Avital Sheffer, Bob Connery, Cass Samms, Rindi Salomon, Jenny Kitchener, Joe Peady, John van der Kolk, Karla Dickens, Katka Adams, Louise Fulton, Steven Giese, Stuart Payne, Dave Funnell

image of back cover of Black Beauty Artist Book
34cm x 32cm, 20 pages, mixed medium