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EXHIBITIONS: IN-FORMALISM

18 May 2019 - 30 Jun 2019 | 9.00am - 4.00pm

IN-Formalism witnesses the evolution of abstract non-objective art in Australia from 1968. The exhibition surveys the key generations of artists who have contributed to the ongoing language of abstract art. The exhibition presents these works alongside a wide range of artefacts in design, textiles, advertising, architecture, urban design, film and performance.

IN-Formalism reveals the influence this art-form had in our times.

IN-Formalism features works by these artists: Wendy Paramor, Ian Burn, Richard Dunn, Virginia Coventry, Nigel Lendon, Mel Ramsden, Normana Wight, Gordon Bennett, Karin Lettau, Jacky Redgate, Ruark Lewis, Kerry Poliness, Banduk Marika, Helen Smith, Andrew Leslie, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Eric Bridgeman, Bonita Bub, Biljana Jancic, Jonathan Jones, Consuelo Cavaniglia, Jonny Niesche, Sardar Sinjawi, Stella Rose McDonald, Rik Rue, Michael Graeve, Philip Samartzis, Warren Burt, Camilla Hannan, Jodi Rose, Patrick Gibson, Jasmine Guffond, Gail Priest, The Loop Orchestra, Alexandra Spence, Glenn Harper, Philip Cox, Bill Lucas, Glenn Murcutt, Harry Williamson, Margaret Grafton, John Kaldor Fabrics, Alan Loney, Amanda Stewart, Brian Fuata, Chris Mann, David Ahern, Philippa Cullen, Stephen Jones, Tess de Quincy, Vsevolod Vlaskine, Central Street Group, Ian Andrews , Garry Bradbury, Kraig Grady, Terumi Narushima

Join us for the exhibition launch event on Saturday 18 May (2-4pm).


Image (L-R): Wendy Paramor 'Triad', 1967. Bengitj Ngurruwuthun 'Majka', 2014. Jacky Redgate ‘Untitled (4 parts)’, 1989.

Event Information

LocationCasula Powerhouse
Arts Centre

Duration9-5pm on weekdays
9-4pm on
weekends.

AgesAll ages

CostFree admission


Phone02 8711 7123

Emailreception@casulapowerhouse.com

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