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This exhibition is an opportunity to re-visit one of the founding gifts to the University of Melbourne’s art collection.
Field Work 2006-2016 premieres an ambitious new moving image work – aftermath (2016) by Susan Norrie, one of Australia’s most highly regarded multidisciplinary artists. For the creation of this new work Norrie returned to East Java, Indonesia to the site of the LUSI mud volcano,....(more)
At the end of the Late Bronze Age, Greece was plunged into a Dark Age lasting for several centuries. In the 9th century BCE there was a revival of economic and artistic activity that culminated in the glories of the Classical period. During this time black-figure and later red-figure vase painting techniques developed, enabling artists to produce some of the most distinctive artistic works of ancient Greece.
Most of the important pottery producing ...
Olive Cotton and Max Dupain are key figures in Australian visual culture. They shared a long and close personal and professional relationship. This exhibition looks at their work made between 1934 and 1945, the period of their professional association; this was an exciting period of experimentation and growth in Australian photography, and Cotton and Dupain were at the centre of these developments.