Exhibition Videos


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Sat 08 Dec -

Sat 09 Feb

All Galleries

For Guy Warren personal experience and memory are vitally important, intertwining with subject matter across his works. Certain events and places had such strong impact that they appear constantly throughout the paintings, prints and drawings Warren has produced over the past six decades.
A canoeing trip down the Shoalhaven River Warren undertook in 1939, at the age of sixteen, and a block of land at the head of the Jamberoo valley on which Warren built a shed have both been integral to his practice. Images of the river, canoe and the ‘hut on the hill,’ all imbued with memories and fantasies, are a strong presence throughout his works and the complex overlapping of form found within the rainforest has impacted depth and patterning across his entire oeuvre.

Image: Guy Warren, River Series, 2007

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Sat 07 Apr -

Sat 02 Jun

Main and Foyer Galleries

Promiscuous Provenance will interrogate the strangeness of the early colonial artists' first encounters with the Australian landscape. Using a range of different media, artist Anna Glynn will populate her own antipodean world with strange hybrid manifestations to invoke curiosity and wonder.



Image: Anna Glynn, 'Colonial Hybrid Reimagined from Joseph Lycett - View of the Female Orphan School near Parramatta'