Peter Tyndall: Artist Walkthrough

Saturday 25 March, 3pm

Join Senior Curator Art Museums, Samantha Comte and artist Peter Tyndall for a walkthrough of our current exhibition, Peter Tyndall

This is the first major retrospective exhibition of one of Australia’s most influential artists, Peter Tyndall. Tyndall interrogates how art, language, presence and absence operate in relation to one another in comprehending the world around us.

Buxton Contemporary will be open from 11am with the walkthrough commencing at 3pm.

About the speakers
Peter Tyndall
Peter Tyndall

Peter Tyndall was born in Melbourne and lives and works in Hepburn Springs. For over 50 years, Tyndall interrogates how art, language, presence and absence operates in relation to one another in comprehending the world around us.

Exhi­bi­tions include

  • Ser­i­al and Con­cep­tu­al Pho­tog­ra­phy, Spare Room 33, Can­ber­ra (2017);
  • Geniale Dil­letan­ten (Bril­liant Dil­letantes): Sub­cul­ture in Ger­many in the 1980s + Aus­tralian inge­nious ama­teurs, RMIT Gallery, Mel­bourne (2015);
  • Pop to Pop­ism, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Syd­ney (2014); Mel­bourne Now, Nation­al Gallery of Vic­to­ria, Mel­bourne (2013);
  • Rein­vent­ing the Wheel: the Ready­made Cen­tu­ry, Monash Uni­ver­si­ty Muse­um of Art (2013);
  • Mix Tape 1980s Appro­pri­a­tion, Sub­cul­ture, Crit­i­cal Style, Nation­al Gallery of Vic­to­ria, Mel­bourne (2013);
  • detail, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Syd­ney (2012); Let the Heal­ing Begin, Insti­tute of Mod­ern Art, Bris­bane (2011);
  • Unscript­ed: Lan­guage in Con­tem­po­rary Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Syd­ney (2005);
  • The Song of the Earth, Muse­um Frid­eri­cianum, Kas­sel, Ger­many (2000);
  • Peter Tyn­dall, Bendi­go Art Gallery, Bendi­go (1997);
  • Post­cards: Peter Tyn­dall Con­tem­po­rary Art Archive 5, Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Syd­ney (1994). 

Event Details

Saturday 25 March, 3pm–4pm

Free event, RSVP essential

Access

Buxton Contemporary is fully wheelchair accessible.

 

Buxton Contemporary acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the unceded land on which we work, learn and create, the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung and Bunurong peoples, and the wider Kulin Nations. We acknowledge their continuing care for Country and recognise that Australia’s First Peoples art and cultural practices have thrived here for millenia.