Our new exhibition The Traveller: Experiencing Movement, Time & Place (Works from the Lyon Collection) opened yesterday and we're thrilled to bring you yet another educational bonanza of a Popup Library!
In conjunction with the City of Boroondara Library Service, we have a range of books on display in our foyer - right next to the gallery shop, The Emporium @ THG - ready for your hungry brains to devour.
The exhibition features some incredible works by significant Australian Contemporary Artists such as Patricia Piccinini, so once you've soaked up the creativity of the main gallery spaces, drop by the shop and spend some time marvelling at our books.
We have created a Pocket Reading List for you which is listed below or you can pick up a hard copy next time you visit us. Happy reading!
The Traveller - A Pocket Reading List
Patricia Piccinini : nearly beloved
Ten series/106 photographs
Light sensitive : contemporary Australian photography from the Loti Smorgon Fund
Venice Biennale 2007 Australia
Susan Norrie, Daniel von Sturmer, Callum Morton.
Spitting and biting : ten contemporary artists and the print
[exhibition curator: Sara Kelly].
Video void : Australian video art
Edited by Matthew Perkins.
Melbourne now exhibition guide
National Gallery of Victoria.
The language of light and dark : light and place in Australian photography
Art and photography [text]
Edited by David Campany.
Photography speaks : 150 photographers on their art
101 contemporary Australian artists
edited by Kelly Gellatly.
The map as art : contemporary artists explore cartography
Katharine Harmon ; with essays by Gayle Clemans.
Map art lab : 52 exciting art explorations in map making, imagination, and travel
Jill K. Berry, Linden McNeilly.
Digital crafts : industrial technologies for applied artists and designer makers
Ann Marie Shillito.
Postdigital artisans : craftmanship with a new aesthetic in fashion, art, design and architecture
Printing things : visions and essentials for 3D printing
Edited by Claire Warnier, Dries Verbruggen, Sven Ehmann, Robert Klanten
The photograph as contemporary art