REVIEW – No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout

October 1, 2018

Reviewing No one is watching you: Ronnie Van Hout for The Saturday Paper, Lisa Radford writes:

“In a time preoccupied with self and the individual, these works and their arrangement speak not only of masculinity and being an artist but also of the fragility and farce of identity, of it being a collectively shared conscience.”

Read the full exhibition review here.

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