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Art exhibition unearths treasures from UOW Archives

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Source: University of Wollongong Australia

Local artists Dr Jen Saunders and Myangah Pirate bring to life complex histories from the South Coast

A new art exhibition that draws on the University of Wollongong’s (UOW) extensive archival collection will explore the complex, interconnected local histories and narratives of Yuin Country on the South Coast.

Artworks by Dr Jen Saunders, from UOW’s School of The Arts, English and Media, and Myangah Pirate, Yuin artist and knowledge-holder from Budawang mob, feature in ‘Stories From Right Here’, which launched this week (Monday 19 February) in the foyer of Building 25 at UOW’s Wollongong campus.

Read more: https://www.uow.edu.au/media/2024/art-exhibition-unearths-treasures-from-uow-archives.php

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‘Groundbreaking’ UK exhibition spotlights work of disabled, D/deaf and neurodivergent artists

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Source: The Art NewsPaper

A new exhibition opening today at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) brings together contemporary works by 15 disabled, neurodiverse and D/deaf artists, in what curators describe as the first survey of its kind at a significant public gallery.

Addressing issues of representation and care, Towards New Worlds features work spanning the “visual arts”, while bringing into question the very definitition of the term. Sounds, smells and textures are carefully integrated throughout a distinctly calming space, pushing the boundaries of the traditional gallery experience

Read More: https://www.theartnewspaper.com/2024/07/19/groundbreaking-uk-exhibition-spotlights-work-of-disabled-ddeaf-and-neurodivergent-artists

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Clasutta, Zita Nuella, Tusita Mangalani hold ‘Ad Maiora’ art exhibition

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Source: The Jakarta Post

E merging artists Clasutta, Zita Nuella and Tusita Mangalani have banded together to hold the art exhibition Ad Maiora, touching on introspective themes of the self. Running from July 13 to Aug. 1 at D Gallerie, South Jakarta, Ad Maiora is the trio’s first ever exhibition, taking its name from the Latin phrase “ad maiora natus sum” (we are born to aim for greater things).

“As newcomers, we are aware that our big aspirations in the arts must be accompanied by persistence. In the past year, we have learnt to overcome our differences and nurture our professional skills from small habits that we’ve worked and improved consistently,” Clasutta said.

Read more: https://www.thejakartapost.com/adv/2024/07/18/clasutta-zita-nuella-tusita-mangalani-hold-ad-maiora-art-exhibition.html

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National museum hosts Goodbye Art exhibition

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Blurring the lines between selling art and the art itself is the aim of a new exhibition at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts.

Twenty artworks by Vietnamese contemporary artist He Quach Bac are on show at Goodbye Art which highlights an installation named (Goodbye my art)ⁿ taking a mathematically-inspired approach to the artist’s works.

Quach Bac continues to propose a ceaseless transactional process of buying and selling art, with all the certificates and artworks being endlessly integrated and intertwined to infinity.

Read more: https://en.vietnamplus.vn/national-museum-hosts-goodbye-art-exhibition-post290330.vnp

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