Between You and Me

Presented by QUT Art Museum

Between You and Me explores the idea of abstraction – showing works that express qualities of spontaneity, loss of control and ambiguity in order to create a personal connection between work and viewer.

Art Exhibition previously on in Brisbane precinct, Queensland, Australia.
From Saturday 13 December 2008 to Sunday 10 February 2008

Published by anonymous on Wednesday 20 February 2008.
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The exhibition aims to break down the barrier between viewer and abstract work, confronting a perceived aggression the public has towards abstraction. By challenging people to have an open mind about abstract work they can start to engage, understand, and appreciate the work for what it is. Drawn from the QUT Art Collection, the exhibition includes works by Andrew Arnaoutopoulous, Eugene Carchesio, Rainer Gross, Bruno Leti, Robert MacPherson, John Nixon, Ann Thomson and Fred Williams.

Curated by Samantha Smith, QUT Art Museum Intern


2 George Street, Brisbane Qld 4001
QUT Gardens Point Campus, next to City Botanic Gardens