Exhibition

Current: Gail Mabo, Lisa Waup, Dominic White – curated by McClelland

Devonport Regional Gallery

Current: Gail Mabo, Lisa Waup, Dominic White

Curated by McClelland

Saturday 27 January 2024 – Thursday 7 March 2024
Upper & Little Galleries, Level 2

Current features newly commissioned and recent work by three First Nations artists, Gail Mabo (Meriam), Lisa Waup (Gunditjmara/Torres Strait Islands), Dominic White (Palawa/Trawlwoolway). Their work affirms their powerful connection to their lands, waters and ancestors. The exhibition highlights the three vital and contemporary multidisciplinary practices and references the movement in the passages of water along the eastern coast of Australia connecting land and people of the Torres Strait in the far north to Tasmania in the south.

Curated by McClelland.

 

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EXHIBITION OPENING:

Saturday 27 January 2024, 11.00 AM
Devonport Regional Gallery, Level 2 Galleries

Please join us at the Gallery to open Current: Gail Mabo, Lisa Waup, Dominic White with an artist talk event featuring Gail Mabo and Domnic White on Saturday 27 January at 11am.

This is a free event and RSVP is appreciated via the online booking link:

https://forms.office.com/r/PCELRaaier

 

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Current: Gail Mabo, Lisa Waup, Dominic White is a McClelland touring exhibition. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government's Visions of Australia program, the Besen Family Foundation, and the Gordon Darling Foundation. 

   

Image Details:

1. Gail Mabo, Ma’rap Sau 2023 (detail), bamboo,clay, concrete. Courtesy of the artist. Photograph: Christian Capurro

2. Dominic White, House Nailed Country Coolamon 2023, bronze,steel, cherry ballart (Exocarpos cupressiformis). Courtesy of the artist. Photograph: Christian Capurro

3. Lisa Waup, NELOTS 2021, custom made reflective traffic signs, screen printed, ink, found metal stands made by Blueprint Sculpture. Courtesy of the artist. Photograph: Christian Capurro

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Date

Jan 27 2024 - Mar 07 2024
Ongoing...

Location

Upper Gallery - paranaple arts centre