Gebhardt presents a filmic dance of an entirely different kind. In this multi-channel video, Lovers, 2018 – Gebhardt celebrates the drama of powerful thoroughbred horses, performing a courting ritual of extraordinary intimacy. Gebhardt’s poetic meditation on the animal language of consent and desire connects the viewer to a force and emotion, in which we become complicit partners to an act of passion.
– Erica Green, Divided Worlds, Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art 2018
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Amos Gebhardt ‘Family Portrait’ 2020. Archival inkjet pigment print, 119 x 174 x 6 cm framed size. edition of 6 + 2 AP. Bowness Photography Prize 2020 finalist
Amos Gebhardt ‘Family portrait’ triptych 2020, from the series ‘Small acts of resistance’ archival inkjet pigment print, 100 x 70 cm, 100 x 140 cm, 100 x 70 cm. Bowness Photography Prize 2020 finalist.
Amos Gebhardt ‘Evanescence’ (2018) on the cover of Art Collector issue #92, April–June 2020
Evanescence – 4 channel, 4K video installation with multi-channel sound 34 minutes (loop).installation view, 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Divided Worlds, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. Photography by Saul Steed.