SOUTH AUSTRALIA – TAASA Review June 2016
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More Ink than Ocean: The art of writing in Islam Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide until 20 July 2016 Presenting the rich heritage of Islamic calligraphy in the art of the Middle East, South Asia and Southeast Asia, the exhibition reveals the diversity of ceramics, textiles, metalware and illuminated manuscripts used by Islamic artists over the ages as media for calligraphy.
For further information go to: www.artgallery.sa.gov.au/agsa/ home/Exhibitions/NowShowing/ MoreInkThanOcean Camel rider and camel, 742, earthenware with pigment camel.
Shaanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology Eko Nugroho – Lot lost Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney 25 June 2016 2017 Working across drawing, painting, sculpture, animation and embroidery, Indonesian artist Eko Nugroho draws inspiration from Javanese traditions such as wayang theatre and batik, as well as street art, science fiction, comic books and other forms of popular culture...