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Monash Gallery of Art

Earth Hour | Art & film

Join us at MGA on Thursday 2 April from 6:30pm for our free community Earth Hour event. Enjoy photographs from the Earth Matters exhibition, a children's lantern-making activity, tasty food and local music. You will also have the chance to watch the Earth Hour film Where Does My Food Come From?.

Thursday 02 April 2015 to Thursday 02 April 2015 Art exhibition in Victoria, Australia

Earth Hour | Art & film image

ACA Galleries

Herb Alpert and Richard Mayhew: Harmonic Rhythms February 19 – April 4, 2015

Sculptures and Paintings.

Primarily known for his music, Herb Alpert has gained a reputation as an accomplished visual artist. At 91 years, Richard Mayhew is acknowledged as one of America's premier landscape painters and colorists. Music and improvisation inform the work of both artists. The spirituality Alpert finds in form, Richard Mayhew expresses in color and landscape.

Thursday 19 February 2015 to Saturday 04 April 2015
Opening: Thursday 19 February 2015
Art exhibition in New York, United States

Lamington Drive

'Wounded'

Jesse Marlow

Lamington Drive is pleased to present Wounded by renowned Melbourne-based photographer Jesse Marlow. 'Wounded' was created over a two-year period, during which Marlow candidly captured the walking wounded as they went about their daily lives, awkwardly traversing and maneuvering city streets in plaster casts and gauze.

Wednesday 11 March 2015 to Saturday 04 April 2015
Opening: Wednesday 11 March 2015
Art exhibition in Victoria, Australia

Jesse Marlow, Wounded #26 image

red gallery

Maintain the Rage…art and politics

GALLERY 1, 2 & 3

FEATURING: Amaryll Perlesz, Anne Galbraith, Barbara Bolt, Elizabeth Faul, Ivana Maric, Martin James, Melanie Lazarow, Michael Rigg, Sam Davis, Thalia Robertson and Uri Auerbach

Wednesday 18 March 2015 to Saturday 04 April 2015
Opening: Wednesday 18 March 2015
Art exhibition in Victoria, Australia

Sam Davis, Doomsday Device, 2014, pen on paper image

The Museum of Modern Art - MoMA

Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground

Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901–1985), whose work was marked by a rebellious attitude toward prevailing notions of high culture, beauty, and good taste, is a significant figure in MoMA’s collection, with holdings numbering over 1,200 works.

Saturday 18 October 2014 to Sunday 05 April 2015 Art exhibition in New York, United States

Bird Perched on the Corner of the Wall image

The Museum of Modern Art - MoMA

The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World

The Forever Now presents the work of 17 artists whose paintings reflect a singular approach that characterizes our cultural moment at the beginning of this new millennium: they refuse to allow us to define, or even meter our time by them.

Sunday 14 December 2014 to Sunday 05 April 2015 Art exhibition in New York, United States

Blocked Radiant D 2011 image

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Painting Music in the Age of Caravaggio

This exhibition poses the question, What did people "hear" when they looked at paintings of musical performances by Caravaggio and his contemporaries? There is no doubt that these pictures had an intentionally aural, as well as visual, component: silent music is their theme.

Tuesday 20 January 2015 to Sunday 05 April 2015 Art exhibition in New York, United States

Painting Music in the Age of Caravaggio image

Ian Potter Museum of Art

Activate, animate, complicate, grow: what new acquisitions can do to and for the collection

The Ian Potter Museum of Art houses and manages the University of Melbourne Art Collection. Comprising over 16,000 objects this collection documents Australian artistic practice since the early nineteenth century and also includes holdings of European art, Australian and International Indigenous art and classics and archaeology objects.

Tuesday 27 January 2015 to Sunday 05 April 2015 Art exhibition in Victoria, Australia

Untitled #13 from the Mob Rule (Family Series) image

Tate Modern

Richard Tuttle: I Don

Tate Modern

Tuesday 14 October 2014 to Monday 06 April 2015 Art exhibition in City of London, United Kingdom

Richard Tuttle: I Don image

NGV International

Takahiro Iwasaki: The reflection model

Takahiro Iwasaki is recognized as one of Japan’s new generation of emerging young artists, who creates intricately detailed models that reinterpret contemporary cityscapes and iconic historic buildings. Commissioned for the National Gallery of Victoria, the third and largest work in the Reflection Model series takes as its subject the Shinto shrine of Itsukushima.

Friday 05 December 2014 to Monday 06 April 2015 Art exhibition in Victoria, Australia

Takahiro Iwasaki: The reflection model  image

The Photographers' Gallery

Human Rights Human Wrongs

Wolfson Galleries & Barbara Lloyd & (2nd & 4th floors)

HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS examines images of political struggle, suffering and victims of violence while considering questions of race, representation, ethical responsibility and the cultural position of the photographer.

Friday 30 January 2015 to Monday 06 April 2015 Art exhibition in City of London, United Kingdom

Human Rights Human Wrongs image

The Photographers' Gallery

Charlotte Dumas: Anima and the Widest Prairies

John Lyon Gallery (5th floor)

With an enduring interest in the relationship between animals and man, this show will feature Charlotte Dumas. This meditative work captures the animals in their stables drifting in and out of sleep.

Friday 06 February 2015 to Monday 06 April 2015 Art exhibition in United Kingdom

Charlotte Dumas: Anima and the Widest Prairies  image