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It's that time of year when thanks to the Institute of Modern Art, we bring you our annual special subscription offer. Choose a bonus for yourself when you take out a subscription, gift subscription for a friend or you renew or extend your own subscription.
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Gordon Bennett: Be Polite
Follows the exhibition of largely unseen works on paper by one of Australia’s most visionary and critical artists, Gordon Bennett (1955–2014). The exhibition and publication are the first to present the work of Bennett since his untimely death. Though rarely seen in exhibition contexts, Bennett’s drawing and writing formed the foundation of his practice. This publication brings together three newly commissioned essays by art historian Ian McLean and curators and arts writers Helen Hughes and Julie Nagam alongside documentation of Bennett’s works on paper and a selection of paintings and other pieces to which they relate. For more information click here.
Nicholas Mangan: Limits to Growth
Accompanies the survey exhibition Limits to Growth, initiated by Monash University Museum of Art (Melbourne), the Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane), and Kunst-Werke (Berlin). The exhibition and book bring together four of Mangan’s most significant works of the past seven years and a new commission. Together these artworks capture the sensitivity with which Mangan tackles key issues of our epoch, the Anthropocene, as he reveals the socio-political context of energy extraction. For more information click here.
The frontier marks the point at which the soaring ideals of modernity touch ground, indicating how the “outside” was produced, exploited, and policed through colonialism. Frontier Imaginariesis a research and art commissioning project dedicated to studying the ongoing significance of the frontier in the global era. Launching from the standpoint of the settler-colony, the project touches various cities around the globe. In each edition contributors participate in remapping the global dramas of property and progress, seeking to challenge their precepts in the process. This first volume compiles materials from two exhibitions in Brisbane with new essays and interviews. For more information click here.
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Spanning over 29 years of contemporary visual arts, available Eyeline back issues can be viewed here.
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