Done for the first time by Terrill in three panels, Crowd Theory Adelaide is, if nothing else, a terrific, stunning capture of Adelaide in 2013, one that will stand the test of time. 4K
Category Archive: Visual Art
Bring out Eclecticism–presented by Alexandra Palombi, Tori Thwaites and Pip Cocciolone at The Colonist – until 1 March 2013
Nobody can deny that, at its core, the Adelaide Fringe is about eclecticism, celebrating diversity and encouraging a new way of looking at things. So this collection of artwork by talented young visual artists Pip Cocciolone, Tori Thwaites and Alexandra Palombi, currently exhibited at popular Norwood watering hole ‘The Colonist’, is quintessentially Fringe-ian. Taking ordinary …
Radiance – The Post Impressionists at the National Gallery of Victoria is an excellent review of this movement. By no means the largest exhibition ever staged (and that is no bad thing), but the nature of the Post Impressionist movement is that this exhibition more than nicely covers its players and stages until World War I brought it all to a close.