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Inside Out

David Keeling

This major survey exhibition highlights the career of well-known Australian artist David Keeling and focuses on the preoccupation with landscape across three decades – from early metaphysical landscapes of the mind that explore the nature/culture dichotomy; to the politics of the contemporary landscape and its connection to history; to more recent works that deal with particular locations and the exploration of interior/exterior spaces.

This exhibition also celebrates the 125th anniversary of the University of Tasmania. Keeling studied at the Tasmanian School of Art (now Tasmanian College of the Arts) in the 1970s.

Curator: Dr Malcom Bywaters

 

Presented by University of Tasmania

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TICKETS

Free event

DURATION

Sat 21 February – Sat 18 April, Mon to Fri 9am-5pm & Sat 1pm-4pm

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

FLOOR TALK

David Keeling

Thu 26 March, 12.30pm

DATES

Launceston

Academy Gallery

Fri 20 Mar 2015, until Sat 18 Apr 2015,

This major survey exhibition highlights the career of well-known Australian artist David Keeling and focuses on the preoccupation with landscape across three decades – from early metaphysical landscapes of the mind that explore the nature/culture dichotomy; to the politics of the contemporary landscape and its connection to history; to more recent works that deal with particular locations and the exploration of interior/exterior spaces.

This exhibition also celebrates the 125th anniversary of the University of Tasmania. Keeling studied at the Tasmanian School of Art (now Tasmanian College of the Arts) in the 1970s.

Curator: Dr Malcom Bywaters

 

Presented by University of Tasmania

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