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Jon Campbell, We wanna be free, 1993, enamel and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 183 x 244 cm. The Vizard Foundation Art Collection of the 1990s, acquired 1995. On loan to the Ian Potter Museum of Art, the University of Melbourne
Stephen Bush, Problematising the trace, 1994, oil on linen, 198 x 239 cm. The Vizard Foundation Art Collection of the 1990s, acquired 1994. On loan to the Ian Potter Museum of Art, the University of Melbourne
The Vizard Foundation Art Collection of the 1990s aims to provide support for Australian artists through the acquisition, display and educational promotion of their work. The collection addresses key theoretical issues in contemporary art, such as the relation of art and mass culture, technology, national identity, and gender, with works that epitomise the creative direction of the 1990s and reflect the philosophical concerns of the period. The collection is managed by the Ian Potter Museum of Art on behalf of the Vizard Foundation.
SUNDAY 19 APRIL Cinema Nova in partnership with the Potter’s exhibition Weird melancholy: The Australian gothic, presents a series of Australian Gothic Cinema. Peter Weir’s 1975 Australian classic, Picnic at Hanging Rock will be brought back to the big screen, followed by a panel discussing the film. Panel consists of screenwriter Cliff Green; actress Helen Morse who starred in the film; author Dr Brian McFarlane and academic/journalist Dr Mark Nicholls. Hosted by Carol van Opstal.
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