Simon Denny, Mine, MONA 8 June – 13 April

June 8, 2019

Mona plays mineshaft in this new exhibition by New Zealand (Buxton Contemporary Collection) artist Simon Denny, revolving around mining as a reflection of hope and anxiety about the environment, technology, and development.

The exhibition is curated by Jarrod Rawlins and Emma Pike and includes contributions by Buxton Contemporary Collection artists: Justene Williams, Patricia Piccinini, Linda Marrinon and Ronnie van Hout.

8 June -13 April 2020
Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart

For more information visit MONA’s website.

Image: Simon Denny, Mine, 2019, installation view at Mona. Photo credit: Jesse Hunniford, Mona. Image courtesy Mona, Hobart.



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