MYTH — Cautionary tales from the past and present — 13 ARTISTS on show from 5–22 August

5 August 2020

Jason Benjamin, Arthur Boyd, Adam Cullen, Jonathan Dalton, Blak Douglas, James Drinkwater, Nyurapyia Nampitjinpa, Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri, Sidney Nolan, John Olsen, Gria Shead, Dee Smart, George Hairbrush Tjungurrayi

Myth is a dialogue between the stories that make us. The powerful narratives collapse distinctions between time and space in a complex interrogation of cultural heritage.

The positioning of the exhibited artworks invites an investigation into the controversial and conflicting perspectives that shape our collective history.

Join us for a tour of Myth with Ralph Hobbs. We will be running two  sessions over the next two Saturdays for a maximum of 15 people per group—running for approximately 45 minutes.

Saturday 8th August, 11.30am        Saturday 8th August, 2.00pm
Saturday 15th August 11.30am       Saturday 15th August 2.00pm
Please CONTACT US with your preferred day and time and we will contact you to confirm your place. If you live outside Sydney, we invite you to join us for the 11.30am tour this Saturday, 8th August via Instagram Live.

**To watch Instagram Live — Follow us @nandahobbs. You will see our profile picture at the top of your Feed with a colourful ring around it and the word Live. Tap or click to watch. You can watch live videos on the Instagram app or on Instagram.com.

 

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Blak Douglas

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Media

Tom Adair covers Good Weekend's "52 Weekends Away" — SMH and The Age

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Weekender by Melbourne artist Tom Adair was featured on the cover of the Good Weekend's 52 Weekends Away issue in the SMH and The Age, 14–15 November.

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News

Caroline Zilinsky wins a second major 2020 art prize—the Evelyn Chapman Art Award

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