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Geelong Gallery

Public Institution
Geelong Gallery
Little Malop Street
3220 Geelong, VIC
Australia
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tel +61 3 5229 3645
fax +61 3 5221 6441
www.geelonggallery.org.au
 

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 Public exhibitions   2
29.11. - 22.02. (still more than 2 months)
  Group showArcadia - Sound of the Sea

18.10. - 15.03. (still more than 2 months)
  Group showEarly Images of Geelong
 
Profile
Foundation year: 1896
 
 Artists
Abraham Louis Buvelot  1814-1888, CH
Steven Cox  1958, UK
Russell Drysdale  1912-1981, UK
Thomas Faed  1826-1900, UK
Stanhope Alexander Forbes  1857-1947, IE
Eugène von Guérard  1811-1901, AT, AU
Benjamin Williams Leader  1831-1923, UK
Edwin Long  1829-1891, UK
Frederick McCubbin  1855-1917, AU
Polixeni Papapetrou  1960, AU
John Skinner Prout  1806-1876, UK
Sally Smart  1960, AU
Alexander Webb  
 
 Previous Exhibitions   89
2014
  Solo showSally Clearly - Silent Life
  Group showBeastly
  Group showThe Great War — A Graphic Legacy
  Solo showJim Pavlidis - Accounts of My Dancing Evenings: Season 1914
  Solo showBrian McKinnon - It’s about one man and many people
  Solo showJulia Gorman - Growth Habits
  Group showChapter and Verse
  Group showEx Llibris — TheBook in Contemporary Art
  Solo showPeter Webb - The Hard Times Dance

2013
  Group showCoastlines
  Group showPure Bewdy — Recent Acquisitions 2012–13
  Solo showStephen Bowers - Beyond Bravura: JamFactory Icon 2013
  Solo showJoel Wolter - Stories From The Shore
  Group showAll Breathing in Heaven
  Solo showMagda Matwiejew - Vavara Beyond Memory
  Group showTime/ Date/ Year
  Group showImpressions of Geelong
  Solo showSeascapes
  Group showThe lie of the land
  Group showSelected works
  Solo showthe fabric of work
  Group showCorporeal — a print exchange folio
  Solo showDonald Ramsay - Burnt landscape — Yarra Ranges under fire

2012
  Solo showJames Whitley Sayer
  Group showwe are standing on their names
  Group showA curious nature – the landscape as theatre in contemporary photography and new media
  Solo showBishop and Reis
  Group showA question of scale
  Group show2012 Geelong contemporary art prize
  Solo showMarion Manifold - Marie Antoinette through the Notebook
  Group showFive decades of abstraction
  Solo showNikki Toole - Skater – portraits
  Solo showMalcom Bywaters - House and Home
  Group showInsideOutside
  Group showIn Search of the Picturesque: The Architectural Ruin in Art
  Solo showGary Smith - Industrial Desire
  Group showThe Colin and Elizabeth Laverty Collection: A Selection of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Works of Art
  Solo showTerry Matassoni - A World Observed

2011
  Group showRecent acquisitions
  Solo showNicholas Chevalier – Australian Odyssey
  Solo showDavid Turner - Retrospective
  Group showThe O'Donohue & Kiss Gift – International and Australian Prints
Description and image Solo showSimon Benz - Out of Darkness, Into the Light
  Group showAustralian Landscapes in Watercolour
  Solo showAlison Wynd – Me Photo, Uganda
  Solo showBarry Gillard - Persistent Folly
  Solo showRobert Baines – Metal
  Group showBeyond Big Land
  Solo showPenny Byrne - Commentariat
Description and image Solo showChristopher Heathcote - When Lights are Low
  Solo showSidney Nolan – the Gallipoli series
  Solo showHarold Septimus Power – Images of War
  Solo showDavid Beaumont - Eu thanatos

2010
  Solo showDean Bowen – suburbanology
  Solo showAnthony Altman - Urban Wildland Interface
  Group show... A person looks at a work of art ...
  Group showThe Silent Wilderness: 19th Century Australian Landscapes
  Group showCycling Greats
  Solo showKerry Russell - Outer Observations
  Solo showFrederick Murphy
  Group showNature and beyond – art is ...
  Solo showRobert Dowling – son of Empire
  Group showUnderstorey – Amanda Johnson & Michele Burder
  Group showNatalie and Andrew Cirillo & Lorraine Archibald - Geelong Silversmiths: Now and Then
  Group showAn individual perspective – from the Indigenous collection of Lauraine Diggins
  Group show52 –A Print ExchangePortfolio

2009
  Group showPeople's choice – past and present
  Solo showAdrian Feint – cornucopia
  Solo showAkio Makigawa – water drawing no. 1
  Solo showMartin Vierdag – The Otways and Ocean Road
  Group show2009 Geelong acquisitive print awards
  Solo showRohan Robinson – West: from Broome and white
  Solo showLisa Wang – Go Cats! 150 years of the Geelong Football Club
  Solo showShaun Gladwell – selected videos
  Solo showNora Heysen – light and life
  Group showThe Alcoa gift
  Solo showJo Reitze – Sea air
Description and image Group showBooks crossing – from the Deakin University Artists' Book Collection
  Solo showMerinda Kelly – Pop archaeology
  Solo showJudy Spafford – Southern Otways
  Solo showNicholas Jones – The garden of forking paths
  Solo showMagda Matwiejew – Vavara beyond memory
  Solo showStephen Wickham – Peppie vs Godzilla: Parts I & II

2008
  Group showTrue Crime: Murder and Misdemeanor in Australian Art
  Solo showSusan Sutton – Through seasons: Geelong and the Surf Coast
  Solo showAlex Selenitsch – How are things at home?
  Solo showDarren McGinn – Place versus non-place

2007
  Solo showKlaus Moje: glass

2000
  Group showStriking
 
Last update: 4 December 2014
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