10 YEARS OF COLLECTING ART FOR THE ANU

Dates & times

Fri 21 April — Sun 28 May 2017

Location

Drill Hall Gallery

 

Simon Gende, Bill Gates leader of the world 2014, acrylic on cotton duck, 100 x 111 cm. The Australian National University Art Collection.

Over the last decade, the University Art Collection has been substantially enriched with gifts, bequests and purchases.

Recent benefactions include a spectacular array of large-scale contemporary paintings and sculptures given by James and Jacqui Erskine; a phenomenally valuable painting by the Chinese artist Zhang Peili Flying Machine (1994) donated by Lois Conor; a gift of personally significant and inspirational works coming from the household of Rosalie and Ben Gascoigne, donated by their children; a collection of bark paintings given by the eminent scholar Jon Altman, plus gifts given directly by artists such as Brian Blanchflower, Aida Tomescu, John Nixon, Allan Mitelman, Salvatore Zofrea, Philip Spelman and others.

The Collection also traces the history of the ANU School of Art and Design, now celebrating its fortieth year, with a selection of works by outstanding graduating students.

Extended labels and information are available for the following artists

TONY TUCKSON

NANCY McDINNY

JACKY GREEN

SIMON GENDE

 

Updated:  1 May 2017/ Responsible Officer:  DHG Director/ Page Contact:  Drill Hall Gallery