Pictured in the foreground above is Jock Clutterbuck’s award winning sculpture ‘Niagara’ (1970), aluminium, 135.5 x 184 x 116 cm installed at ‘Melbourne Modern’, RMIT Gallery 2019.
Melbourne Modern: European art and design at RMIT since 1945
In the wake of World War II hundreds of exiled and displaced European artists, architects and designers arrived in Melbourne and sought employment with RMIT. Melbourne Modern traces a legacy of European intervention and interdisciplinarity through successive generations of RMIT teachers and students to the present day.
Curated by Jane Eckett and Harriet Edquist, Melbourne Moderns is a free event and current at RMIT Gallery on Swanston Street in Melbourne until Saturday 17 August 2019.
George Baldessin, Performance II (1965), etching aquatint, edition 10, 31 x 30.5 cm
Geoffrey Bartlett, FJ Holden (1977), jarrah, Oregon steel, iron, 263 x 228 x 91 cm
Hermann Hohaus, Seated woman (n.d), bronze, 120 x 55 x 80 cm
Grahame King, Crater (1963), lithograph in colour printed from four plates, edition 25, 63.5 x 42 cm
All images courtesy of the artists and RMIT Gallery, Melbourne.
Building 16, Storey Hall
344 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Friday 6 July
12.30pm – 1.30pm
Rona Green will be giving an Artist Talk as part of the current group exhibition ‘My Monster: The Human Animal Hybrid’ at RMIT Gallery, curated by Evelyn Tsitas and current until 18 August 2018. ‘My Monster’ features the work of more than thirty dynamic and diverse contemporary artists and celebrates the 200th anniversary year of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein and the enduring fascination with the human animal hybrid.
All are welcome to come and hear this unique and highly proficient artist speak about her hand coloured linocuts. Rona will discuss ideas and creative process as well as showing some of her lino blocks and proof prints. All attendees will also receive a goody bag to take home!
This is a free event and an inspiring opportunity not to be missed!
View the event on the RMIT website here.
Image: Rona Green, Wayno and Bazza (2018), hand-coloured linocut, edition of 17, 32 x 50 cm.