As Modern as Tomorrow State Library of Victoria Mid-20th-century…
Melbourne Art Fair 2 – 5 August 2018
The work of these artists investigates, critiques and remakes abstraction to inclusively engage and embrace cultural diversity. The work of all four is underpinned by a belief in the power of abstract form to speak to the world of ideas across cultures and world views. These artists are interested in challenging traditional precepts of purity, truth to medium and cultural hierarchies.’
Fermata #25. 2018. Tin type. 490 x 360 mm. Danica Chappell.
Image courtesy of the Artist and Bartley + Company Art.
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