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Born in 1973 in Kothanalloor, a village in the southern Indian state of Kerala, Gigi Scaria lives and works in New Delhi. Dust is an exhibition of new work produced especially for the Ian Potter Museum of Art.
Displayed over three …(more)
The fire which destroyed Wilson Hall in 1952 marked the end of one kind of university and the triumph of another. Images of the university from the century before the fire show a landscaped park with isolated Gothic-style buildings. In these phot…(more)
The Classics and Archaeology Collection at the University of Melbourne includes an important collection of Bronze and Iron Age pottery from the excavations of Dame Kathleen Kenyon (1906–1978) at Jericho and Jerusalem. Kathleen Kenyon was ar…(more)
These rarely displayed works of art are the first representations on bark of important ancestral beings, sacred clan designs and totemic animals made in the region specifically for outsiders. Collected by Professor Donald Thomson and Dr Leonhard Adam in 1935–50 from artists in Central and Eastern Arnhem Land, Caledon Bay and Groote Eylandt, these extraordinary paintings represent the origins of contemporary art from the region.