Tag Archive: AGSA

Apr 13

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL – The Black Rose by Trent Parke – AGSA – 4.5K

Trent_Parke

While his black and white prints are the most successful, experimentation and a mind unconstrained by precedent all help make The Black Rose the most significant photographic exhibition this town has seen in many a year and the highlight of this year’s Festival’s visual arts component. 4.5K

Mar 23

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL – Bill Viola – AGSA etc – 4K

The Messenger turns heads

Spread across three venues (and still on at the AGSA), this review of Viola’s works for the Adelaide Festival encompasses seven installations, all of which with sufficient patient viewing will entrance and enthral. 4K

Aug 25

SALA – Heartland – AGSA – 3.5K

The Heartland initiative would seem one that could emulate the Samstag’s commitment to the state’s local collectors; that is by being a regularly appearing exhibition. Replacing or alternating with the Biennial of Australian Art at Festival time is one suggestion. 3.5K

Jun 13

South Australia Illustrated – Colonial Painting in the Land of Promise – AGSA – Til 5 August

For lovers of this style of art, especially those with a deep passion for the history of this State, South Australia Illustrated is a couple of hundred square metres of paradise.

Jul 26

RAW: Saatchi Gallery in Adelaide – BRITFILM Program 6 Aug – 1 Oct

The BigPond Adelaide Film Festival and the Art Gallery of South Australia are delighted to present BRITFILM, the best of British filmmaking from the last decade, with free screenings at Art Gallery of South Australia every Saturday from August until October. Opening night tix giveaway competition details in posting.

Mar 24

RAW: Tracey Moffatt – Narratives – AGSA

The dynamic link between the image and the story was at the heart of the recent exhibition of leading Australian contemporary artist, Tracey Moffatt: Narratives, at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

Jan 31

RAW: Robert Dowling – AGSA – Til 13 Feb – 3K

A nice companion exhibition to Desert Country, Robert Dowling – Tasmanian Son of Empire is worth spending the extra time to enjoy in the Art Gallery’s basement, especially on those days where the one entry fee qualifies you for both shows.