Tag: Exhibition

Exhibition | Time Machine: Sue Ford

Time Machine: Sue Ford August 31 2012 – October 14 2012, Bundoora Homestead Art Centre Sue Ford (1943–2009) was one of Australia’s most important photographers and filmmakers. Ford studied photography at RMIT and in 1974 was the first Australian photographer accorded a solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria. The exhibition describes a period when photography was charged with political and personal meaning. It provides a great opportunity for audiences to reassess the talent of this important photographer, whose work was at once political, beautiful and elegiac. In an era when the photograph has become highly disposable it is important to acknowledge its role as an agent of change and memory. Monash Gallery of Art travelling exhibition Venue: Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, 7 – 27 Snake Gully Drive, Bundoora VIC 3083 Tram Route 86, Stop 62 Melways 19 G2 Opening Hours: Wednesday to…

Exhibition | Vivienne Binns – Art and Life La Trobe University Museum of Art

Vivienne Binns – Art and Life  La Trobe University Museum of Art | 2 July – 24 August 2020 Curated by Dr Penny Peckham For over forty years Australian artist Vivienne Binns has worked across a range of media, processes and contexts. In this exhibition guest curator Dr Penny Peckham brings together works from throughout her career in order to consider the significance of the autobiographical upon her practice. For Binns, art and life are inextricably linked and this exhibition will examine the ways in which personal relationships and events have, directly and indirectly, influenced her work. Binns has frequently spoken of her practice being concerned with explicating the belief that there is no separation between life and art, that art is much more than something created by those individuals identified as artists that can be seen in art galleries,…

Exhibition | Eros, Philos and Agape: A work by Ponch Hawkes

Eros, Philos and Agape: A work by Ponch Hawkes Eros, Philos and Agape – the Greek names for the three forms of love – is an installation by photographer Ponch Hawkes. It presents the role of love in the sporting progression of four elite junior athletes. Hawkes developed the work during her year as the National Sports Museum Basil Sellers Creative Arts Fellow for 2011/12. Admission to Eros, Philos and Agape is free of charge, but visitors must present a valid match-day ticket if they wish to see the exhibition in conjunction with an AFL match at the MCG. Dates: August 9, 2012 to August 30, 2012 Venue: Gate 3, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Yarra Park, East Melbourne Organized by: National Sports Museum Further information on the National Sports Museum Website