Elizabeth Gower

 

ALEKS DANKO, ELIZABETH GOWER: New Acquisitions: The Heide Collection, Melbourne

Posted 10/11/2017

New Acquisitions: The Heide Collection showcases new acquisitons by the Heide Museum of Modern Art over the past three years. The exhibtion, which features work by Aleks Danko and Elizabeth Gower, focuseses on abstraction within the context of modern and contempoary art. More information can be found here

ELIZABETH GOWER: HUTTON LANE PUBLIC WORK, BRISBANE

Posted 13/07/2016

Elizabeth Gower presents a series of her works as part of Brisbane City Council's Vibrant Laneways Project. Presented in Hutton Lane in Brisbane's central business district, the works continues Gower's interest in packaging, collage and pattern making. 

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Aleks Danko & Elizabeth Gower: Howard Arkley and Friends, Tarrawarra Museum of Art

Posted 24/11/2015

Works by Aleks Danko and Elizabeth Gower will feature in the upcoming exhibition Howard Arkley and Friends at the Tarrawarra Museum of Art. Curated by Anthony Fitzpatrick and Victoria Lynn, the exhibition will showcase over sixty of Arkely's paintings alongside material from his archive, examples of his music, and work by close friends.  Opening 5 December 2015, the exhibition runs until 28 February 2016.

Melbourne now: National Gallery of Victoria

Posted 27/11/2013

The following artists are included in the National Gallery of Victoria's exhibition 'Melbourne Now,' open 22 November 2013 - 23 March 2014.

Christian Capurro, Elizabeth Gower, Stuart Ringholt: Cut With the Kitchen Knife

Posted 12/04/2013

Christian Capurro, Elizabeth Gower, and Stuart Ringholt are showing in the touring exhibition Cut With the Kitchen Kife, organised by NETS Victoria.

More information: http://netsvictoria.org.au/cut-with-the-kitchen-knife/

LESS IS MORE

Posted 08/08/2012

Ian Burn, Elizabeth Gower, Robert Hunter, Tim Johnson, Peter Kennedy and Nigel Lendon are exhibited in Less is More at the Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne. The exhibition surveys minimal and post-minimal art in Australia.

More information: http://www.heide.com.au/#/exhibitions/current/exhibition/less-is-more/edate/2012-08-03/eid/133

Christian Capurro, Elizabeth Gower and Stuart Ringholt: Cut with the Kitchen Knife

Posted 19/04/2012

Christian Capurro, Elizabeth Gower and Stuart Ringholt' work all feature in Cut with the Kitchen Knife. Current touring with Nets Victoria, Cut with the kitchen knife surveys the current manifestations of collage in contemporary art; a movement which takes as its starting point the absurdist collages arising from the highly influential Dadaist movement of the early twentieth century.

Madonna Staunton & Elizabeth Gower @ MUMA

Posted 05/10/2011

Works by Madonna Staunton and Elizabeth Gower will be on display as part of an upcoming exhibition at Monash University Museum of Art. Featuring works from the University collection,  Black elastic, two umbrellas, a mint leaf and wheels demonstrates artists' ongoing experimentation in medium and meaning.

STiCK iT!: Collage in Australian Art @ Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia

Posted 15/04/2010

From 20 March to 29 August 2010, the Ian Potter Centre of NGV, Australia has made an exhibition which examines the use of collage by several Australian artists, including: Vivienne Binns, Elizabeth Gower, Gareth Sansom, Madonna Staunton, and many more. Read more here: http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/stickit/

Cubism & Australian Art @ Heide Museum of Modern Art

Posted 13/02/2010

The Heide Museum of Modern Art is hosting the show: Cubism & Australian Art, featuring many artists including Ian Burn, Gordon Bennett, Eugene Carchesio, Liz Gower, Gemma Smith and Madonna Staunton. The show is curated by Sue Cramer and Lesley Harding and is on from November 24 - April 8, 2010. Read more here: http://www.heide.com.au/Exhibitions/Cubism_Australian_Art