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MY COUNTRY, I STILL
CALL AUSTRALIA HOME:
CONTEMPORARY ART FROM
One of the largest exhibition s of con temporary
Indigenous Australian art is on display in
Queen slan d this yea r, examining the association s
Aboriginal an d To rres Strait Islander artists have
with country in both land and nation. Queensland
Gallery of Modern Art, until October 7.
FOR A NEW WORLD
An in vestigation of the co mplex
phen omen on of early Australia n
modern ism, this exhibitio n lo ok s
at the decades between the two
Wo rld Wars, in which progressive
ar tists explored an d pro moted
modern ity thro ugh revol ution s
in colour and light. The Art
Galler y of New South Wales,
July 6-Octob er 7.
The White Rabbit Galler y brings
to its Sydney studio a stun n ing
collection that sur veys the impact
of China’s explosi ve urban growth.
It will be the fi rst time that most of
the showcased wo rk s will be seen
o utside of Chin a. White Rabbit
Gallery, until August 4.
Woman with parasol at Palm Beach (1927) by Roy de Maistre.
© Caroline de Mestre Walker.
IAN BURNS: AFLOAT ASUNDER
Australian artist Ian Burns will work his wondrous whimsy over a two-month period,
presenting the outcome (who knows what, exactly?) inside the Tasmanian Museum
and Art Gallery’s historically rich – and recently refurbished – Bond Store exhibition
space. Tasma nian Mu seum an d Art Gallery, un til July 27.
Afloat Asunder (2013) by Ian Burns. Photo taken by Rémi Chauvin.
Civilised #13 (2012), by Michael Cook.
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