Lines of Confluence
Tree of Life
Through a Glass, Darkly
A Continuing Fable
In Praise of Darkness: Conversations with the Father
Blind of Sight
Fragments from the Garden of Good and Evil
Judith Wright at QAGOMA
Judith Wright's In the Garden of Good and Evil is now showing at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA).
In the Garden of Good and Evil is Judith's most recent installation in an ongoing project to construct the imagined life of a lost child. In the Garden of Good and Evil continues her meditation on vulnerability, love and loss, a journey which began in 2003.
The exhibition runs until 2 September 2018. For further information, please click here.
Installation view of Judith Wright in the Garden of Good and Evil, Queensland Art Gallery, photographed by Natasha Harth at QAGOMA
Judith Wright at Auckland City Art Gallery
Judith Wright is included in Other People Think: Auckland's Contemporary International Collection at Auckland Art Gallery.
The exhibition reflects a turn towards the Asia Pacific region, including South America, which respects the changing demographics of New Zealand’s largest and most diverse city. Taking its title from a light work by Chilean artist, architect and filmmaker Alfredo Jaar, the exhibition considers the importance of shared understandings and empathy in a complex and shifting world.
Other People Think opens on 10 March and runs until 10 June 2018.
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Judith Wright's book, In the Garden of Good and Evil
Judith Wright's book, In the Garden of Good and Evil, has recently been published in an edition of 500 by Piper Press.
In the Garden of Good and Evil is the most recent installation in an ongoing project to construct the imagined life of a lost child. The Garden continues Wright's meditation on vulnerability, love and loss. Though the works are infused with a sense of melancholy, there is often an element of the sanguine.
To purchase a book, please contact the gallery.
Judith Wright at GOMA
Two large works and a video installation by Judith Wright are included in A World View, part of the GOMA Turns 10 celebrations.
The exhibition celebrates a decade of artworks acquired through the support of a single generous benefactor, which has brought major works by leading Australian and international artists into Queensland's Collection.
A World View opens on 3 December 2016 and runs until 17 April 2017.
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Judith Wright's 'A journey' in The Australian
In today's edition of The Australian, Kitty Hauser writes about Judith Wright's installation A Journey as an insightful introduction to Lurid Beauty: Australian Surrealism and its Echoes now on at NGV Australia at Federation Square. The exhibition runs until 16 January 2016. To read the article online, click here.
Judith Wright in 'New Acquisitions in Context 2013' at the MCA
Judith Wright's series of works on paper Relative Conversations, 2006 is now exhibiting at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney as part of an exhibition that brings together a selection of its new acquisitions alongside works already held in the collection. Titled New Acquisitions in Context 2013, the exhibition has been curated by Anna Davis and features works by 28 Australian and international artists ranging from painting and photography to moving image and installation.
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Judith Wright in the 18th Biennale of Sydney
Judith Wright has been selected as a participant in this year's Sydney Biennale. Titled All our relations, the Biennale will present works by artists from Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe, South Africa and the Middle East.
Wright's contribution comprises a new installation entitled The Journey at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) and three of Wright's video works – The Stager (2008), The Gift (2008) and Desire (2010) – which will be shown at Cockatoo Island.
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