30 November 2013

2 cities, 1 night: Sydney & Melbourne

Tuesday 3 December 2013:

For those in Sydney, an exhibition titled 'Won't Work' is opening at Kudos Gallery from 17:00 - 19:00.

The show is curated by Andrew Haining, whose own work will feature alongside a group of Sydney-based artists: Alex Clapham, Mitchel Cumming, Brian Fuata, Talitha Klevjer, Al Poulet, Kieran Richards, and Zoe Robertson.

'A critique of the art of what works is redundant because the idea of what works isn’t working. It is the creation of an imperative that isn’t posited by power but denied by it. This isn’t a show critical after the fact, but the provocation for an art free of can't.'



The exhibition continues through Saturday 7 December 2013 (the gallery is open 11am-6pm Wed to Fri, and 11am-4pm Sat).

For more information visit wontwork.info or the Facebook event.

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For those in Melbourne, head to Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) for the launch of Impresario: Paul Taylor, The Melbourne Years, 1981–1984, from 17:30 - 19:00. As the press release explains:

'This new publication focuses on Paul Taylor (1957-1992), the Australian editor, writer, curator and impresario. In particular, the book analyses Taylor’s important and influential early years in Melbourne, which included the founding of Art & Text, the curatorship of the exhibitions ‘POPISM’ (National Gallery of Victoria) and ‘Tall Poppies’ (Melbourne University Art Gallery), and the editing and publishing of an anthology of Australian art of the 1970s, Anything Goes: Art in Australia 1970–1980.

Edited and introduced by Helen Hughes and Nicholas Croggon (founding editors of Discipline magazine), designed by Brad Haylock, it includes recently commissioned essays and interviews, lecture transcripts and reviews, as well as a range of photographs which document the era.'



With contributions from some of Australia's most important artists, writers and curators: Judy Annear, Heather Barker & Charles Green, Philip Brophy, Janine Burke, Rex Butler & Susan Rothnie, David Chesworth & Jon Dale, Edward Colless, Sue Cramer, Ashley Crawford, Juan Davila, Kelly Fliedner & Jenny Watson, Paul Foss, Merryn Gates, Jonathan Holmes, David Homewood & John Nixon, Lyndal Jones, Maria Kozic, Adrian Martin, Chris McAuliffe, Patrick McCaughey, Ian McLean, David Pestorius, Denise Robinson, Robert Rooney, Vivienne Shark LeWitt, Imants Tillers, Ralph Traviati, Peter Tyndall, Russell Walsh, and Graham Willett.

For more information visit http://www.monash.edu.au/muma/events/2013/paul-taylor.html or the Facebook event.

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