Convergent Worlds: Drill Hall Gallery 20th Anniversary Exhibition

Dates & times

Thu 27 September — Sun 4 November 2012

Image: Guan Wei
Secret Histories No.9
2005, acrylic on canvas, 159 x 127cm

 

For twenty years the ANU Drill Hall Gallery has been presenting a range of stimulating exhibitions to the Canberra public. A feature of the program has been the Gallery’s survey exhibitions of significant practicing artists. As important as these opportunities were to the artists, they also gave the viewing public a chance to see work at crucial points in the artists’ careers. Long term relationships between artists and the institutions that exhibit them are essential to a vibrant art community and the ANU Drill Hall Gallery is proud of its contribution to the visual arts.

To celebrate the milestone of two decades of lively gallery activity, the Drill Hall Gallery brings together the work of Juan Davila, Fiona Foley, Petr Herel and Guan Wei in the exhibition Convergent Worlds. The participants have each had a longstanding relationship with the Drill Hall Gallery and have each made key contributions to art practice in Australia and abroad.

Curated by Nancy Sever

 

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