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Artists include: Howard Arkley, Angela Brennan, Jon Campbell, Tony Clark, Juan Davila, Louise Hearman, Robert Hunter, Michael Nelson Jagamara, Tim Johnson, Emily Kam Kngwarray, Lindy Lee, Tracey Moffatt, Robert Owen, Rosslynd Piggott, Kerrie Poliness, Gregory Pryor, Scott Redford, Vivienne Shark LeWitt, Caroline Williams, John Wolseley, John Young, Constanze Zikos
The Vizard Foundation Art Collection of the 1990s began as an initiative to support Australian artists through the acquisition, display and promotion of their work. The artworks reflect some of the prevailing issues of the 1990s, a period of shifting cultural conditions involving an expanding field of practitioners and media. Housed at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, the Vizard Foundation Art Collection of the 1990s consists of 124 works by fifty-one Australian artists.
The collection addresses key theoretical issues in contemporary art, exploring artists’ ideas including mass culture, technology, national identity, and gender, through works that epitomise the creative direction of the period. Themes present in the works include: reconciliation, globalisation, the environment, and national and personal politics.
Richard Avedon People celebrates the work of American photographer Richard Avedon (1923 to 2004). With work from 1949 to 2002, the exhibition offers an in-depth overview of Avedon’s achievements in the art of black and white portraiture photography. In the show, instantly recognisable and influential artists, celebrities, and political activists including Truman Capote, Elizabeth Taylor, Twiggy, Malcolm X, and Bob Dylan are presented alongside portraits of the unknown or long forgotten. Coming soon, opening 6 December 2014