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Erica McGilchrist, The Abandoned (Kew Mental Hospital), 1954, oil on board, 92 x 69 cm, CCWA 974. Cruthers Collection of Women's Art, The University of Western Australia. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program by Phillip Boulten. © courtesy the artist’s estate.
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Ep 16: Salvation Rainbow with Benjamin Bannan and Brent Harrison
Published on 30 November 2020
Find out more about artist Benjamin Bannan's new work Salvation Rainbow, currently on show in HERE&NOW20: Perfectly Queer, in this conversation with Bannan and HERE&NOW20 curator Brent Harrison.
HERE&NOW20: Perfectly Queer focuses on the practice of queer artists in Western Australia and examines how artists draw on histories and their own lived experiences to create artworks that reflect on what it means to be queer. In addition to Bannan's Salvation Rainbow, it features artwork by Nathan Beard, Janet Carter, Lill Colgan, Jo Darbyshire, Brontë Jones, Andrew Nicholls and Colin Smith.
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