Taking it all away: MCA collection

Exhibition curatorial Natasha Bullock Taking it all away [is] an exhibition of works drawn from the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Diverse in form and character, the works in Taking it all away set the dynamics of space and time against the complexities of modern existence. Together, these works speak to the importance of art […]

Exhibition: To Do

A review by Chloé Wolifson Gail Hastings’ major new work Exhibition: To Do is anchored around a large square plywood structure that sits on the earth’s axis – the walls respectively facing north, south, east and west. The visitor is invited to enter the structure, also entitled Exhibition: To Do, via an opening in its eastern wall. This has […]

Missing: four sculptuations by Gail Hastings

A REVIEW by Annabel Crabb When Charles Saatchi’s gallery opened in South Bank, with its notorious list of headliners (chunks of frozen human blood, sump oil lagoons and rooms full of chopped-up cattle), one small corner was devoted to a collection of newspaper cartoons lampooning the works. My favourite was one in which an Eskimo, […]