UNTIL - Sunday 18 October
On Friday 10 July PICA re-openED its doors with the much loved Hatched: National Graduate Show. In this, its 29th edition, the work of 24 recent visual arts graduates from every State and Territory will be presented across all of PICA’s gallery spaces, providing an instant snapshot of the nation’s emerging contemporary art trends.
An enduring institution and a key event in PICA’s ongoing commitment to supporting the careers of Australia’s most promising emerging artists, Hatched will run until Sunday 18 October. The 14-week exhibition is the longest in the exhibition’s history. For the eleventh consecutive year, the Schenberg Art Fellowship, now worth $50,000 and the most generous prize for emerging artists of its kind in Australia, will be awarded to one exceptional artist, this year presented at a special celebratory event towards the end of the exhibition
Saleheh Gholami, TO BLUE(still), 2019,
Yu-Cheng Chou (周育正), A Working History: LU Chieh-Te (installation view), 2012. Publication and sculptural platform for display. Image courtesy the artist.
Curtis Taylor, Nyunyjila – Tongues, 2018, carved wood sourced from the artist’s Country, iron ore dust, ochre and paint, dimensions variable. Photo by Bewley Shaylor.
Nina Juniper, Façade, Re-construction, 2019, twocolour screen print on 4mm compressed fibre cement with masonry render bricks.
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