Thru 23 June 2012
This exhibition showcases the work of leading contemporary Aboriginal artist Christian Thompson, who is also one of the first two Aboriginal students to study at the University of Oxford in its history, studying for a DPhil in Fine Art. Curator of Photographs at the Pitt Rivers, Christopher Morton, invited the artist to make and exhibit a new body of work inspired by the Museum’s extensive historical collection of photographs from Australia, as part of an international research project.blog comments powered by Disqus
51 Victoria St, Melbourne VIC 3065, Australia. http://www.gabriellepizzi.com.au/
Tuesday - Friday 10:30am - 6:00pm, Saturday 11:30am - 6:00pm
Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi has been exhibiting contemporary Australian Aboriginal art since 1983. The Gallery represents the work of artists from communities including Balgo Hills, Amata, Papunya Tula, Maningrida and Turkey Creek, as well as work by the most innovative city-based painters, photographers, video artists and installation artists such as Julie Gough, Leah King-Smith and Christian Thompson. The Gallery is also renowned for promoting the careers of lesser-known artists.