Thursday, September 18, 2008

So much to see


The TarraWarra Biennale 2008 is currently on in Healsville, Victoria. It's titled Lost & Found: An Archeology of the Present and it's on until 9th November. The exhibition features 21 of Australia & New Zealand artists who have reinvented traditional techniques "evoking historical forms, mythologies and folklores." I know I have two trips to Melbourne planned before the closure of this exhibition and I'm hoping to make it there on a least one of those trips. I love the Tarrawarra Gallery. the space is just stunning... even without the artwork.

Yesterday I discovered the work of Takashi Iwasaki , via Miss Woolly's blog. I think my favorites are the embroidery and the collage. The vibrancy in all of the work definitely evokes a sense of playfulness which totally appeals to me. Thanks Miss Woolly!

This weekend in Sydney the College of Fine Arts will be transformed into a carnival of creativity for the COFA Spring Fair. There will be all sorts of fun, including free workshops, demonstrations and exhibitions to see. It's on from 10-4pm and I can't wait.

2 comments:

Open Rhodes said...

Hi Miss Bellsey,
I'm actually going to Tarrawarra for lunch next Thursday. Flying out in a helicopter like 007. Will take a look at this fantastic sounding exhibit and let you know what it's like. Miss your cotton pickin socks xxx

66 Stitches said...

How exciting Berry! That's amazing. You certainly get about. i'll look forward to hearing all about it. Miss you too. See you in less than 2 weeks. xox