REVIEW – National Anthem

In a review of National Anthem in Art Almanac, John Buckley writes:

“Loaded in ways the show’s title might not immediately suggest, ‘National Anthem’ is the cri de couer the Australian art world — and the nation at large — so desperately needs. The works on display yank at your collar and shake you to the core; they demand better of you, of me, and our institutions.”

Read the full exhibition review here. 

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Image: Installation view, National Anthem, 2019. Image courtesy Buxton Contemporary.

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