Contemporary Australia: Women

‘Contemporary Australia: Women’ — the second in the Gallery’s Contemporary Australia exhibition series — celebrates the diversity, energy and innovation of contemporary women artists working in this country today.

Art Exhibition previously on at Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) in Queensland, Australia.
From Saturday 21 April 2012 to Sunday 22 July 2012

Tunnel/Tent Work image Contemporary Australia: Women image Beastliness (still) image Together image What’s in a name? image What’s in a name? image Transmission image Within image Our organs are sacred image X chromosome image WINDOW-SHOPPING, FROST DRAWING FOR GOMA image Constellation series image Ngayuku ngura (My country) Puli murpu (Mountain range) image Cascade image Contemporary Australia: Women image coupling II image Incubator for cultivating realities image Sculpture Sequence image Bimarral Jila image to all my relations 1 image

Event published by GAGOMA on Tuesday 01 May 2012.
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This exhibition acknowledges the strong history of work by women artists and recognises the ways that their critical, provocative, unexpected and illuminating contributions have reshaped, and continue to shape, the landscape of contemporary art. It features more than 70 new and recent works, including painting, sculpture, photography, installation, textiles, video and performance by 33 artists and collectives, a total of 56 visual artists.

The exhibition also includes Embodied Acts, a program of performative works; the Children’s Art Centre installation art work ‘Fly Away Home’ by Fiona Hall; and a film program curated by renowned Australian producer and critic Margaret Pomeranz, AM.