‘Visions of India: from the colonial to the contemporary’ is a major survey exhibition of photographic works, exploring India’s relationship with photography from the 1860s to now, at Monash Gallery of Art until 20 March.
Arts & Culture
Climarte is a new art gallery in Melbourne that presents as the world’s first Climate Emergency focussed art gallery.
‘A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing’ offers another perspective to what it could be like as a young single Asian woman in Australia who defies expectation and carves her own path.
‘The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT10)’ at Queensland Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art’s (QAGOMA) continues three decades of creative collaboration with artists across the Asia Pacific region. On view until 25 April 2022.
‘Mandy Martin From Queanbeyan to New York: 1978-1984 / Art & Life’, curated by Virginia Rigby at Canberra Museum and Gallery brings focus to artist Mandy Martin’s (1952-2021) creative output between 1978 and 1984.
Clare Bowditch is an excellent storyteller, so it’s a surprise to learn the fight she faced to tell her story, here and in song.
Who are the household names in Australian art? You probably know Brett Whiteley from John Olsen, but what about women artists such as Pat Larter, Simryn Gill or Agatha Gothe-Snape?
‘Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 to Now, Part Two’ presents a collection of works by more than 250 female artists in Australia. This is the largest exhibition of its kind in Australia to date. Until 26 January 2022.
Amanda Lohrey’s 2021 Miles Franklin Literary Award winning novel invites us to meander alongside Erica Marsden as she unravels the past and is pulled towards an unknown future. ‘The Labyrinth’ is beautifully written. Our author is exacting as she paves the way for readers on this brooding spiral.
Tarnanthi is the foremost platform for learning the rich stories embedded in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, says AGSA Director Rhana Devenport.