After 65, Legacy of Op

April 25, 2015 @ 11:00 AM

Latrobe Regional Gallery

In 1965 the Museum of Modern Art in New York City staged the highly influential exhibition The Responsive Eye. The exhibition focused on the dazzling and often mesmerising optical effect of colour and geometric line.

To acknowledge the 50th anniversary of this important exhibition, After 65 includes works by a range of Australian artists who continue the legacy of Op.

Jindivick Sculpture Show 2015

May 09, 2015 @ 2:30 PM

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Jindivick, Narkoojee Winery

An annual sculpture show in the delightful town of Jindivick, West Gippsland Victoria. Pieces on display throughout the town then 10 pieces will be selected to ‘travel’ to Narkoojee Winery at Glengarry where they will be on display amongst the grounds.

Narkoojee are also holding a concert with the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra while the sculptures are on display. The Jindivick opening will be on Saturday 9th May at 2.30pm, with announcements and prizes awarded by the judges, Penny Teale of MacClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, and Mark Cowie, of the Association of Sculptors of Victoria.

May 9-24th in Jindivick & May 30 – Sep 27 at Narkoojee Winery

The Distillation Of Light

May 25, 2015 @ 10:00 AM

Latrobe Regional Gallery


Exhibition Celebration: Saturday 6 June, 1.00 – 3.00pm

The geometric abstract paintings of Robert Hunter and Suzanne Moss demonstrate a fascination with where colour begins and where it ends, how it resonates and its impact on perception and experience. Each painting is part of a bigger investigation into ideas of continuity, infinity and the endless possibilities of shape and tone.

The Distillation of Light: Robert Hunter and Suzanne Moss presents the work of these two artists together for the first time.

Radicals, Slayers & Villains

June 06, 2015 @ 11:00 AM

Latrobe Regional Gallery

Prints from The Baillieu Library, University Of Melbourne

Exhibition Celebration: Saturday 6 June, 1.00 – 3.00pm

Radicals, Slayers and Villains is an exhibition drawn from the Baillieu Library’s impressive collection of over 8,000 prints, and date from the late 15th century to the 20th century. The exhibition curator, Kerrianne Stone, has brought together 66 prints that in some way respond to the central theme concerning the dark side of humanity and the characters, both mythological and historical, that have played a controversial role in their society.

The works on display reflect the Baillieu Library print collection’s particular strength in European old masters, including renowned works by Rembrandt, Dürer, and Francisco de Goya. Many of the most notable prints were donated by the medical practitioner and serious collector Dr John Orde Poynton, AO, CMG (1906-2001), who contributed more than 3,000 prints and 15,000 books to the collection.


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