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2010 EXHIBITION PROGRAM


Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow & Blue?

18 February - 30 May 2010

Monash University Museum of Art, Clayton

Curator: David H ThomasArtists: David Aspden, Geoffrey Bartlett, Peter Booth, Angela Brennan, Mike Brown, Ian Burn, Peter Clarke, Juan Davila, Lesley Dumbrell, Dale Frank, Elizabeth Gower, Robert Jacks, Michael Johnson, Tim Johnson, Rose Nolan, Scott Redford, Peter Tyndall, Trevor Vickers

Can colour still be radical in its own right? This exhibition features works from the Monash University Collection that are at turns audacious, sensual or systematic in their use of colour, paint and form. For more information...


Australia Club: Works from the Monash University Collection

1 April–30 May 2010

Curator: Max Delany

Artists: Charles Blackman, Mutlu Çerkez, Kevin Connor, Brent Harris, Siri Hayes, Robert Hunter, Leah King-Smith, Robert Klippel, Richard Larter, Fiona MacDonald, Gabriella Mangano and Silvana Mangano, Tracey Moffatt, James Morrison, Callum Morton, John Perceval, Robert Rooney, Gareth Sansom, Louise Weaver.

The Monash University Collection represents a leading overview of Australian art since the 1960s. Notable for its commitment to a wide variety of media and artistic practices as they develop, the Collection is nationally recognised for its currency and depth, innovation and diversity. For more information...


Hiroharu Mori, Speech Rehearsals: Students, Housewives, Politicians

24 May–25 June

Faculty Gallery, Faculty of Art and Design, Caulfield

Curator: Kyla McFarlane


Change

26 October – 18 December 2010

Monash University Museum of Art, Caulfield

Monash University Museum of Art is delighted to unveil new museum premises, designed by Kerstin Thompson Architects. Situated at the heart of the University’s Art and Design precinct, MUMA’s new facilities provide increased gallery space and capacity for the Museum to present an expanded program of exhibitions, commissions, projects, education and public programs, alongside changing exhibitions from the Monash University Collection.The inaugural exhibition Change explores the breadth and depth of the Monash University Collection, reflecting on the changing forms and developments in contemporary art practice from the 1960s to the present, from late-modernism to our contemporary situation. Inspired by – and drawing its title from – a neon work by the late Blair Trethowan, the exhibition signals the potential for change and transformation that MUMA’s new situation presents. For more information...


OFFSITE AND TOURING:

Mira Gojak

14 April - 13 May 2010

Artist's residency at Switchback Gallery Monash University, Gippsland Campus

The exhibition is presented by Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), Melbourne’s premier contemporary art space. Said MUMA curator Kirrily Hammond, “The dynamic spiralling forms of Mira Gojak’s sculptures and drawings are poetic evocations of the creative process. In this Gippsland exhibition MUMA presents three distinct bodies of work by the artist, drawn from the Monash University Collection.” For more information...


Arlene TextaQueen: Naked Landscapes of Gippsland and Beyond

13 October - 11 November 2010

Artist's residency at Monash University, Gippsland Campus

Arlene TextaQueen sees the world vividly. In her work, the world we know and the world of the artist’s friends and community is condensed, distilled and made more. More colour, more detail, more life, more flesh, more character. TextaQueen is known for portraits of friends located in their own intimate environment, such as their bedroom, kitchen or lounge. In this exhibition  Naked landscapes of Gippsland and beyond, she situates them in locations around Victoria and Alice Springs. Two of the works in the exhibition were created whilst on a MUMA residency at the Gippsland Centre for Art & Design, including  The artist, Gippsland 2010, a selfportrait of TextaQueen naked in the landscape, being drawn by and drawing her friend Matthew. TextaQueen shares and distills something very human in her work, giving us much of herself as well as paying tribute to her world, her community and friends. For more information...

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