WHAT’S ON: DECEMBER 2022 – FEBRUARY 2023 – TAASA Review December 2022
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This article was originally found in the December 2022 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 31, Issue 4, Page 29).
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NSW Elemental and Correspondence Art Gallery of NSW ongoing In the lower gallery, the exhibition Elemental investigates the natural elements of earth, water and fire, to which some traditions add wood, metal, void, and wind or air.
The works on display illuminate our understanding of each of these elemental groupings, and the vital connections between them. On the ground level, Correspondence highlights the role of contact, contestation and exchange across geographical and cultural boundaries, revealing connections between people and places which at times result in tension and unrest.
See pp4 -7 in this issue. Charkha and Kargha 13 August 2022 – 15 January 2023 Powerhouse Museum Taking its title from Charkha (spinning wheel) and Kargha (loom), the exhibition features over 100 rare Indian textile items that date back to the foundational collections of the Powerhouse acquired since the 1880s...