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Fred Williams
Weipa Series, Cape York

2 March – 1 July '18

Fred Williams (1927-82) is one of Australia’s most respected and influential twentieth-century artists. He is best known for his distinctive depictions of the Australian landscape, where the horizon line is removed to create a seamless melding of the sky and land, and elements of the countryside are reduced to simple image markings on a flat plane of striated colour. MORE

Seeing voices

27 April – 24 June '18

Seeing voices is a NETS Victoria and Monash University Museum of Arts touring exhibition that seeks to diversify and complicate our understanding of the voice through the prism of contemporary art. MORE

Selling the Shadow

4 May – 1 July '18

Selling the Shadow presents nine media works by contemporary African-American and African artists. Works selected for the exhibition examine the relationship between art and social practice through video. MORE

Danie Mellor
Proximity and Perception

4 May – 1 July '18

Proximity and Perception focuses on a major new work by Danie Mellor commissioned by the Cairns Art Gallery Foundation, and places it within the context of his recent art practice and ongoing engagement with his matrilineal Country of the North Queensland rainforest region, south of Cairns. MORE