Associate Indigenous Curator Contemporary Art Megan Tamati-Quennell and artist Dale Harding during opening weekend Curator Talk. Image: Hayley Bethell.

Associate Indigenous Curator Contemporary Art Megan Tamati-Quennell and artist Dale Harding during opening weekend Curator Talk. Image: Hayley Bethell.

Curator Tour with Megan Tamati-Quennell

There is no before
  • Thu 22 Jul 2021
  • 6—7PM
  • Gallery 1, Lower Ramp
  • Free Entry
  • All welcome

Join our associate Indigenous art curator Megan Tamati-Quennell for a tour of Dale Harding's exhibition, There is no before.

Commissioned for the Gallery, Harding who is of Bidjara, Gungalu and Garingbal Indigenous Australian descent, created ten new works for the exhibition, his first show in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Megan will provide insight into Harding’s practice, both as a contemporary artist and as an artist whose work is connected strongly with the landscape or ‘country’ he comes from and the culture he is located within.

Dale Harding, <i>We breathe together</i>, 2021, ochres, ultramarine pigment, charcoal, glass on loan from the artist. Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.
Image: Hayley Bethell.

Dale Harding, We breathe together, 2021, ochres, ultramarine pigment, charcoal, glass on loan from the artist. Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.
Image: Hayley Bethell.

<i>Untitled (seven red oxides on glass)</i>, 2019, pigment and binder on glass, 22 x 315 cm, 7 parts: 22 x 45 cm each. Install view, Current Iterations, Institute of Modern Art Brisbane 2019.
Image: Carl Warner, courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery Brisbane.

Untitled (seven red oxides on glass), 2019, pigment and binder on glass, 22 x 315 cm, 7 parts: 22 x 45 cm each. Install view, Current Iterations, Institute of Modern Art Brisbane 2019.
Image: Carl Warner, courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery Brisbane.

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