Land of the long black shadow

The Stedelijk Museum curated Colin McCahon retrospective – ‘A Question of Faith’ – reviewed in the Weekend Australian, prior to its opening at the Ian Potter Centre in Melbourne’s Federation Square. Critic Susan McCulloch: “The messages – and indeed the images – of many of McCahon’s works may seem to offer an impossibly bleak view. Yet their pared-back grandeur and sheer boldness of sign-making lifts them into a timeless dimension.” McCulloch lauds McCahon as one of Australasia’s brilliant abstractionists “whose uncompromising individual paintings were underpinned by a deeply felt sense of place.”


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What’s for – Decolonial – Dinner?

What’s for – Decolonial – Dinner?

Online art platform Contemporary HUM’s last publication of 2019 sees Indigenous Canadian artist and curator Tania Willard explore the work of New Zealand artists BC Collective and Louisa Afoa, currently on…