The technique of Japanese woodblock printing, moku hanga, is identified most closely with the genre of art Ukiyo-e, which is commonly translated as ‘pictures of the floating world’.
View Ukiyo-e prints from the Berndt Museum collection at the exhibition running from 8 February until 28 June 2014.
The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery hosts a range of performances, artist talks, lectures, curating forums, symposia, conferences and workshops.
Most events are free to attend.
Shadow Land is a survey exhibition of Anne Ferran’s most significant projects and series, spanning more than 30 years.
Detail: Scene II 1986 from Scenes on the Death of Nature, Gelatin silver photograph, 122 x 144cm. Courtesy of Stills Gallery, Sydney / Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.
Anne Ferran: Shadow Land, the accompanying title to the current exhibition, features a selection of her most significant projects and series spanning over 30 years with text by Professors Susan Best and Thierry de Duve.
The Gallery presents an innovative program of exhibitions, featuring the University's art collection, contemporary art and touring shows. All exhibitions are supported by an engaging public program that includes artist talks, seminars, tours, symposia and conferences. Open: Tues - Sat, 11am - 5pm.