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
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Master of Stillness is an extraordinary opportunity to experience the complete scope of works from this master artist, from the early years to his most iconic works on loan from all over Australia as well as overseas, assembled by curator Barry Pearce, Emeritus Curator at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
In Revealed – inside the private collections of South Australia, Samstag director, Erica Green, has formulated an admirable idea as it provides a window for the more casual or less well financially endowed art lover of Adelaide to see what is turning local patrons on and hanging on their walls. 3.5K
A common reflection on Bill Henson’s work is that it attempts to capture moments in transition of the subject matters depicted such as between, childhood and adulthood or night and day. The recent excellent In Conversation with Bill Henson, moderated by Paul Grabowsky, before a packed house at the Samstag Auditorium at UniSA, perhaps gives …
Any interested in photography or particularly Henson’s work should be sure to visit. The gamut of images displayed ensure a greater appreciation of Henson’s work will be obtained relative to the often contrasted up images that make it into photo books and the media focus on his under dressed teenagers.
This is interesting art that poses questions about how we react when confronted with the grief of others, whether known to us or not, as well as how we can share in the reactions of others. Combined with the Mirror Mirror exhibition, Observance promises that a walk to the West End will again reward you for the effort. To July 14th