• Photo: Viki Petherbridge

  • Tim Jones: the phantom and the city

    25 Sep 2010 to 28 Nov 2010
    Curator: Joanna Bosse

    From 1988 to 1990, Tim Jones made a series of works based on an elaborate New Guinean sculpture which was originally used as a house-post for an above-water dwelling in Sentani Lake, West Papua. These little known works on paper from the University of Melbourne Art Collection are shown together for the first time with three related sculptures from the artist's collection. An important inclusion in this exhibition is two Papua New Guinean shields from the Leonhard Adam Collection of International Indigenous Culture. The shields are included to indicate the influence of works from this region in Jones’s art.

    This exhibition also includes Jones's major sculptural work, Covert 7 city, from the University of Melbourne Art Collection, and the 1990 sculpture, Good afternoon at ‘Levitating Phenomenon’ from the artist’s own collection.

     

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