In 'Kiffy Rubbo: Curating the 1970s', edited by Janine Burke and Helen Hughes, artists and academics pay tribute to Rubbo’s life, work and seminal place in Australian art history in a series of essays.
Janine Burke’s essay on Rubbo’s key role in early feminist curation is reproduced in full below, with permission.
As the 2016 recipient of Bendigo Art Gallery's Going Solo initiative, Jud Wimhurst takes his favoured themes of consumerism and pop culture further in 'Gimme Freedom (or gimme death)', a major sculptural installation exploring identity, nostalgia and choice.
Now in its sixth iteration in an almost 14-year-old Artist Run Initiative, BLINDSIDE’s Summer Studio residency allows artists to develop their work over a three-week period during the art world’s quieter time, culminating in an exhibition in mid-January.
'Who's Afraid of Colour?' at NGV Australia: The Ian Potter Centre sees the ancient art systems of Indigenous Australians unite with contemporary needs and practices to create expressions of dispossession, identity and connection to Country.
'EXIT' at Galleries UNSW draws on a quarter of a century's worth of scientific data to vividly animate the world's hot spots of deforestation, rising seas and mass migration as a result of global warming.