You’ve got until Sunday October 27 to catch MCA‘s latest, string theory: focus on contemporary Australian art.
The exhibition brings together over 20 Aboriginal artists who work across textile and craft-based traditions. Exhibiting artists include Tony Albert, Jean Baptiste Apuatimi, Frances Djulibing, Lola Greeno and Lipaki Marlaypa among many more. Mediums span textiles, sculpture, photography, painting and video to demonstrate the diverse range of works engaging with the artistic traditions of Indigenous Australia. “string theory is a multi-disciplinary contemporary tribute to the rich textile tradition of Aboriginal artists and takes as its starting point the way in which the MCA’s collecting policy has always acknowledged such work as contemporary art,” said MCA Director Elizabeth Ann Macgregor.
For further details visit mca.com.au.