Bill Henson

On view 3 May - 2 June

Bill Henson

On view 3 May - 2 June

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Bill Henson

Book signing
Saturday 19 May, 2pm-3pm
Tolarno Galleries, Level 4, 104 Exhibition Street, Melbourne 3000

Bill Henson will make a rare public appearance for a book signing at Tolarno Galleries. He will sign your personal copies of books, and Tolarno will also have available for purchase on the day limited copies of otherwise sold out editions of Henson monographs, including:

Bill Henson’s exhibition of new works is on view now at Tolarno Galleries until 2 June.

Watch: Bill Henson on ABC TV The Mix

Listen: Bill Henson on ABC RN The Drawing Room

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Broadsheet Melbourne
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ImageKindertotenlieder Image #17 1976 – 2016
Archival inkjet pigment print, framed
Image size: 44.8 x 37 cm Framed size: 69 x 60 cm
Edition of 10


Danie Mellor

Cairns Art Gallery
Proximity and Perception
4 May – 1 July 2018

Proximity and Perception focuses on a major new work by Danie Mellor commissioned by the Cairns Art Gallery Foundation, and places it within the context of his recent art practice and ongoing engagement with his matrilineal Country of the North Queensland rainforest region, south of Cairns.
Proximity and Perception spans the last decade of Mellor’s artistic practice and brings together highly detailed drawings rendered in Mellor’s signature blue pastel, alongside recent photographic works.

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Artist talk Friday 4 May, 6.00PM

Image: Danie Mellor, Bala dulga yubanday  2014, each panel 100 x 120 cm total size: 300.0 x 360.0 cm, on paper consisting of nine panels mounted onto aluminium and mdf.


Louise Hearman | Patricia Piccinini

2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art
3 March – 3 June 2018

Extending across Adelaide’s cultural precinct, North Terrace, the 2018 Adelaide Biennial will be presented at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art at the University of South Australia, JamFactory and Adelaide Botanic Garden including the Santos Museum of Economic Botany. Artists include Patricia Piccinini and Louise Hearman.

Image: Louise Hearman, ‘Untitled #1405’ 2015, oil and ink on canvas, 71 x 71 cm

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