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Posted on : September 17, 2014
What could have become of a kingdom is greatly influenced of its past. Perhaps, the current art exhibition in the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a great testament of the greatness of the Hindus and Buddhists in Southeast Asia during the 5th to 8th centuries. A lot of the artifacts featured in the exhibition are […]
Posted on : September 3, 2013
StartPoint, the prize for emerging artists, is presenting its final exhibition at DOX in Prague, bringing together talents from 34 art academies from 16 European countries. rnSeptember 6 - October 28, 2013 rnOpening on September 5 at 6pm rnhttp://www.dox.cz/rnrnAddress:rnDOX Centre for Contemporary ArtrnPoupĕtova 1rnPraguernCzech Republicrnhttp://www.startpointprize.eu/
Posted on : April 11, 2013
Opening Friday 12th April 2013 6-9pmrnrnExhibition from 12th April - 4th May 2013rnrnFuture Relic.rnrnThe future isn't shiny and virtual.rnrnThe future is industrial, mechanical and broken.rnrnFuture technologies are built out of recycled parts from other outmoded machinery and equipment. Decay in these objects is a part of the daily experience.rnrnFuture Relic is a collection of some of these objects and these are their stories.
Posted on : April 4, 2012
Dark Horse Experiment presents Covering Ground, an exhibition first held in 2011 at The University of La Verne Harris Art Gallery, California, is a collaboration between Katherine Boland, Terri Brooks, Dawn Cstoros, Barbara Kerwin, Marion Lane and Ruth Trotter, six mid-career abstract painters from Los Angeles and Melbourne.
Posted on : October 4, 2011
Brad Haylock is a Melbourne based artist who holds a PhD from RMIT University and currently lectures Visual Communication at Monash University. Recent solo exhibitions include Dead Nature at mzin, Germany in 2011.rn rnSimon MacEwan is a Melbourne based artist who works across a range of media from drawing and animation, to sculpture and jewellery. Recent solo exhibitions include You’re doing it wrong at c3 contemporary art space in 2010, Batmania at Bus Gallery in 2009.