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Seven artists selected for the MCA’s premier showcase of young Australian talent.
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In the constellation of bark artists, John Mawurndjul‘s star shines brightest. This retrospective exhibition has set a new benchmark for Indigenous art displays.
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Spence Messih’s practice uses sculpture, installation, photography and text to explore the potential of forms and materials to communicate trans(gender) experience.
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Tarnanthi, the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA)’s annual festival celebrating Indigenous contemporary art, will this year focus on master bark painter John Mawurndjul through the major touring exhibition, I am the old and the new.
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With a practice rooted in feminism, punk and rebellion, Jenny Watson’s oeuvre reads like a painted diary while her CV is testament to her firm place in Australian art history.