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Wednesday 6 April
2022

Sidney Nolan

Search for paradise

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Saturday 19 FebruarySunday 12 June

Mitch Mahoney & Donna Blackall

Weaving Sustainable Culture

Footscray Community Arts Centre
Wednesday 1 DecemberSaturday 9 July

Group Show

House of Ideas: Cynthia Reed's Studio

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Saturday 6 NovemberSunday 29 May

Group Show

Hyphenated Biennial

Substation
Friday 3 DecemberSaturday 9 April

Dean Cross

Sometimes I miss the applause

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Saturday 5 FebruarySunday 29 May

Group Show

We, Us, Them

Centre for Contemporary Photography
Friday 18 FebruarySunday 17 April

Victor Rubin

Room To Move

Fox Galleries
Saturday 2 AprilSaturday 30 April

Group Show

Circleworks

Arts Project - Collingwood Gallery
Saturday 19 MarchSunday 24 April

Group Show

CLOSER

Footscray Community Arts
Tuesday 8 MarchSunday 1 May

Group Show

The Personal is Political

Geelong Gallery
Saturday 12 MarchSunday 19 June

Group Show

TAPE TWENTY TWENTY TWO

Five Walls Gallery
Wednesday 23 MarchSaturday 9 April

Nathan Jokovich

Rainfall

Five Walls Gallery
Wednesday 23 MarchSaturday 9 April

Lotte Frances

Sometimes We See Them, Sometimes We Don’t

Five Walls Gallery
Wednesday 23 MarchSaturday 9 April

Peter Aldrich

Casaba Melon

Five Walls Gallery
Wednesday 23 MarchSaturday 9 April

Darcey Bella Arnold

A Measure of Disorder

Gertrude Glasshouse
Friday 11 MarchSaturday 9 April

Yukio Tabuchi

Considered Environment: the Photobooks of Yukio Tabuchi and Camera Mainichi

Centre for Contemporary Photography
Thursday 17 MarchSunday 17 April

Frances Barrett

Meatus

ACCA
Saturday 2 AprilSunday 19 June

Group Show

The Personal is Political

Geelong Gallery
Saturday 12 MarchSunday 19 June

The title of this exhibition honours a retrospective exhibition of the work of the late Ann Newmarch (1945–2022) presented at the Art Gallery of South Australia in 1997. In this focussed selection of works from the Geelong Gallery collection, we pay tribute to three of Australia’s most important artists, whose work powerfully elaborates some of the most pressing social and political issues of their times.

In 1974 Newmarch, together with Mandy Martin (1952–2021), Robert Boynes and other artists, cofounded in Adelaide the Progressive Art Movement, a politically active collective of artists who advocated for social and economic change including Australian independence, the status of women, and a nationwide car industry.

Newmarch, Martin, and Boynes used the print medium to extraordinarily powerful and influential effect throughout the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s to rail against issues of deep concern including the Vietnam War, American imperialism, uranium mining and the inequitable treatment of Aboriginal people in white Australia, exploiting the history of the print medium as a vehicle for the expression and wide distribution of political opinions.

Location

Geelong Gallery
Little Malop Street, Geelong VIC 3220, Australia

Date

Saturday 12 MarchSunday 19 June

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Exhibitions

Wednesday 6 April
2022

Sidney Nolan

Search for paradise

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Saturday 19 FebruarySunday 12 June

Mitch Mahoney & Donna Blackall

Weaving Sustainable Culture

Footscray Community Arts Centre
Wednesday 1 DecemberSaturday 9 July

Group Show

House of Ideas: Cynthia Reed's Studio

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Saturday 6 NovemberSunday 29 May

Group Show

Hyphenated Biennial

Substation
Friday 3 DecemberSaturday 9 April

Dean Cross

Sometimes I miss the applause

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Saturday 5 FebruarySunday 29 May

Group Show

We, Us, Them

Centre for Contemporary Photography
Friday 18 FebruarySunday 17 April

Victor Rubin

Room To Move

Fox Galleries
Saturday 2 AprilSaturday 30 April

Group Show

Circleworks

Arts Project - Collingwood Gallery
Saturday 19 MarchSunday 24 April

Group Show

CLOSER

Footscray Community Arts
Tuesday 8 MarchSunday 1 May

Group Show

The Personal is Political

Geelong Gallery
Saturday 12 MarchSunday 19 June

Group Show

TAPE TWENTY TWENTY TWO

Five Walls Gallery
Wednesday 23 MarchSaturday 9 April

Nathan Jokovich

Rainfall

Five Walls Gallery
Wednesday 23 MarchSaturday 9 April

Lotte Frances

Sometimes We See Them, Sometimes We Don’t

Five Walls Gallery
Wednesday 23 MarchSaturday 9 April

Peter Aldrich

Casaba Melon

Five Walls Gallery
Wednesday 23 MarchSaturday 9 April

Darcey Bella Arnold

A Measure of Disorder

Gertrude Glasshouse
Friday 11 MarchSaturday 9 April

Yukio Tabuchi

Considered Environment: the Photobooks of Yukio Tabuchi and Camera Mainichi

Centre for Contemporary Photography
Thursday 17 MarchSunday 17 April

Frances Barrett

Meatus

ACCA
Saturday 2 AprilSunday 19 June

Group Show

The Personal is Political

Geelong Gallery
Saturday 12 MarchSunday 19 June

The title of this exhibition honours a retrospective exhibition of the work of the late Ann Newmarch (1945–2022) presented at the Art Gallery of South Australia in 1997. In this focussed selection of works from the Geelong Gallery collection, we pay tribute to three of Australia’s most important artists, whose work powerfully elaborates some of the most pressing social and political issues of their times.

In 1974 Newmarch, together with Mandy Martin (1952–2021), Robert Boynes and other artists, cofounded in Adelaide the Progressive Art Movement, a politically active collective of artists who advocated for social and economic change including Australian independence, the status of women, and a nationwide car industry.

Newmarch, Martin, and Boynes used the print medium to extraordinarily powerful and influential effect throughout the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s to rail against issues of deep concern including the Vietnam War, American imperialism, uranium mining and the inequitable treatment of Aboriginal people in white Australia, exploiting the history of the print medium as a vehicle for the expression and wide distribution of political opinions.

Location

Geelong Gallery
Little Malop Street, Geelong VIC 3220, Australia

Date

Saturday 12 MarchSunday 19 June

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All exhibition content on this website has been sourced from the exhibiting gallery’s website or provided by other art enthusiasts. We do not own or seek to own any of this material. If you are concerned about any misuse of your content, please let us know here.

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