SOUTH AUSTRALIA – TAASA Review September 2022
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This article was originally found in the September 2022 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 31, Issue 3, Page 30).
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Pure Form: Japanese sculptural ceramics 21 May – 6 Nov 2022 AGSA Reveals the innovative richness and diversity of sculptural ceramics created in Japan from the 1950s to the present when avantgarde ceramicists jettisoned the tradition of functionality and minimalism familiar in Japanese ceramic objects. OzAsia Festival, Adelaide 20 October – 6 November 2022 Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival proudly presents three weeks of contemporary Asian and Asian Australian performance, art, literature, cuisine, and culture.
This year’s program features more than 500 community, national and international artists from more than 8 countries, and includes 10 world premieres, one Australian premiere and seven Adelaide premieres, across 50 ticketed and free events and exhibitions. QUEENSLAND Chiharu Shiota: The Soul Trembles 18 June – 3 October 2022 GOMA Highlights 25 years of Chiharu Shiota’s artistic practice and is the largest solo exhibition of the artist’s work to date.
It is curated by Mami Kataoka, Director of Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, renowned internationally for her transformative, largescale installations constructed from millions of fine threads that cluster in space or form complex webs that spill from wall to floor to ceiling. ...