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Anne Wallace: Strange Ways

QUT Art Museum

9th November - 23rd February

See Brisbane artist Anne Wallace’s first major survey exhibition. 

On the surface, Anne Wallace’s figurative paintings might seem conventional, however they are anything but ordinary. They exude a strangeness, which is explored in this major exhibition surveying her idiosyncratic practice and unique contribution to Australian painting over the last 30 years.

Drawing upon the language of pop culture, Strange Ways looks beyond the seemingly mundane to reveal the worlds beneath, the worlds within, and the worlds beyond. The exhibition includes a screening program of films selected by the artist.

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Image: Anne Wallace, The Go-Betweens 2001 (detail), oil on canvas. QUT Art Collection. Purchased 2019.

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