• Kiki Smith
    Born 2002
    colour lithograph
    Published by Universal Limited Art Editions, New York
    © Kiki Smith / Universal Limited Art Editions, New York
    Courtesy of the artist and PACE Gallery, New York

  • An evening looking at Kiki Smith

    Wednesday 14 Feb 2018, 6.00- 7.00pm

    This exhibition has been generously supported by Naomi Milgrom AO and the Consulate General of the United States, Melbourne.Julie Ewington, looks at the work of American artist Kiki Smith, who found new ways to tell old tales in her exploration of the social, cultural, and political roles of women.

    Julie Ewington is a writer and curator based in Sydney. Between 2001-14 she was Head of Australian Art at Queensland Art Gallery|Gallery of Modern Art. Since 2014 she has written numerous catalogue essays, and reviews for journals including The Monthly and Artforum.  Major publications include monographs on Fiona Hall (2005) and Del Kathryn Barton (2014), and in 2016 Julie curated The Sculpture of Bronwyn Oliver for TarraWarra Museum of Art.


    Followed by light refreshments.

    This program has been generously supported by the Consulate General of the United States, Melbourne.



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