Sydney 1 October 2009 Photos & Story: MiSociety
Art Transcends War and Peace
A good crowd of invited guests were intrigued on arrival by the blue monster sized structures now adorning the front of the Art Gallery of NSW as they eagerly grasped their tickets for their turn to the advance preview of theinstallations.
Brian Adams, flew in from his now home in Paris for the exhibition and a reunion with John Kaldor and Diana Fisher.
The Art Gallery of NSW is celebrating 40 years of groundbreaking contemporary art from the Kaldor Public Art Projects, in an exhibition containing archival material, photographs and unique television footage.
In conjuction with this exhibition art Patron John Kaldor has invited Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi to transform the Gallery’s two grand equestrian sculptures by Gilbert Bayes, ‘The offerings of peace’ and ‘The offerings of war, by enclosing them in a domestic living spaces. Visitors to the exhibition will be invited to walk inside these unique and surreal creations of Nishi’s ‘War and peace and in between’.
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