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In 1834, English explorer and artist, Robert Dale, produced a series of drawings of Australia's south west coast that are widely regarded as the most ambitious attempt to document the Australian landscape in the 19th century. Produced as a series of etchings totaling 3m long, Dale's work depicts rolling hills in a vast panorama and is dotted with depictions of harmonious relations between English settlers and the Nyoongar.
The six paintings which are collectively titled Minang Boodjar re-examine Dale's 19th century imagery at an epic scale in an attempt to focus our attention on the troubled notion of a romanticised account of colonisation.
In his first exhibition since joining Gallerysmith in 2018, Clinton Nain reveals a new series of paintings exploring the impact of power structures imposed since colonisation.Find out more »
Sam Michelle's second solo exhibition at Gallerysmith. Please email email@example.com to book a time to preview the exhibition.Find out more »
Charmaine Pike's exhibition explores the foothills of the Blue Mountains in a series of psychological landscapes which examine the connectedness of landscape elements.Find out more »
The relationship of the body to space will be the key focus of Rachel Coad's upcoming exhibition in a series of moody figurative oil on linen paintings.Find out more »
Fable and its translation to contemporary culture has sustained the painting practice of Junko Go for the past decade. Her new series looks at Lewis Carrol's seminal work and includes a range of paintings and accompanying 'Junko philosophies'.Find out more »