Tolarno Galleries is now closed and will return in February 2021.
The exhibition program opens on Saturday 13 February 2021 with Justine Varga’s Tachisme, part of the PHOTO 2021 festival of international photography.
Between April and October 2020, during two Melbourne lockdowns, the Tolarno Galleries exhibition program moved completely online. Thank you to the artists, collectors and audience for making the leap with us.
If you missed any of the exhibitions at the time, visit them here:
Judy Watson memory scars, dreams and gardens
Judy Watson Cyanotypes
Andrew Browne Shoegazer
Amos Gebhardt Night Horse
Tim Johnson Parallel Universe
Peter Atkins TV WEEK 1980-1985
Danie Mellor The Sun Also Sets
Brent Harris Peaks
Benjamin Armstrong Under the Southern Sky
Bill Henson On Beauty
Amos Gebhardt Evanescence
Justine Varga Tachisme (five works)
Brent Harris 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres
Image: Justine Varga Aggregate 2018-19. Chromogenic photograph 151.5 x 120.7 cm (framed size), edition of 5 + 2 AP
A 2020 Christmas Wishlist of inspiring artworks by:
Brook Andrew, Brendan Huntley, Ben Quilty, Bill Henson, Tim Johnson, Brent Harris and Dan Moynihan.
Image: BROOK ANDREW Shifted Time 2020, mixed media on Belgian linen, 150 x 127 cm
Judy Watson’s exhibition memory scars, dreams and gardens continues at Tolarno Galleries until 12 December.
Listen back to Judy Watson interviewed by Namila Benson on ABC RN The Art Show.
Read Tiarney Miekus’ review in The Age.
And Kerrie O’Brien’s interview in The Age.
If visiting the gallery in Melbourne is not an option, the Judy Watson Online Viewing Space is open.
Find details of all the available works, installation images and catalogue essay by Katina Davidson, A/Curator, Indigenous Australian Art, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art.