Linda Marrinon, ‘On Vulnerability and Doubt’ at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 29 June – 1 September 2019
A selection of works by Buxton Contemporary Collection artist Linda Marrinon is included in exhibition called On Vulnerability and Doubt held at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Curated by ACCA’s Artistic Director Max Delany, the exhibition brings together artists whose works variously engage with questions of vulnerability and doubt, intimacy and desire, shame, love and awkwardness, through mediums including painting, printmaking, sculpture, performative photography and video and features Australian and international artists Andrea Büttner, Cherine Fahd, Brent Harris, Tala Madani, Linda Marrinon, Archie Moore, Charlie Sofo and Ambera Wellmann.
On Vulnerability and Doubt continues till September 1 2019; for further information visit ACCA’s website.
Image: Linda Marrinon, The four cruelties 1982, installation view, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne 2019. Photograph: Andrew Curtis.
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