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- The Indian empire: multiple realities until 3 January 2011
- Nolan, Boyd, Fairweather, Rees: Some recent acquisitions until 9 January 2011
- Homage to Rengetsu: Kevin Lincoln and Asian ceramics until 14 February 2011
- art + soul until 13 June 2011
The Indian empire: multiple realities
This ambitious exhibition presents aspects of the Indian empire when patrons were as diverse as Indian maharajas, East India Company employees, and the military and administrative personnel of the British Raj.
Nolan, Boyd, Fairweather, Rees: Some recent acquisitions
This Focus Room exhibition presents four recently acquired masterpieces by four artists who, in their own ways, have defined certain boundaries and aspirations of modern Australian painting: Sidney Nolan (1917–92) First-class marksman 1946; Arthur Boyd (1920–99) Bride carrying a ram 1962; Ian Fairweather (1899–1974) Last supper 1958; and Lloyd Rees (1895–1988) The Summit, Mt Wellington II 1973.
Homage to Rengetsu: Kevin Lincoln and Asian ceramics
Introducing paintings, drawings and prints of Asian ceramic objects by Melbourne-based artist, Kevin Lincoln.
art + soul
Exploring the diversity of Indigenous culture through three themes: ‘home and away’, ‘dreams and nightmares’ and ‘bitter and sweet’. Drawing on key works from the Gallery’s collection, it reveals the myriad contemporary artistic expressions that evidence the enduring heritage of Indigenous Australia, in all its diversity and complexity.
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