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NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

Bringing together works that span more than twenty years of practice, No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout encompasses sculpture, video, photography, embroidery and text, and features major new installations. READ MORE

BUXTON BIG SCREEN

BUXTON BIG SCREEN

For the duration of Melbourne Art Week (30 July – 5 August), the Buxton Big Screen will be exhibiting The Fall by Angela Tiatia, a contemporary filmic interpretation of memories of the Fall of Singapore commissioned by the Australian War Memorial in 2017. The Fall is presented at Buxton Contemporary as part of TIME, a new site-specific video sector […] READ MORE

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THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

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The shape of things to come explores the roles and agencies of the artist in culture, society and politics as visionaries, storytellers, dissenters, foreseers and imaginers of different futures. READ MORE

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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

Bringing together works that span more than twenty years of practice, No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout encompasses sculpture, video, photography, embroidery and text, and features major new installations. READ MORE

BUXTON BIG SCREEN

BUXTON BIG SCREEN

For the duration of Melbourne Art Week (30 July – 5 August), the Buxton Big Screen will be exhibiting The Fall by Angela Tiatia, a contemporary filmic interpretation of memories of the Fall of Singapore commissioned by the Australian War Memorial in 2017. The Fall is presented at Buxton Contemporary as part of TIME, a new site-specific video sector […] READ MORE

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THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

The shape of things to come explores the roles and agencies of the artist in culture, society and politics as visionaries, storytellers, dissenters, foreseers and imaginers of different futures. READ MORE

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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

Bringing together works that span more than twenty years of practice, No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout encompasses sculpture, video, photography, embroidery and text, and features major new installations. READ MORE

BUXTON BIG SCREEN

BUXTON BIG SCREEN

For the duration of Melbourne Art Week (30 July – 5 August), the Buxton Big Screen will be exhibiting The Fall by Angela Tiatia, a contemporary filmic interpretation of memories of the Fall of Singapore commissioned by the Australian War Memorial in 2017. The Fall is presented at Buxton Contemporary as part of TIME, a new site-specific video sector […] READ MORE

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THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

The shape of things to come explores the roles and agencies of the artist in culture, society and politics as visionaries, storytellers, dissenters, foreseers and imaginers of different futures. READ MORE

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