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:
- 1985 (STANLEY/BARKER, London, 2014)
- Particle Mist (STANLEY/BARKER, London, 2015)
- Bill Henson (limited Edition with lenticular cover + Signed C Print, Editions Bessard, Paris, 2016)
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
The Art Newspaper
Image: Kindertotenlieder 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
BILL HENSON, TIM JOHNSON, ROSEMARY LAING and JUDY WATSON
21 September 2013 – 8 December 2013
The Royal Academy of Art, London, UK
Marking the first major survey of Australian art in the UK for 50 years, this exhibition will span more than 200 years from 1800 to the present day.
Including works by Bill Henson, Tim Johnson, Rosemary Laing and Judy Watson.
25 May – 22 September 2013
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Showcasing recent works alongside the Paris Opera Project 1990/91 and the ‘Mahler’ series from 1976, the exhibition highlights Henson’s sustained interest in depicting landscapes as well as figures, while drawing out the importance of music.
BROOK ANDREW, MARTIN BELL, BILL HENSON, ANASTASIA KLOSE, ROSEMARY LAING, TIM MAGUIRE and PATRICIA PICCININI
1 – 3 March 2013
Tolarno Galleries at ART13 London
Olympia Grand Hall, London
BROOK ANDREW, BILL HENSON, ANASTASIA KLOSE
18 December 2010 – 26 April 2011
21st Century: Art in the First Decade
Queensland Art Gallery
Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
Over summer 2010-11 the Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Art Gallery presents 21st Century: Art in the First Decade, an ambitious and ground-breaking exhibition that will occupy the entire Gallery of Modern Art and focus exclusively on works created between 2000 and 2010. Showcasing more than 200 works, and featuring over 140 artists and artist collaborative groups – senior, mid-career and emerging – from more than 40 countries, included a new work commissioned by GOMA by Brook Andrew, Bill Henson and Anastasia Klose’s Film for My Nanna .