flower power 1960s/1990s 1993 first appeared in spatial probabilities 1993: Watercolours by Gail Hastings at the Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, in 1993. flower power 1960s/1990s is a standalone artwork. The artwork's medium includes watercolour and lead pencil on paper, measuring, overall, unframed, 275 x 379 mm each. flower power 1960s/1990s is in a public collection: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 1993.
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[floorplan:] flower power 1960s/1990s
scale: one as to many
|12/11/2008||To make a work of timeless art: MCA Primavera Acquisitions, Museum of Contemporary Art (cur. Isabel Hesketh and Clare Lewis), Sydney|
|06/06/2003||Hothouse: The flower in contemporary art, Monash University Museum of Art (cur. Zara Stanhope), Melbourne|
|01/07/1993||spatial probabilities 1993: Watercolours by Gail Hastings, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne|
Sue Cramer, MCA Collection: 1994 Selection, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1994.
Ben Curnow, ‘objects + ideas: revisiting minimalism’, MCA Collection: 1997 Selection, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1997.
Isabel Finch, Clare Lewis, ‘Gail Hastings’, To make a work of timeless art: MCA Primavera Acquisitions, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 2008.
John McDonald, ‘Trash or treasure’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 January 2009, http://www.smh.com.au/news/entertainment/arts/primavera-acquisitions-a-portrait-of-decadence/2009/01/16/1231608949070.html/, accessed 30 October 2016.
Zara Stanhope, Hothouse: The flower in contemporary art, exhibition catalogue, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne 2003, p.6.