UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

PETER TYNDALL

PETER TYNDALL

9 December 2022 – 16 April 2023

This is the first major retrospective exhibition of one of Australia’s most influential artists, Peter Tyndall.

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

The Poison Garden, Adele Wilkes, 2021

The Poison Garden, Adele Wilkes, 2021

An excerpt of Adele Wilkes 2021 video work 'The Poison Garden' is currently screening on the Buxton Big Screen.

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Angela Tiatia, Holding On, 2015

Angela Tiatia, Holding On, 2015

Part of PHOTO 2022 International Festival of Photography, Holding On is on display on Buxton Big screen until 22 May 2022.

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STILL LIFE

STILL LIFE

11 artists celebrate the complexities of nature, emphasising interdependence and shifting states of being.

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SUSAN JACOBS: THE ANTS ARE IN THE IDIOM

SUSAN JACOBS: THE ANTS ARE IN THE IDIOM

Susan Jacobs presents a rhizomatic sculptural network, in this meditation on the relationship between language and matter.

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OBSERVANCE

OBSERVANCE

Experience the work of six First Nations female artists with strong culturally led practices.

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REBECCA BELMORE

REBECCA BELMORE

The first solo Australian exhibition of internationally acclaimed artist Rebecca Belmore, presented in partnership with Griffith University Art Museum.

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THIS IS A POEM

THIS IS A POEM

A multi-disciplinary project encompassing new commissions in a diverse mix of media and forms, live performances, a publication and an exhibition.

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This brittle light: Light Source commissions 2020-2021

This brittle light: Light Source commissions 2020-2021

Six commissions, with projects spanning perform-at-home mail art, AI-powered digital media, video and installation

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THE OTOLITH GROUP: XENOGENESIS

THE OTOLITH GROUP: XENOGENESIS

What confrontations, complexities, critiques and conundra emerge when art adopts the perspective of the alien?

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BETWEEN APPEARANCES: THE ART OF LOUISE WEAVER

BETWEEN APPEARANCES: THE ART OF LOUISE WEAVER

Between appearances: the art of Louise Weaver explored the multidisciplinary practice of one of Australia’s most significant contemporary artists.

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BAUHAUS NOW!

BAUHAUS NOW!

Bauhaus Now! explores its legacy in Australia—both for contemporary artists and for art education—highlighting its visionary, collectivist ideals and its radical practices.

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A NEW ORDER

A NEW ORDER

There are innumerable ways to join the dots and build connections between the works in A New Order, all of which have been selected from the Michael Buxton Collection

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