Corporeal

 

Corporeal is an exhibition of prints exploring the theme of the body by 23 Australian artists including Graeme Drendel, Di Ellis, Philip Faulks, Rodney Forbes, Sue Fraser, David Frazer, Rona Green, Rew Hanks, Kaylene Kelly, Michael Kempson, Alexi Keywan, Martin King, Deborah Klein, Terry Matassoni, Ron McBurnie, Janet Parker-Smith, Travis Paterson, Ben Rak, Heather Shimmen, Stephen Spurrier, Anne Starling, Clayton Tremlett and Scott Trevelyan – curated by Rona Green.

 

Geelong Gallery

Geelong Gallery, Australia

 

The exhibition is on show now until the 12 May 2013 at Geelong Gallery, Little Malop Street, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.

 

Corporeal exhibition at Geelong Gallery

Corporeal exhibition opening at Geelong Gallery

 

If you would like to check out the Corporeal exhibition catalogue illustrating all the artists prints click here.

 

Corporeal exhibition at Geelong Gallery

View of Corporeal at Geelong Gallery

 

I’ll be presenting a free floor talk about the Corporeal exhibition at Geelong Gallery, 3pm Saturday 23 March 2013 – all are welcome to come along!

 

Rona Green, Nekromancer, linocut & hand colouring, 50 x 60 cm, edition 23

Rona Green, Nekromancer, linocut, ink and watercolour, 50 x 60 cm, edition 23

 


2 Comments on “Corporeal”

  1. pglennbland says:

    Rather an attractive line up of which you’re a part. Almost drooled. Then I read it was Geelong Gallery. Lucky Geelong. Would be a wonderful travelling show, that COULD include the magnificient … Lismore Regional Gallery … and if not the Magnificient Tweed River Gallery where I am sure many appreciative art appreciators would attend. Kind regards, Paula.


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