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One of Australia’s leading contemporary art events is back again. The theme of the 23rd Biennale of Sydney is rīvus which, across a number of locations and galleries, looks to explore ideas of Indigenous environment, science and philosophy.
“The world I see is endless space.” – Yayoi Kusama
Described as “the world’s most popular artist”, Yayoi Kasuma has a six decade career under her belt. Known for her repetitive polka-dots and bold contrasting colours, The Art Gallery of South Australia have recently opened “The Spirit of the Pumpkins Descended Into the Heavens”, which is an immersive and sensory experience and installation of mirrors, polka dots and spotty pumpkins.
‘The Soul Trembles’ highlights twenty-five years of Chiharu Shiota’s artistic practice. Internationally renowned for her transformative, large-scale installations constructed from millions of fine threads that cluster in space or form complex webs that spill from wall to floor to ceiling. Shiota’s beautiful and disquieting works express the intangible: memories, dreams, anxiety and silence. ‘Chiharu Shiota: The Soul Trembles’ is the largest solo exhibition of the artist’s work to date and centres on these seductive constructions, contextualising them with works on paper, sculpture and documentation of the artist’s performance and theatre practice.
Curated by Hetti Perkins, Arrernte and Kalkadoon peoples, this immersive exhibition’s theme is Ceremony. Ceremony remains a central creative practice for many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. At the heart of this exhibition, is how ceremony is celebrated in film, image, media, music, dance and performance.
The National Gallery of Victoria proudly presents their Winter Masterpieces exhibition The Picasso Century, which looks to chart the extraordinary life and career of Pablo Picasso. It simultaneously looks at the many artists, poets, intellectuals and patrons who inspired and motivated him including Guillaume Apollinaire, Georges Braque, Salvador Dalí, Alberto Giacometti, Françoise Gilot, Valentine Hugo, Marie Laurencin, Dora Maar, André Masson, Henri Matisse, Dorothea Tanning and Gertrude Stein.
The Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA) annual exhibition demonstrates the richness and diversity of current contemporary Indigenous artistic practice, and the pre-eminence of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices, nationwide, within the visual arts.
Awards Ceremony – Friday 5 August 2022
Australia’s most well known art prize returns for another year. This year saw the highest known number of entries from Aboriginal artists (20) and the highest number of Aboriginal finalists in the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes overall (27).
The 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art exhibition Free/State explores ideas of transcending states, from the spiritual and artistic to the psychological, and embraces notions of freedom in expression, creation and collaboration.
Curator: Sebastian Goldspink
Celebrating Aboriginal artists and artwork of Western Australia’s Pilbara region is the landmark exhibition Tracks We Share, a collaboration between Western Australian non-profit arts and cultural organisation FORM; the Art Gallery of Western Australia; Aboriginal art centres Cheeditha Art Group, Juluwarlu Art Group, Martumili Artists, Spinifex Hill Studio, and Yinjaa-Barni Art; and independent artists Katie West, Curtis Taylor, and Jill Churnside.
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