Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz are two artists who together produced an extraordinary body of work since they began their collaboration in 1974. The Museum of Contemporary Art presented a major exhibition of more than seventy sculptures, drawings and tableaux. Their impressive body of work was direct, powerful and uncompromising, dealing with such themes of power, politics and money, inequality, war, prostitution and child abuse. Over the years they have engaged in a searing critique of society which is as relevant and potent today as it was when their collaboration began over thirty years ago. The exhibition drew on work from 1963 to 2004, beginning with a selection of Ed Kienholz's works from the 60s, works made in conjunction with Nancy since 1972 until his death in 1994 and later works by Nancy.23cm x 29cm
Scarf - Tatsuo Miyajima
Designed in collaboration with local label SKARFE this limited edition scarf features the work of renowned Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima. It features a digital print on 100% silk chiffon scarf with...
Julie Rrap - Body Double
Julie Rrap is a leading Australian artist depicting the female form through her own body. Rrap combines an intellectual framework with a sense of wit and works in sculpture, installation,...
Published to accompany the major exhibition Marking Time, curated by Rachel Kent this full colour catalogue includes essays from Andrew Benjamin, Bruce Jenkins, Rodrigo Moura, Justin Paton, Robert R Riley,...