Avoiding Myth & Message: Australian Artists and the Literary World | MCA Publication | Curated by: Glenn Barkley
Avoiding myth & message: Australian artists and the literary world explored the rich and varied links between Australian visual artists and the Australian literary world, with a particular emphasis on poetry. The works were drawn primarily from the MCA collection, with a selection of additional works from artists and local collections. The exhibition looked at some of the major themes within the Australian literary and visual traditions and considered some areas where the two forms overlap: the landscape and the interior, text and image, urban life, politics and the personal.
Curated by: Glenn Barkley
26 x 21cm
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