Grace Cossington Smith : a retrospective exhibition
This exhibition is a tribute to Grace Cossington Smith, one of Australia's most important and paradoxical artists; an artist who lived a relatively quiet, circumscribed life who was also the creator of iconic images and one of the most brilliant pioneering modernists of her generation.
This major survey of Cossington Smith's practice from 1910 to 1971 – the full span of her art career – includes paintings and drawings from a wide range of public and private collections and key sketchbooks drawn from the Gallery's holdings; as well as 4 electronic screens featuring 161 sketchbook images, 3 subsite kiosks and a DVD featuring videos related to her work and times.This subsite includes:
All of these may be accessed by clicking on the links in the menu above.
The exhibition catalogue, fully illustrated in colour, contains comprehensive essays and information on all of works in the exhibition and is available from ngashop.com.au.
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TOP DETAIL: Grace COSSINGTON SMITH, 'Interior in yellow',
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