ARCHETYPES 21 July – 8 September 2023 Korean Cultural Centre, Sydney – TAASA Review September 2023


This article was originally found in the September 2023 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 32, Issue 3, Page 30).

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In partnership with the National Academy of Arts, Republic of Korea, the exhibition highlights a rich range of Korean contemporary art by 22 pioneering Korean Takahiro Iwasaki creates intricately detailed models that reinterpret iconic historical buildings and contemporary Japanese cityscapes and the reflections they cast around them.

This is the largest work in the Reflection model series, commissioned by the NGV in 2014, which takes as its subject the Shinto shrine of Itsukushima, located on Miyajima Island in Japan’s Inland Sea. Australian Muslim Artists 16 August – 12 November 2023 Islamic Museum of Australia Showcasing some of the very best creative talent from across Australia. The Memory Palace: Cyrus Tang 26 July – 21 October 2023 Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn A major exhibition featuring highlights from Cyrus Tang’s multidisciplinary art practice which works fluidly across sculpture, photography, video and installation. Features recent works by the Seoul and Berlin-based artist that explore interconnectivity and movement.

Haegue Yang’s immersive multimedia environments combine diverse materials and cultural traditions with references ranging from science and art history to political events. ...