A career survey of work by Pat Brassington, one of Australia’s foremost photo-based artists, is on show at UQ Art Museum from 28 November 2015 to 10 April 2016.
“I was burning angry… Then the dust storm came. The outside was dusty-grey yellow. It was hard to breathe… It was rather quiet and beautiful. The whole air was sepia and nostalgic.” Japanese-born performance and installation artist Hiromi Tango re-lives the day she created Insanity magnet (2006–2013) – see it in the Art Museum during October, or read more about the work.
With a career spanning forty years, Bill Henson is one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists and best-known photographers. Born in Melbourne in 1955, he had his first solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria in 1975 when he was only 19. Since then, he has held over 80 solo exhibitions within Australia and overseas.