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Friday 24 May
2024

Clement Meadmore

The Industrial Design of Clement Meadmore — The Harris/Atkins Collection

TarraWarrra Museum of Art
Saturday 23 MarchSunday 14 July

Peter Atkins and Dana Harris

SUPERsystems

TarraWarrra Museum of Art
Saturday 23 MarchSunday 14 July

Group Show

Systems and Structures: A Focus on the TarraWarra Museum of Art Collection

TarraWarrra Museum of Art
Saturday 23 MarchSunday 14 July

Universal Everything

Beings

ACMI
Wednesday 22 MaySunday 29 September

Memo Akten

Memo Akten: Distributed Consciousness

ACMI
Wednesday 1 MayTuesday 31 December

Sadie Chandler, Richard Dunn, Craig Easton, Deven Marriner, Carol Cheng Mastroianni, Yuna Chun, Anne Scott Wilson, Rohan Schwarz, Mimi Zheng

OSCILLOFORMS

Project8 Gallery
Saturday 27 AprilSaturday 8 June

Abdé Nouamani, Alexander Brown, Andrew Carvolth, Annie Paxton, Bel Williams & Welfe Bowyer

Aluminium

Craft Victoria
Saturday 11 MaySaturday 22 June

Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers: Where We Are

Jewish Museum of Australia
Friday 10 MaySunday 1 September

Hany Armanious, Alex Gawronski, Ronnie van Hout, MP Hopkins, Sean Kerr, Cescon & Donovan, Del Lumanta, Michelle Nikou, Jelena Telecki, Justene Williams, Salote Tawale, The Estate of Quinto Sesto

Stupid As

Gertrude Contemporary
Saturday 20 AprilSunday 2 June

Dane Mitchell

An Unbroken Surface

Gertrude Glasshouse
Friday 17 MaySaturday 8 June

Ryan McGinley

Yearbook

Shepparton Art Museum
Friday 1 MarchMonday 15 July

Jean Béraud, Belle Époque, Maurice Utrillo, Paul Signac, Toulouse-Lautrec and

Paris: Impressions of Life 1880 - 1925

Bendigo Art Gallery
Saturday 16 MarchTuesday 16 July

Various Australian artists

The School of Paris: Australian artists abroad

Bendigo Art Gallery
Friday 1 DecemberSunday 3 November

Marina Abramović (SRB/USA) and Ulay (GER/USA), Janine Antoni (US), Georgia Banks (AUS), Polly Borland (US), Sonia Boyce (UK), Christina May Carey (AUS), Sadie Chandler (AUS), Edith Dekyndt (BXL/BE), Karla Dickens (AUS), Jim Dine (US), Peter Ellis (AUS), Tarryn Gill (AUS), Mona Hatoum (UK), Zhang Chun Hong (US), Lou Hubbard (AUS), Jiang Jian (CN), Nusra Latif Qureshi (AUS), John Meade (AUS), Ana Mendieta (US), Hayley Millar Baker (AUS), S.J Norman (US), J.D ‘Okhai Ojeikere (NRA), Patricia Piccinini (AUS), Rosslynd Piggott (AUS), Wes Placek (AUS), C. J Pyles (US), Chuxiao Qu (AUS), Julie Rrap (AUS), Charlie Sofo and Debris Facility (AUS), Christian Thompson (AUS), Kemang Wa Lehulere (SA), Helen Wright (AUS), Ai Yamaguchi (JPN), Shih Yung-Chun (TW), Louise Weaver (AUS), William Wegman (USA).

Hair Pieces

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Saturday 4 MaySunday 6 October

Sam Atyeo, Moya Dyring, Danila Vassilieff, Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan, Joy Hester, Albert Tucker, John Perceval, Charles Blackman and Mirka Mora.

Always Modern

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Monday 13 MaySunday 16 June

Various Australian artists

The School of Paris: Australian artists abroad

Bendigo Art Gallery
Friday 1 DecemberSunday 3 November

For many Australian artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, an exposure to French and Parisian traditions of art making was formative and profound, whether their time in Paris was fleeting or they were true émigrés, never to return to Australia. ‘The School of Paris’ was a term coined in reference to the wave of non-French artists from around the world who gravitated to this thriving centre of artistic activity. Initially drawn to the Montmartre district and then to Montparnasse in the south of the city, artists in this period explored a range of modern styles as they studied, exhibited and immersed themselves in a progressive and lively culture – and the great galleries and museums of the city.

In a variety of ways, the artists featured in this room, either through living and working in Paris themselves or through the teachings of others, were influenced by that city’s unique milieu in the heady decades before the outbreak of World War II, which catalysed a shift for many Western artists – across the North Atlantic to New York City.

Location

Bendigo Art Gallery
42 View Street, Bendigo VIC 3550

Date

Friday 1 DecemberSunday 3 November

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Exhibitions

Friday 24 May
2024

Clement Meadmore

The Industrial Design of Clement Meadmore — The Harris/Atkins Collection

TarraWarrra Museum of Art
Saturday 23 MarchSunday 14 July

Peter Atkins and Dana Harris

SUPERsystems

TarraWarrra Museum of Art
Saturday 23 MarchSunday 14 July

Group Show

Systems and Structures: A Focus on the TarraWarra Museum of Art Collection

TarraWarrra Museum of Art
Saturday 23 MarchSunday 14 July

Universal Everything

Beings

ACMI
Wednesday 22 MaySunday 29 September

Memo Akten

Memo Akten: Distributed Consciousness

ACMI
Wednesday 1 MayTuesday 31 December

Sadie Chandler, Richard Dunn, Craig Easton, Deven Marriner, Carol Cheng Mastroianni, Yuna Chun, Anne Scott Wilson, Rohan Schwarz, Mimi Zheng

OSCILLOFORMS

Project8 Gallery
Saturday 27 AprilSaturday 8 June

Abdé Nouamani, Alexander Brown, Andrew Carvolth, Annie Paxton, Bel Williams & Welfe Bowyer

Aluminium

Craft Victoria
Saturday 11 MaySaturday 22 June

Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers: Where We Are

Jewish Museum of Australia
Friday 10 MaySunday 1 September

Hany Armanious, Alex Gawronski, Ronnie van Hout, MP Hopkins, Sean Kerr, Cescon & Donovan, Del Lumanta, Michelle Nikou, Jelena Telecki, Justene Williams, Salote Tawale, The Estate of Quinto Sesto

Stupid As

Gertrude Contemporary
Saturday 20 AprilSunday 2 June

Dane Mitchell

An Unbroken Surface

Gertrude Glasshouse
Friday 17 MaySaturday 8 June

Ryan McGinley

Yearbook

Shepparton Art Museum
Friday 1 MarchMonday 15 July

Jean Béraud, Belle Époque, Maurice Utrillo, Paul Signac, Toulouse-Lautrec and

Paris: Impressions of Life 1880 - 1925

Bendigo Art Gallery
Saturday 16 MarchTuesday 16 July

Various Australian artists

The School of Paris: Australian artists abroad

Bendigo Art Gallery
Friday 1 DecemberSunday 3 November

Marina Abramović (SRB/USA) and Ulay (GER/USA), Janine Antoni (US), Georgia Banks (AUS), Polly Borland (US), Sonia Boyce (UK), Christina May Carey (AUS), Sadie Chandler (AUS), Edith Dekyndt (BXL/BE), Karla Dickens (AUS), Jim Dine (US), Peter Ellis (AUS), Tarryn Gill (AUS), Mona Hatoum (UK), Zhang Chun Hong (US), Lou Hubbard (AUS), Jiang Jian (CN), Nusra Latif Qureshi (AUS), John Meade (AUS), Ana Mendieta (US), Hayley Millar Baker (AUS), S.J Norman (US), J.D ‘Okhai Ojeikere (NRA), Patricia Piccinini (AUS), Rosslynd Piggott (AUS), Wes Placek (AUS), C. J Pyles (US), Chuxiao Qu (AUS), Julie Rrap (AUS), Charlie Sofo and Debris Facility (AUS), Christian Thompson (AUS), Kemang Wa Lehulere (SA), Helen Wright (AUS), Ai Yamaguchi (JPN), Shih Yung-Chun (TW), Louise Weaver (AUS), William Wegman (USA).

Hair Pieces

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Saturday 4 MaySunday 6 October

Sam Atyeo, Moya Dyring, Danila Vassilieff, Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan, Joy Hester, Albert Tucker, John Perceval, Charles Blackman and Mirka Mora.

Always Modern

Heide Museum of Modern Art
Monday 13 MaySunday 16 June

Various Australian artists

The School of Paris: Australian artists abroad

Bendigo Art Gallery
Friday 1 DecemberSunday 3 November

For many Australian artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, an exposure to French and Parisian traditions of art making was formative and profound, whether their time in Paris was fleeting or they were true émigrés, never to return to Australia. ‘The School of Paris’ was a term coined in reference to the wave of non-French artists from around the world who gravitated to this thriving centre of artistic activity. Initially drawn to the Montmartre district and then to Montparnasse in the south of the city, artists in this period explored a range of modern styles as they studied, exhibited and immersed themselves in a progressive and lively culture – and the great galleries and museums of the city.

In a variety of ways, the artists featured in this room, either through living and working in Paris themselves or through the teachings of others, were influenced by that city’s unique milieu in the heady decades before the outbreak of World War II, which catalysed a shift for many Western artists – across the North Atlantic to New York City.

Location

Bendigo Art Gallery
42 View Street, Bendigo VIC 3550

Date

Friday 1 DecemberSunday 3 November

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