Bundanon

Parallel Landscapes | Exhibition Season

Exhibition Season | 3 July - 6 November

ARTHUR BOYD | REUBEN ERNEST BROWN | TIM GEORGESON & WILLIAM BARTON

Three exhibitions bring together different ways of seeing the natural world, ranging from the historical to the contemporary.

Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul returns to Bundanon after touring nationally. Curated by Barry Pearce, with works drawn from the Bundanon Collection, the exhibition explores a lifetime of landscape paintings by Arthur Boyd.

The Hidden is an immersive work of sound and vision, created in residence at Bundanon by composer and musician William Barton and filmmaker and artist Tim Georgeson. This new commission, filled with striking images of shadows and light, didgeridoo and voice, resonates with spirits evoked from the natural world.

The River and the Sea is a small survey of the paintings of artist Reuben Ernest Brown (Uncle Ben Brown 1928 – 2009), who was making work at a similar time to Boyd. A strong local advocate for Indigenous connection to culture, Brown depicts animals, birds, trees and the built environment with vibrant colour and joy.

Official Opening: 2 July 2022

Join us for the opening of three new exhibitions that make up Bundanon’s new season Parallel LandscapesClick here to read more and register.

Image: Arthur Boyd, Peter’s fish and crucifixion, 1993. Bundanon Collection.

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Cost

Adults $18. Concession $12. Family $40 (two adults, two youth). Members, Children under 12 FREE.

Dates & Times
03/07/2022 - 06/11/2022 Art Museum
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