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  • L-R: Maxxi Minaxi May, Deconstructing beauty, 2003, plastic dolls, paint, foamcore and wood, 105 x 21 x 5.7 cm, Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, The University of Western Australia. Copyright and courtesy of the artist. Glenys Hodgeman         
Death is never out of style, 2000                              
cotton embroidery on paper burial shroud, 194 x 157 cm
  © courtesy of the artist.
Lilla Lowe, Apples and apple blossoms, 1896, oil on cedar panel, 90 x 26.5 cm, Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, The University of Western Australia.  Three artworks appear alongside one another. On the far left is a shelving unit - each shelf contains plastic doll body parts, sorted by type. In the middle is A piece of white fabric with various human organs embroidered in red thread, as well as the words Le mort est jamais se demode. On the right is an oil painting of apples and blossoms on cedar wood. Getting to the heart of matter
    Reviews

    Getting to the heart of matter

    17 September 2021

    There’s a matter that deserves your attention at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, says Jaimi Wright.

    Reading time • 5 minutesVisual Art
  • TextaQueen, Me (Arlene TextaQueen), 2001, fibre tipped pen on cotton paper, 100 x 70 cm, Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, The University of Western Australia. The collection includes work by women and non-binary artists. © the artist. A detail from a picture of a woman of colour with flaming red hair, against a background of textas. The work is drawn in texta and has been cropped so that it is a head and shoulder shot. Paper Cut draws blood
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    Paper Cut draws blood

    17 March 2021

    Against the backdrop of rallies for an end to violence against women, the agitation for change in Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery’s ‘Paper Cut’ is at once historical and timely, finds Belinda Hermawan.

    Reading time • 6 minutesVisual Art
  • A lady smiles at the computer, alongside is another image of a computer screen during a zoom call Curator Lee Kinsella reveals a visual arts treasure trove
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    Curator Lee Kinsella reveals a visual arts treasure trove

    13 November 2020

    Australia’s largest collection of women’s art is now available online. In the second podcast from the winter season of the Seesaw Lounge, curator Lee Kinsella takes us through some of her favourite works.

    Reading time • 3 minutesVisual Art
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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio