The Right to Offend is Sacred  The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne   3 March – 4 June, 2017    In re-discovering and re-positioning a complex practice,  The Right to Offend is Sacred  includes many of Andrew’s most memorable works, contextualised in exciting new ways, juxtaposed with formative works that have had very limited exposure. This solo exhibition will also include a new sculptural work, enabling viewers to intuit future directions in the artist’s ever changing practice.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Image:  Sexy and Dangerous,  1996

The Right to Offend is Sacred
The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

3 March – 4 June, 2017
 

In re-discovering and re-positioning a complex practice, The Right to Offend is Sacred includes many of Andrew’s most memorable works, contextualised in exciting new ways, juxtaposed with formative works that have had very limited exposure. This solo exhibition will also include a new sculptural work, enabling viewers to intuit future directions in the artist’s ever changing practice.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Image: Sexy and Dangerous, 1996

   The Cell   The Substation, Newport, Melbourne   26th May – 10th June, 2017   Image: The Cell, 2010. Commissioned by Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation. Photo: Roger d'Souza. 

The Cell
The Substation, Newport, Melbourne

26th May – 10th June, 2017

Image: The Cell, 2010. Commissioned by Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation. Photo: Roger d'Souza. 

  Erewhon  , curated by Vikki McInnes    Image:   Harvest  , 2015.   Installation view.   Commissioned by   The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne.   Image by Christian Capurro.    Australian national tour:   Margaret Lawrence Gallery, VCA; Horsham Regional Art Gallery; Warrnambool Art Gallery; Benalla Art Gallery; Latrobe Regional Art Gallery.

Erewhon, curated by Vikki McInnes

Image: Harvest, 2015.
Installation view. Commissioned by The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne. Image by Christian Capurro.

Australian national tour: Margaret Lawrence Gallery, VCA; Horsham Regional Art Gallery; Warrnambool Art Gallery; Benalla Art Gallery; Latrobe Regional Art Gallery.

   Assemblage  Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Chales Decoster, Brussels   February 2nd – April 1st, 2017  
   The Right to Offend is Sacred  The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne   3 March – 4 June, 2017    In re-discovering and re-positioning a complex practice,  The Right to Offend is Sacred  includes many of Andrew’s most memorable works, contextualised in exciting new ways, juxtaposed with formative works that have had very limited exposure. This solo exhibition will also include a new sculptural work, enabling viewers to intuit future directions in the artist’s ever changing practice.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Image:  Sexy and Dangerous,  1996
   The Cell   The Substation, Newport, Melbourne   26th May – 10th June, 2017   Image: The Cell, 2010. Commissioned by Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation. Photo: Roger d'Souza. 
  Erewhon  , curated by Vikki McInnes    Image:   Harvest  , 2015.   Installation view.   Commissioned by   The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne.   Image by Christian Capurro.    Australian national tour:   Margaret Lawrence Gallery, VCA; Horsham Regional Art Gallery; Warrnambool Art Gallery; Benalla Art Gallery; Latrobe Regional Art Gallery.

The Right to Offend is Sacred
The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

3 March – 4 June, 2017
 

In re-discovering and re-positioning a complex practice, The Right to Offend is Sacred includes many of Andrew’s most memorable works, contextualised in exciting new ways, juxtaposed with formative works that have had very limited exposure. This solo exhibition will also include a new sculptural work, enabling viewers to intuit future directions in the artist’s ever changing practice.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Image: Sexy and Dangerous, 1996

The Cell
The Substation, Newport, Melbourne

26th May – 10th June, 2017

Image: The Cell, 2010. Commissioned by Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation. Photo: Roger d'Souza. 

Erewhon, curated by Vikki McInnes

Image: Harvest, 2015.
Installation view. Commissioned by The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne. Image by Christian Capurro.

Australian national tour: Margaret Lawrence Gallery, VCA; Horsham Regional Art Gallery; Warrnambool Art Gallery; Benalla Art Gallery; Latrobe Regional Art Gallery.

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